Website to watch TV on iphone


ss957916

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Jun 17, 2009
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This is so fantastically illegal.

I hope you have a good lawyer (and several million dollars in the bank).
 
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holy shhniikkeezzz that is cool.. like Pirate TV!! are you in a boat off the coast of Grand Cayman? LOL
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so what's the over/under on hours of it getting a forced shutdown? I hope for us it never does.... pretty cool... these are some shows i've been wanting while working out!! i'm on wifi right now but will this work on 3g? it sucks that we can't do this legally on our iPhones i'd pay for this type of "app" ..... maybe if we keep this quiet Mom & Dad (at&t) won't find out ....LOL

thanks a lot!! :D

EDIT: keep us posted on the new site when this one gets taken down...LOL :D
 

troyhouse

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Jan 3, 2010
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how do i watch it on iphone, just goto the site and will it play? i tried and its stuck on "please wait few minutes for the movie to load"
 

ss957916

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Jun 17, 2009
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No its not
Hmm. When a broadcaster transmits something (whether recorded or live) they put it 'on air'. When you watch it on your TV the signal is coming off the air (hence the phrase 'off-air'). That's why an off-air feed and a live feed (in the way you mean) are exactly the same thing. As someone who has worked for the BBC for eleven years, you can trust me on this one.
 
Just wanted to post my website that I made to watch TV shows and movies on your iphone. The page is updated everyday.

http://iphone.skinns.ca

make sure you keep us updated on the black helicopters flying over your boat! keep in touch with the forum, i'll be interested to see how this heats up..... great site!!

kind of reminds me of a late 80's movie "pump up the volume"......
 

auero

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Sep 15, 2006
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Regardless he's not hosting the files so they can't do anything. They can just remove the links.
 

Joe23

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Sep 14, 2007
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Hmm. When a broadcaster transmits something (whether recorded or live) they put it 'on air'. When you watch it on your TV the signal is coming off the air (hence the phrase 'off-air'). That's why an off-air feed and a live feed (in the way you mean) are exactly the same thing. As someone who has worked for the BBC for eleven years, you can trust me on this one.
"The website has been confirmed as being lawful by prominent copyright experts Hamlins LLP of London and Robert Engleheart QC of Blackstone Chambers. Broadcasters have further participated in assessing the website prior to launch, and have been reported as having identified no legal cause to oppose the service." - Wikipedia

It's a legal service, providing you have a valid TV licence.
 

Looon

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Jul 10, 2009
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This is so fantastically illegal.

I hope you have a good lawyer (and several million dollars in the bank).
lol srs business. He's not gonna get in any trouble calm yourself down. The worst that can happen is they'll ask him to remove the site.