Posted on Monday, November 23rd, 2009 by Shachar Pessis
Clicker – Online is the environment where we pretty much live our lives today. Think about it; we shop, listen to radio, read news, send mail and do so much more by simple mouse clicks in front of the screen. Consequently, our transformation into an exclusively webby community is just a matter of time.
One exclusion to the above statement is our TV consumption. Why do we find letting go of the old school viewing medium so difficult, especially nowadays, when visual information on the Web is just as accessible, if not more so? The answer is quite simple; sites such as Hulu.com and the like offer a large variety of full episodes of your favorite TV shows, but not all. Besides, licensing and copyright issues prevent overseas users from enjoying Hulu’s service. That’s a huge bummer for those who want it all – myself included. But let’s say you are satisfied with what the Web has to offer. You still need to work your way around finding what and where to watch because TV shows are scattered around the infinite online playground. So what can you do? In a few words; Clicker is here to help.
Clicker is “the complete guide to Internet Television,” and “catalogs all broadcast programming online, along with TV-quality Web originals, from these silos and delivers them in one seamless, organized experience so you can easily discover what’s available to watch (and what isn’t) online, where to watch it, and what’s worth watching.” Stop by for a refreshing take on the old tube.