A new Spreety.com video gives tips on how to maximize the online viewing of PBS TV online.
Los Angeles, CA (TransWorldNews) July 29, 2009 -
The founders of Spreety TV Online gave up TV in 2007. Since then, they have watched TV anytime, anywhere via the Internet.
Among the many online TV choices, PBS offers an extensive library of current and classic TV shows online for free. So, Spreety put together a new video to highlight the top tips and tricks for maximizing the PBS online viewing experience.
The PBS TV shows online are American Experience, American Masters, Antiques Roadshow, Art:21, The Ascent of Money, Bill Moyers Journal, Blueprint America, Carrier, CEO Exchange, e2, Empires, Expose, Frontline, Frontline/World, Great Performances, History Detectives, Independent Lens, Julia Child Lessons with Master Chefs, Made in Spain, Masterpiece Mystery!, Nature, The NewsHour, Nightly Business Report, NOVA, NOVA scienceNOW, NOW, P.O.V., Religion & Ethics Newsweekly, Scientific American Frontiers, Tavis Smiley, This Old House, Time Team America, Washington Week, Wide Angle, and WIRED Science. Additionally, there are clips and previews for The War and The National Parks.
"If people just knew how much TV is online, there would be mass abandonment of the old TV", according to Spreety co-founder Ron Laughton. "We created Spreety to educate people about the legal places to watch free TV online."
The Spreety video is on YouTube titled "PBS TV Online".
If you would like to learn more about free TV online, please visit Spreety TV Online at the http://Spreety.com site.