This is a roundup of free streaming audio and video resources on the Web. The advantage to streaming audio is that you can listen to live content, such as newscasts, without a cumbersome download waiting period.
A must for classical music lovers, this site offers a "virtual concert hall," featuring thousands of music performances, which you can browse by instrument, composer and performer. If you're a musician, you can also upload your music here.
This nifty, easy-to-use freeware program lets you watch over 1,500 TV channels worldwide via your broadband connection. Many channel topics are available: news, music, education, sports, shopping, and more. You can browse channels by regions or by country name. The program is adware-free.
This easy-to-use free site features soothing high-quality soundscapes that include white noise, pink noise and brown noise. It's handy for many purposes, including usage as a sleep aid, blocking distractions, to sooth migraines, increase focus, and more.
Have you ever wanted to watch a movie and wondered if it was available to stream? This free site's search engine will tell you if a movie is available to stream and if so, where (Amazon, Netflix, Google Play, etc.) You can also find out if a film is available to purchase.
This site offers a nice collection of free classic movies that you can watch online. The public domain movies here include classics from Hollywood's "Golden Age," as well as low-budget "B movies." Film genres here include adventure, comedy, drama, film noir, horror, Westerns, and more.
This site serves up full-length movies, TV shows, and original series that you can watch for free via Flash in your browser. The service is ad-supported. Genres include action, comedy, horror, sci-fi, thrillers, and more. The service supports Windows and Mac. (Mostly U.S. only, although some content is available in Canada, the U.K. and Australia).