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Old 02-19-2013, 15:23   #9
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Originally Posted by HerrGlock View Post
It takes a different way of thinking but most of the broadcast stations have streaming media on their pages.

I've got a Mac Mini connected to my home theater and that into the big TV as a monitor. CBS, ABC, NBC, ESPN, available for college football games, in any case. I've never much cared about other stuff really.

Another thing to consider is a Roku. Hulu, Netflix, SECOndemand (yeah, did I mention I like college football?) are all available as channels and you can watch a goodly chunk of programming on one of those or the other.
Pretty much totally agree. If it were just me, cable would be gone, and I'd just go Hulu and maybe Netflix.
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