NBC, TBS, TNT iPad apps stream full-length shows for free

By Shawn Knight
Sep 13, 2011
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  1. NBC, TBS and TNT have all recently updated or released new iPad apps that allow users to watch full-length episodes of the majority of shows that each network offers. The updated…

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  2. treetops

    treetops TS Evangelist Posts: 1,937   +157

    When will cable companies offer a service comparable to the prices paid? They need to offer all there shows all the time and throw out tivo. Netflex and redbox are the only companies giving them competition and there prices are surprisingly fair.

    Netflix should make a program using bluetooth with your computer and live streaming where you can "change" channels on your computer with a "remote". Even open new tabs so you can watch\load several programs at once. They could have a list of channels prestreamed for speed, like say via a device connected to the back of your computer or tv. It could also just download in the back ground when your computer is running. Personally selected movies would download as they do now. You could allocate how much bandwidth the prescreaming can use.
  3. jetkami

    jetkami TS Rookie Posts: 99

    "A cable or satellite account is also required for full access"...its not free. America needs less TV and more reading if we are EVER going to produce great minds again.
  4. Why are there only 5 episodes of Bones available for the TNT iPad app?
  5. treetops

    treetops TS Evangelist Posts: 1,937   +157

    Hope u didnt get stuck with a year contract :)
  6. No sound for either TBS or TNT app. Any ideas?
  7. I also have sound issues with the TBS app. The brief 15 second commercials play just fine, but once the show starts (I have tried different episodes of the Big Bang Theory) there is no sound. Has this been fixed?

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