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September 23, 2007

Watch Internet TV With Moowee.tv Via Your Nintendo Wii

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For all of you Nintendo Wii owners, you may find this interesting. For those in the market to buy one, this may be some added incentive.

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Moowee.tv allows you to view internet television on your TV via your Nintendo Wii. Their web page FAQ states that the "moowee.tv user interface is currently optimized for TV with Nintendo Wii remote control buttons mapped to the application". Digging further into their web page I found that not only can you view content, but you can also create your own custom station and share content with other users as well.

The service also recommends stations you may like based on your current content views using none other than tag words. The company also maintains a blog which is full of tips and tricks for users, as well as detailed explanations regarding common hook-up issues.

So what do you need to get started?

1. Nintendo Wii with one Wiimote

2. Television set (if using a plasma screen, read this)

3. Internet Broadband Connection with a minimum bandwidth of 384kbps

4. Internet Browser on the Nintendo Wii Game Console

Simple enough and if you have problems check out their FAQ.

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Posted by Justin Davey at September 23, 2007 10:30 AM

Recent Comments

I love the way you can program my own channels-all SNL parodies, for example or all Funny Cat Videos. I wish there was a better filter so I could let my 10 year old watch w/o supervision, but some pretty objectionable stuff does pop up sometimes. But I CAN create a channel for him based on his interests and let him watch that.


Posted by: Kat at September 24, 2007 3:22 PM

One of the cool features I found on Moowee is their concept of related channels which shows related videos for almost any video. For many of the videos, the related channels are right on. For some of them it does not match.


Posted by: Scotty at September 24, 2007 3:07 PM
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