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    Whats up science fiction fans? I thought you guys might enjoy this link. Its a science fiction fan film website with a streaming client broadcasting various science fiction fan films. The name of the web site is SciFan TV .

    SciFanTV broadcasts a range of independent / fan produced science fiction films, including: Star Trek Hidden Frontier, Starship Exeter, Ryan K. Johnson's MST3K and Dr. Who films, and a number of others. SciFan TV also has a discussion board. The discussion board is reletivly inactive, but all are welcome to comment, discuss, suggest, etc...

    Sci-Fan TV is a small "online TV network" showcasing fan-produced fiction. This online network is completely commercial-free and run as a non-profit. "Sci-Fan TV" is incorporated as a Louisiana Not-for-Profit with a web site at www.SciFanTV.com . It is sponsored by Mike O'Neal (www.MikeOneal.com), a science fiction fan, who enjoys fan-produced fiction. The SciFanTV service is offered completely free of charge with no banner ads or advertising of any kind.

    PS. If anyone has any ideas of possible content to be added to SciFan TV please contact me. We are looking to make this website grow in both viewers and content for everyones enjoyment.

    hbourgeois@nft-tv.com


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    I don't have and probably never will want cable TV so I'll never be able to view this. Perhaps one day they will put it on regular TV for the other 65 percent of the public to view it.


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    Uhh.
    Cosmic.
    Methinks it's an online tv site.
    In other words, it streams the video to your media player on your computer.
    Heh.
    You don't have cable tv.
    That's some funny shiznit.

    By the way, what are you going to do when even network broadcast goes over to the digital standard?
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    I guess I will just stop watching the TV.

    I really don't watch it that much now for it's mostly trash and advertising all day and night. The news is on almost one fourth of the time also and I really can't stand watching the news for they are so biased for the most part it makes me angry. The shows that are on, yes from time to time I do watch them , aren't very well acted or written. Ocassionally a series comes along that is well done but those types of series are to few and far between.

    For the most part everything on TV has already been done before and all I ever see are just clones of the old shows done far worse that one can imagine. I'm not going to watch TV on my PC for that would be basically watching TV regularly just on a different device. I'll just read, work on the PC and go outdoors like I do now to enjoy life, not sit around and watch TV that dulls ones senses for the most part.
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    We do not have TV. That is to say, we have a television, but no cable or satellite or whatever connection for it. We rent movies every now and again.

    I do not miss TV, however sometimes, when I am really bored I would like to hang in front of the stupid tv screen with my brain on non active because I have nothing better to do.

    It is as you say, cosmictraveler, there is nothing new on TV. In general it is a waste of time....time in which you can do better things which are more fun and mind cahllenging.

    The few TV-series that are maybe worth watching, you can get in another way and then watch them without the everlasting and interruptings ads.

    Many good SciFi movies in the video rental stores, so we get our fair share of them too.

    Watched one last night, that was kinda strange, called "Immortal". Weird movie. Not particularly good, just kinda unusual.
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