Announces Brand New Service

United States, (PressExposure) February 11, 2009 -- announced this week that it is now easier than ever to watch television, absolutely free, right from your computer. As the economy worsens, many Americans are finding it necessary to do without television in an attempt to save money on expensive cable and satellite bills.

Now, thanks to, consumers can get the best of both world. Users of the service can access any channel, completely free, right from their computer. Add in a special converter box, and it's even viewable right on television. The service offers seamless integration, high quality images and unparalleled reliability.

The founder of the company stated, "We understand how difficult it has become for many to enjoy the simple pleasure of television after a long day at work. believes that everyone has the right to watch television, free of charge, and not miss a single thing."

Once a consumer signs up with, it's a simple process to begin accessing their favorite channels, from anywhere in the world. Unlike many other services, isn't bogged down by bad transfer rates, or poor quality images. In fact, many consumers find that they no longer need to pay high cable or satellite fees once they've tried the service.

The founder added, "We are proud to be able to free up the airwaves to all consumers and look forward to providing this service for many years to come. It's never been easier to watch what you want, when you want it, and not have to pay a dime."

About the Company: was founded under the principle that consumers have the right to free television. As satellite and cable bills increase, consumers are turning to the service in droves in an attempt to save money. Known for their reliability and high quality, has grown into one of the leading providers of free television service online.


Cary Stuart
United States was founded under the principle that consumers have the right to free television.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 11, 2009 at 1:40 am
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