TV streaming service provider Aereo
updated their service to allows the ability to tune in by using a web browser.
The day has finally come – Aereo is available on additional browsers and personal computers! That’s right, after months of hard work, our engineers have enabled Aereo access on an array of new browsers. Now, you can use Aereo in more places and on more devices – at home, at work or on the go – to watch live broadcast TV online.
Which browsers and devices?
We’ve engineered our own way to bring Aereo access to more browsers, including: Google Chrome, Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Safari and Opera.
Even better, Aereo is now compatible with these browsers on Mac and Windows personal computers, providing consumers with with even more choice on how and where they use Aereo.
What channels can you watch?
[/QUOTE]In New York City, there are currently 29 broadcast channels available over-the-air, including major networks such as WABC, WNBC, WCBS, WNYW-FOX, WPIX-11, WNET-PBS, and PBS Kids, special interest channels such as NYC-GOV, NYC-LIFE, Ion and Qubo, Spanish-language broadcast channels such as MundoFox, Telemundo, Azteca, Telefutura, Univision, and other foreign language channels such as Sinovision, NTDTV and CGN-TV. For more information see this full list of channels.[/QUOTE]