WhereverTV: Media Streaming For Foreign TV Junkies
If you're big into foreign programming, WhereverTV, sold by a company of the same name and repurposed from Neuros' OSD will probably be right up your alley. The new receiver and service announced at the SINO Consumer Electronics Show today allows users access to hundreds of live television channels in more than 40 languages from 100 countries around the world with no activation fees or recurring service charges. The WhereverTV receiver delivers programming from the internet directly to the TV without the need for a direct PC connection, simply hooking up to your router. Controlled via remote, WhateverTV uses a Global Interactive Program Guide to manage international internet TV content in an easy-to-use right on the TV screen. WhereverTV is available from Amazon or the company's website for $199.99.
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Posted by Justin Davey at July 9, 2008 5:06 PM
One other correction requested to your article.
In the TITLE, you list our name as "WhateverTV", as well as in the last sentence of the article.
The correct name is "WhereverTV". If possible, please make these corrections to the artcile.