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There seems to be an increasing number of TV sites these days such as atdhe.net and others. I was wondering if these were legal sites or what the deal is with them. Thanks.
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There are a few popular legal T.V. sites. i.e. Hulu, Fancast. I would imagine there are illegal sites out there, none of which I would trust or ever recommend. Advertising usually is how these legitimate sites make money, so if there is a site you are going to that is free, but doesn't have "big name" advertising, or especially any advertising whatsoever, then I'd be weary. Nothing is actually FREE... ya know?

Sited from Hulu.com FAQ

Advertisements continue to make Hulu a free service to our users.


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i believe Sidereel is legit. it doesnt host the videos though. it links to some pretty sketchy websites that i wouldnt trust. It also links to all the good legit ones. Itunes hulu amazon.

Edited by brisingr, 04 March 2010 - 08:02 AM.

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A popular one seems to be "justin.tv" as far as i know it is legal.
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justin.tv is a lifecasting website :) ITs interesting but not really "tv".

Best bet is Hulu or many networks have their shows available for a certain amount of time after first broadcast.
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