Find Internet TV is the Internet TV Directory.
Find Internet TV is a growing one-stop-shop for locating sites broadcasting video online by providing a feature-rich directory and program Listings for live content. Unlike other sites that search and show video clips on their site, Find Internet TV finds, categorizes, tags, and lists sites that show live and on-demand video. One may be able to find a 2 minute clip of Desperate Housewives or a NFL highlight on a video aggregating website, but they won’t know where to watch it live or in full length and miss out on the special features broadcasting sites provide.
The Find Internet TV directory includes sites broadcasting from all over the world, in different languages, and in different time zones. Sites listed in our directory range from large media networks such as ESPN, Discovery, NBC to user-generated video blogs such as Lost in Baghdad, HotRoast, and Wallstrip to niche sites such as CurlTV, VeggieVision, and DrinksTV.
Sites are categorized by country, category, stream type and language. Users can select from these to browse through the index or search by keywords, last added, highest rated, or most viewed.
Users can save their sites to a favorites list, see what other members are watching, rate and comment on sites.
To compliment our directory of sites, Find Internet TV’s program Listings and calendar of live events keeps users informed of what’s showing online such as concerts and sports tournaments. Users have the ability to jump hour-by-hour through the grid or to specific dates and times. To provide the best end-user experience, the site automatically adjusts all program runtimes to match the viewer’s time zone.
Content providers will benefit from the directory and program Listings through increased visibility of their programming. Users that click to view the programming are sent directly to the content provider’s Web site and, in many cases, to the video landing page. Content providers who offer live programming can easily maintain their listing by authorized representatives via a backend application.
Last updated 15 Mar 2010