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    Can anyone recommend an internet TV service. I stopped my cable - too much junk. I'm basically interested in news (Fox, CNBC, etc), sports, the religious channels, and my local channels. The promo's I see say get 3000 or 10000 channels, but I don't know what they are. Any help is appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunter Viktor View Post
    Can anyone recommend an internet TV service. I stopped my cable - too much junk. I'm basically interested in news (Fox, CNBC, etc), sports, the religious channels, and my local channels. The promo's I see say get 3000 or 10000 channels, but I don't know what they are. Any help is appreciated.
    Gunter,
    Hello.... I have used "HULU" http://www.mahalo.com/hulu-com and they have many things to explore.Also you can explore "Fox" as well. http://www.foxnews.com/ Regards Fred
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    Thanks Fred. I didn't find current news on Hulu, but there's so much I might have missed it. And the fox website only gives me snippets, not always current unless I'm missing something.

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    I just looked at Fox News, it showed that Hannity is on now, so clicked on that. I a now watching the Hannity Show on my computer. It appears to be real time, it also appears to be the full show.
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