So I used to have a DVR provided to me by my cable company, which we called our
Then I started taking a closer look at my monthly cable bill. Between equipment rental and the fee I paid each month for the service, my fake
In an effort to trim my cable bill, which I eventually did…from $130 a month to about $85 per month…I lost the fake
That’s when I discovered that most of the major broadcast networks made full episodes of their most popular shows available for viewing online…for free! Now, when I miss an episode of “Bionic Woman”, I can just go to the NBC web site and watch it anytime I want. You can find a page with all of the network links here: http://streamingtvepisodes.com/
If you are a sports fan, you can even watch some games online. The NCAA March Madness games are streamed live online for free, and you can catch live audio streams of major league baseball games online, too…as well as recorded video, although there is a $9.95 charge for that service, but it’s still cheaper than
There are now some computer programs and hardware you can purchase (rather inexpensively) to turn your home computer into a DVR…with no monthly charges. You can find a description of two different programs here: http://www.pcworld.com/article/id,126104-page,1/article.html
For now, I’ll pick up the free video streams on the network web sites. After all, it doesn’t get much better than free!