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  1. teacherca59

    teacherca59 New Member

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    Is there a way to watch BBC and such via proxy here in the USA?
     
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    CatfishRivers Well-Known Member

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    You can watch BBC1 and BBC2 from this site in the USA:

    MyPremium.TV
     
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    sparkyscott21 Moderator Staff Member

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    I tried watching that site a couple hours ago, Dragons Den was on...

    The connection with that particular site, kept kicking me off of it
    for some reason or other..

    TVNutters.com worked much better, but it wasn't much better though..
    I am not sure if it works on the Revue though, cuz, I just " worked " around it on my Mac..
     
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    I need some more like these that don't kick or buffer constantly. I'm looking for stuff like vettle.com
    British or just good tv.
     
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    sparkyscott21 Moderator Staff Member

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    Here's a channel I watch very often...


    http://realitytvfan.org/

    Has a lot of over sea reality shows, like big brother, apprentice, biggest loser, from
    places like, Aus. U.K., so on and so forth..

     
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    AcornTV has good quality British TV series available in the USA. Some are free - but to see all of them they require a paid subscription. It's only $24.99 for a full year - and that would also give you free shipping if you order anything through their online store. Also I suggest you look at the "Project Free TV" thread on this forum. Here's the link for Acorn TV:

    http://acornonline.com/acorntv.aspx?
     
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    Any links for ITV, Channel Four, etc?
     
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    sparkyscott21 Moderator Staff Member

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    I haven't got an update as of yet, cuz I am using a Revue.. No way in there to get it..

    Now the Sony, I don't know as of yet, as I have not seen anything with their units being able to " Have a work around " in their systems, i.e. ip addy address...
    I would think they can, might want to ask one of those guys out in the other part of the forum if their units can do a get around the address format..
     
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    I can't get the TVNUTTERS site to work on the Google TV as it requires a VPN for an English IP. Got it to work on my laptop, nearly working on my Touchpad, but no luck on the Google TV (Sony). By the way it offers a lot of British channels 5 BBCs and 4 ITVs.
     
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    If you go to: RealityTVFan.orgThey work for a bunch of justin, and tvnutters and I believe there is 2 more in that specific group as well...
     

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