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Watch Thousands Of Free Channels Online – TVmad

Last updated on 23/09/2010 by | Short URL: http://hbb.me/Y7vTCa

Want to watch thousands of free channels online? That too completely free and no ads? I can’t say a better place than TVmad.

TVmad is a platform for socially active people who enjoy what the world of televison and broadcasting has to offer. They take watching TV to the next level. It works like any other P2P system — the more people watching the better and faster stream.


TVmad has something to offer for everyone. If you doubt it then feel free to browse their site and they guarantee that you’ll find a channel that suits your interests best.

Their mission is to bring you together with people across the globe so you can have fun watching TV while chatting away and making new friends.

What You Can Do With TVmad?

  • Watch thousands of free channels online shared by people around the world.
  • Connect easily through Facebook, Google or Twitter to enjoy a shared TV experience with your friends.
  • Stream your videos, games & events. Launching your own TV channel has never been easier!

How To Broadcast?

Broadcasting in TVmad is quick and simple. Just 3 clicks to broadcast a channel.

You have two options to broadcast.

#1 – Simple broadcasting

#2 – Advanced broadcasting

If you want to broadcast using #1, then create a channel name and choose an appropriate category, that’s all.

If you want to try #2, then choose from different sources: broadcast your webcam, stream a video file from your harddrive, share your desktop screen or an online url stream, embed a stream to your own website or stream from a TVcard or another device.

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On September 17, 2010 by in Websites | Short Link: http://hbb.me/Y7vTCa  

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16 Opinions on “Watch Thousands Of Free Channels Online – TVmad

  1. awesome :) love this post

  2. Thanks Pradeep,

    Great to be able to watch Sky News live online & plenty of other good channels already there. Looking forward to watch this site expand.



  3. Great start…..

    i am likely to watch for this……

  4. Thanks, worth a try in Canada, since Hulu doesn’t want to work here.

  5. Thanks for the share friend!..
    Hope it grows up to be a big site…No more getting bored on weekends..

  6. I wonder if I can watch doctor who using this. But I’m going to try it

  7. Hi! I tried this a while back but when I searched for the TV show I wanted to watch even reruns, they don’t have it, too bad. :(

  8. This one is actually one a great innovation. has this technology arrived in India Yet?

  9. wordgeist says:

    this is great, specially if you can get tv for free :)

  10. Chance Rosboril says:

    A lot of users are tuning in to Digital TV on PC and guess why? That’s because there is a certain amount of benefit of using this form of media to watch your favorite channels.

  11. Are Indian TV channels available with this service?

  12. Do you have the channel list? I don’t think we can watch popular channels.

  13. Vinayak Nagri says:

    thanks for this site
    it looks really cool, I will definitely try it

  14. mike-alan says:

    not bad, looks like a solid competitor for the old tv sites

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