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Find online somewhere that will show or have a steaming broadcast of the World Series?

 

I have DirecTV and have no 'local' channels (Fox, ABC, etc.). I have been able to watch the playoffs on TBS, but if the WS is Fox-only, where can I watch (without imposing myself at a buddy's place or hang out at a super-lame bar)?

 

Subscription MLB channels are out (I'm trying to do this on the cheap).

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That sucks. Are you close enough to pick up your local FOX broadcast station using a digital antenna?

 

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That sucks. Are you close enough to pick up your local FOX broadcast station using a digital antenna?

 

Yes, I live within range, but do not own a digital converter or television antenna.

 

that sucks :( i really wish the gov. didnt do the analog to digital convert. it makes getting "free" tv so very hard

 

Brandon

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That equipment is very cheap. FOX and the other major networks carry most all of the major sports, so if you don't want to pay to subscribe to your satellite/cable provider (more expensive), this is the best option. I'd do it just to be at home to see the Rangers kick San Fran's butt in the Series. :cheers:

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Buy a cheap LCD,

you should be able to find a 25" LCD TV in the low $200's.

 

If you could stand watching a 19". you can find them under $200.

 

Or you could get a cheap 40" for $365 on Woot today:

http://www.woot.com/

 

Then a $12 antennae at radio shack should be able to pull in FOX.

 

(there's a website that tells you what channels should be available by your location, but I can't remember the address)

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It has been almost 10 years since we have had no television. No antena, no cable no nothing. I couldnt even tell you what was on. I have heard of "The Office" and "Lost" but never seen them or even know what those shows are about. I hear of "Dancing with the stars" which sounds as exciting as getting my skull drilled. :shake:

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It has been almost 10 years since we have had no television. No antena, no cable no nothing. I couldnt even tell you what was on. I have heard of "The Office" and "Lost" but never seen them or even know what those shows are about. I hear of "Dancing with the stars" which sounds as exciting as getting my skull drilled. :shake:

 

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I think ESPN will stream it on their website but you may have to be a paying member. I feel for you brother,,,,the Rangers are finally in it and you can't watch....I hear you on the bar, but I think I'd find a nice quite upscale hotel bar and watch the games there.....the sports bars get a little too loud and rowdy for my tastes.

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