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Friday, February 02, 2007

My Favorite Internet TV channels

Here are a few sources for online video that I like to watch.
  • BYU-TV - Religious programming for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  • Annenburg specials at - Tons of TV documentaries for education use. Of course, they are lots of fun for self-edification as well!
  • PBS has some video online for several of their specials. Usually, these are just supporting clips, but sometimes the whole program is available for online viewing. For example, they have a cool NOVA documentary about string theory called The Elegant Universe.
  • - with economics videos from Milton Friedman. They also have the biographical special about Friedman's life.
  • WGBH on Google - They have put a bunch of their documentaries up there, including some cool ones about the ancient world. Some of the documentaries are NOVA documentaries that don't seem to be available at above.
  • AOL In2TV has some fun old programs available online, like Gilligan's Island and the Flinstones.
  • ABC puts up full episodes of some of their popular prime-time programming. They don't stay there forever, so you have to watch them while they are around.
  • NBC Rewind features full episodes of a few of the current shows and 2 minute recaps of other recent shows.
  • Comcast Fan isn't a huge favorite, but sometimes I'll browse it for little news clips from recent events. I don't know if you have to be a Comcast subscriber to be able to see this one.
  • has recently started putting up video on their website. Only one video is there as of this writing.


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