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Author Topic: - "proxying" service ($FREE) - access region-blocked online content.  (Read 2080 times)


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Looks like it might be useful. Haven't tried it yet.
Stream video or music, whenever and wherever you want
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...Zattoo offers free (ad supported) access to quite a range of multi-language TV channels, including the popular France 2-4 live, iTV 1-4 live, BBC 1-4 live, Channel4 live and Channel5 live streams.


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I was wondering about the whole free thing... Then...

We don’t take donations because this is a fun project. It’s a great learning experience in many ways. Taking donations would make us feel obliged to run the service. People would come up and say “damn I just donated and now they dropped support for, I want my money back”. It would most definitely lessen the fun. We’re kind of our own angel investors.

Still. Sounds pretty good.
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