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FreetuxTV Lets You Watch and Record Live TV Shows on Linux

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FreetuxTV is a TV player for Linux that lets you watch free Web TV Channels and listen to Radio. The application that runs on VLC backend comes with lots of pre-added channels for many languages.

A look at it features:

* Play Live TV and Radio Channels
* French ISP: Free, SFR, Orange, Alice, Bouygues (Paid Channels)
* Web TV: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and more (Lots of Free Channels)
* Web Radio: English, French, German and more (Free)
* Free Channels available to all. No need to subscribe to paid channels
* Play in full screen mode and mini mode

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