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Lollapalooza live stream presented this year by YouTube

Lollapalooza live stream presented this year by YouTube

The annual Lollapalooza Music Festival is getting underway in Chicago today, but if you can't make it, you're not being left out entirely. Just like last year, YouTube will be streaming the entire event, and all you need to do to check it out is head over to YouTube's Lollapalooza channel. YouTube's coverage of the festival has already started, and will run through Sunday, August 5. Convenient, no?

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Summer Olympics 2012 opening ceremonies streaming in London

Summer Olympics 2012 opening ceremonies streaming in London

It's time to check out all the streaming live video streams we can for the kickoff of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. This is the third time that London has hosted the Olympics, with their first being all the way back in 1908 and the next just a few years after the end of World War II in 1948. Here in 2012, it's time for a party - and without a doubt the entirety of England will be in rare form throughout the events which start off tonight with an above-average strange set of characters that'll only be come apparent once the ceremony has begun - Voldemordt and Mary Poppins have been tipped.

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AMC will stream Breaking Bad season premiere to Dish subscribers

AMC will stream Breaking Bad season premiere to Dish subscribers

With the memory of Dish Network dropping AMC at the end of June undoubtedly still fresh in their minds, Breaking Bad fans are probably getting a little anxious. The season premiere of the fifth and final season of the critically-acclaimed show is quickly approaching, and up until just a little while ago, it looked like Dish Network subscribers were going to be left out in the cold. Thankfully, that's no longer the case, as AMC has decided to help fans of the show out by streaming the premiere over the internet.

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Bonnaroo 2012 livecast hits YouTube

Bonnaroo 2012 livecast hits YouTube

This year at one of the largest and most jangly of music festivals you'll see a few cameras here and there run by no less than Google as the entirety of the event will be shown live via YouTube! This event takes place from June 8th until the 10th and the entire schedule can be seen right here in the post you're now in. This event has for several years featured acts such as Phish, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Ben Folds Five, this year starting off the festivities with none other than Ben displaying a BlackBerry device showing him teasing the event last year - for this year.

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iPad, iPhone TV streamer can now record TV

iPad, iPhone TV streamer can now record TV

Hauppauge Digital's Broadway live TV streamer for the iPad and iPhone can now record TV programs. The Broadway stand-alone box allows live TV to be watched on Apple devices in the home via a WiFi connection or anywhere in the world through an Internet connection.

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Livestream debuts Broadcaster, affordable HD live streaming hardware

Livestream debuts Broadcaster, affordable HD live streaming hardware

Livestream, the current leader in live streaming services, is shaking things up by introducing an industry-first affordable portable HD video encoder and uploader called the Broadcaster. This device will work with the company's New Livestream service to bring an unlimited ad-free HD broadcasting solution to the masses. With the Broadcaster, live video coverage of events would only require a camera and an internet connection.

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YouTube to power live streaming Olympics coverage for NBC

YouTube to power live streaming Olympics coverage for NBC

More than 3,000 hours of live streaming footage from the Olympics will be broadcast online, making it the most live content, by far, ever to be broadcast from the global competition. In case you were wondering, yes, that equates to every single event during the entire Olympic period will be available to Web surfers in the US. This is the first time that has happened.

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CBS, Turner add fee to mobile March Madness viewing

CBS, Turner add fee to mobile March Madness viewing

Last year was pretty cool for basketball fans. Even if you weren't home, you could still tune into all the great March Madness action on CBSSports.com from your laptop or mobile device. This year, though, that same access will cost you $3.99. It's not a huge sum of money, but it is a big difference from being free. However, live streaming from a computer will still be available free of charge. This all applies to games that are broadcast on CBS.

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Patriots quarterback Tom Brady admits he illegally streamed Super Bowl last year

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady admits he illegally streamed Super Bowl last year

At Super Bowl XLVI, Tom Brady will pretty much have the best seat in the house. But last year was a bit different - he was in Costa Rica and couldn't exactly tune in to watch the game on TV. So he did what any good football fan would have done. He watched it on an illegal Super Bowl website. For shame, Tom. For shame. And I'm not just saying that because I'm a Giants fan.

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AOL’s Huffington Post to enter streaming video territory

AOL’s Huffington Post to enter streaming video territory

The Huffington Post, which has blossomed into one of the biggest online news networks in the world, is planning to enter a space it hasn't really delved into before - live streaming video. The site will essentially become a competitor not only to online news outlets but to the 24/7 cable news networks as well. At least, that is the goal. The site plans to offer 12 hours of original programming every day.

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