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The Revolution Will Be Downloaded

The Revolution Will Be Downloaded

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Lots of the best TV happens where you can't get to it. These work-arounds will dissolve the obstacles to offer you a world of viewing.

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1. PlayOn
It's a browser and a media server for your PC. PlayOn gathers tons of online content (programs from Bravo, the Cooking Channel, ABC, and dozens more), which you can view via Roku, PlayStation, Wii, or Xbox, and your home Wi-Fi. Some channels require a login to a provider. $20 annual fee (or $40 for a lifetime);

This no-contract-required site was designed as a simple way to give American and British expats some creature comforts while they're working or retired abroad -- namely, safe and easy access to U.S. and U.K. programs. No jailbreaking devices or tinkering with phony IP addresses required. $4.99 per month;

3. Hola
Unlock any site in the world, promises Hola. By hiding your IP address, you can skip right past the restrictions set up by national borders when it comes to content to see sites from Brazil, Canada, Japan, and many other nations. Download the service or just use the browser.; free

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