How to watch your favourite celebrities’ live shows in Australia
With all the hype surrounding live TV streaming, you may not know that there are still a few channels to watch.
And with that in mind, here are a few tips on how to watch live TV shows at home, in your car or even on your tablet: 1.
Make sure you have a cable box set-up.
In Australia, the vast majority of TV broadcasters (91%) now offer cable-like services to stream live TV content.
This includes Foxtel, Telstra and Optus.
But the vast bulk of TV is still broadcast by networks such as ABC, Seven and Fox News, and the vast vast majority is broadcast in HDTV format.
If you’re on a fixed-line connection or have an HDTV set-top box, you can stream live channels on your computer, laptop or tablet.
Watch all your favourite live TV programmes on the same day.
A good rule of thumb is to watch all your shows on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday, then move them to a different day each week for some added entertainment value.
Stream your favourite shows in HD for less.
If you’re not a TV junkie, you’ll probably have seen the likes of The X Factor, the Bachelor and the Bachelor in Paradise all live on TV.
However, if you’re a bit of a couch potato, you might find watching these shows on TV on a desktop or laptop can be a bit cumbersome.
Stream the same channel on different devices.
To stream live shows on your desktop, laptop, or tablet, you need to use the same TV tuner or DVR as you do live TV.
On a mobile phone, the best solution is to stream your favourite programmes from the Google Play Store or Hulu.
If that’s not working for you, check out the free streaming app that lets you stream live television.
Watch the same show on a different device.
With a dedicated TV tuners, like the Roku, you should be able to watch the same episode of The Bachelor on one device.
You can also watch it on the other, but it’ll take a lot longer.
If your TV tunor only has one tuner, you’re going to need to pair it with another tuner to stream all your content on a separate device.
This is where the Roku comes in handy.
You’ll be able access your favourite channels on a dedicated Roku box, so you can watch them all at the same time, or switch them to different tuners and stream them to your TV.
This makes it even easier to pick the right channel for each of your different devices, even if you use multiple devices.
If you don’t have a dedicated tuner for your TV, you could also try streaming your favourite content via the Apple TV.
You will need to download a separate app to do this, so be sure to check the AppleTV section of the Apple Store for details.
If your TV doesn’t have an Apple TV tunable, you won’t be able watch your TV programmes through the Apple app on the TV, but you will be able stream them through the Roku app.
You won’t need to have a separate Apple TV box, though, and you’ll still be able enjoy your favourite channel on a Roku.
You can also stream live programmes through your Apple TV app on a Mac or PC using the Media Player software from Apple.
Alternatively, you will need an AppleTV to stream through the Media Play Store.
You could also use a separate Roku box to stream it.
You’ll need an external display to watch a live TV show.
There are a number of free options to choose from.
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