But with the economy still being a mess, your cable fund is used for something else more essential. And that leaves you with your old antenna.
However, that doesn't have to be the case. I'm a constant traveler and there's nothing else that irritates me than crappy channels available in my hotel room. To keep myself entertained, I found the Satellite TV for PC. After trying it out, I found it really convenient.
As I was reading the sales page for the Satellite TV for PC, one claim caught my eye-it can offer me 3000 different channels from different countries worldwide.
I had to try out if it was true. And it was. I can even get channels to me by way of giving the place, like "United States" or by topic, like "sports".
It took me just a few minutes to download and install the software. The time depends on the kind of connection but if you're using broadband, I'm sure you won't have that much problem.
And the software also provides adequate description for every channel so that you know for sure what you're watching.
The appearance of the Satellite TV for PC is also very professional and it adds a touch of charm to the program. It has a slick interface that resembles a hi-fi unit.
However, the design doesn't complicate the function and you find menus, controls and buttons quite easily.
3000 channels is a lot of channels and it will take you a very long time before you could possibly find the channel that you liked with the old fashioned method of scanning for channels.
The Satellite TV for PC has created a nice option for this. You can access your favorite channels by bookmarking it and adding it to your 'favorites' list.
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