click hereI don't have a TV so therefore have no need for a TV licence. Will we have to pay a fee to use our computers if they put TV content on the Internet?The BBC already have a fair bit on the Internet so I was half expecting to read that there could be a fee charged. I hope there is an opt out choice I am not interested in TV especially on my pc.
It will be some time before the Internet is fast enough to receive television of the quality expected even on the current broadcast systems.
You would need a TV licence if, at any time, you fitted a TV card to your system; the same applies if you have/acquire a video or DVD recorder as they have a built-in TV tuner.
Yes, but if you look at internet web pages of the bbc using real player or windows media player?No tv card requiredEqually available in Canada, Mozambique, Australia
It is not a moral approach to say "I can't be found out," but if you are using BB to display TV programmes, then you are not generating a signal which can be detected by license sleuths. QED
I did get a letter and a visit from them. But they have not pestered me since.
obbitWe wish you had not mentioned this topic, some day soon a 'hat' will knock on the door with clipboard to demand a fee for PC/Broadband connection and broadcastimage receiving
they can do so on some other forum - this is thread about TV via the Internet.
Thanks Forum editor, that's what I wanted.
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