Often not everyone has the ability to connect to cable TV or even buy a TV to watch their favorite Russian and international channels. In this case, you can use your regular internet connection.
- - computer;
- - access to the Internet.
Install the Google Chrome browser as it is much faster than other similar apps. This will speed up the video stream, as well as avoid various problems that arise when opening sites.
Go to the website of one of the country's main TV channels - 1tv.ru. It is an extensive broadcasting network. This resource broadcasts live, and also has replays and recordings of the most important events in Russia and abroad. In addition, for convenience, each subsection of the site has different options that might grab your attention. Choose what suits you and look for your pleasure.
Set up the online broadcasting of the Russia channel - the second most important channel in the country. You can watch the live stream at takoekino.com/Rossiya.html. The disadvantage of this resource is the inability to view replays of programs, only live broadcasts are shown here. However, the picture and sound quality is quite high here, and there are no problems with speed.
Connect to the broadcasting network of the First Independent Channel (NTV) on ntv.ru. The official website of the channel, in addition to the live broadcast of programs, offers viewers reruns, announcements and discussions of all the programs shown. All this will help you quickly find what is on the channel now or will be shown in the near future.
Follow international and Russian competitions in the world of sports on the unofficial website of the Russia 2 TV channel: seelisten.narod.ru /Rossiya_Sport.html. This resource shows broadcasts with good picture and sound, but there are no replays and program guide. All competitions can only be watched live.
Listen to music and find out the latest news of show business on the website of the Muz-TV channel. It is enough to enter tvfy.ru/blog/muz_tv_onlajn/2011-04-21-339 in the browser and enjoy watching. Unfortunately, this resource also does not have a program guide, but it has quite acceptable picture and sound quality.