A YouTube account is only necessary to watch adult-rated content on YouTube; all other videos can be viewed without an account. However, users who register for YouTube accounts have access to many features that non-registered visitors do not. Those with existing Google accounts can use their account
To watch TV on a computer, sign up for a streaming video service, such as Netflix, Hulu Plus or Amazon Instant Video, as of 2015. Some cable and satellite services, such as Time Warner Cable, AT&T U-verse and DirecTV, allow customers to stream their channels online.
The easiest way to watch live television shows on the Internet is to visit the official website on which the show airs. The channel may offer live streaming of the show for viewers who do not have access to it on television.
Many television networks offer live television either on their own website or in partnership with other video streaming websites. It is legal to watch live television online, providing the stream is authorized by the company that owns the broadcasting copyright.
There are several options for viewing live TV online, according to Tom's Guide. Sling TV and local news sites allow viewers to watch live broadcasts. Ustream shows live TV as well as live video streams that are not available on TV.
You can connect a phone, netbook or laptop to your TV or games console to watch videos by using a pairing code. The TV must have the YouTube app installed.
There are several websites that allow individuals to watch vintage television commercials at no charge, such as BestOldCommercials.com and RetroJunk.Com. Classic commercials can also be viewed on the YouTube channel "VintageTVCommercials," which currently has more than 10,000 subscribers, as of Apri
Televisions equipped with antennas for receiving over-the-air broadcasts do not require cable to watch programs broadcast by local stations. Using a satellite dish can also allow those without cable to watch many more channels than an antenna alone. Finally, many Internet services stream TV programs
YouTube can be viewed within Israel. A TIM survey in November 2015 indicated that about 3 million Israelis visit YouTube every week. About 60 percent of YouTube visitors watch music videos, according to Google Israel. Google subsidiary YouTube is a popular, free video-sharing website.
WwiTV.com hosts a free live stream of Star TV from Turkey on its website, as of 2015. The website also hosts streams of numerous other Turkish TV channels.