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Thursday, May 31, 2007

Find Internet TV: A Channel Guide for Streaming Videos

Find Internet TV wants to be the TV Guide for live streaming Internet TV channels. It combines a catalog of over 1000 Internet TV streams with a novel TV listings page that shows you what programs are being broadcast at any hour of the day.

They're taking a classic approach to displaying the channel guide: programming is organized into a grid with TV channels at the side and times along the top. You can click the arrow buttons at the upper corners to navigate back and forth in time or use the drop-down menus.

A handy features lets you mouse-over a program to see a brief description along with a link to actually watch the live stream. You can also sort channels by categories, including entertainment, news, music, and shopping.

At the moment, the TV listings page only lists a fraction of the channels that are covered by Find Internet TV, but that should change as Internet TV channels start to mature and move toward more scheduled programming.



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