SOURCE: TV Dongle Invest Ltd

October 04, 2010 08:00 ET

Small Company Wants to Kill TV!

Napster Did It With Music. Skype Did It With Phone Calls. We're Doing It With TV.

LONDON--(Marketwire - October 4, 2010) -  The slogan describes both the product and the ambition of this new and still small company of wanting to conquer the world with its live TV service. (short for TV dongle) is a file-sharing service that lets users share their live TV channels in an online peer-to-peer network in the same manner as conventional file-sharing sites. However, the major difference is in the product being shared -- live TV channels.

How it works

By connecting to the service over the Internet and sharing your live TV channels with all other users using the supplied USB TV dongle, you make your home TV channel publicly available to the rest of the users. In return, you get access to all their live TV channels.

The result is currently over 10,000 people sharing more than 100,000 live TV channels.


If you choose to share your TV channels using the USB TV dongle, you get free access to everything. If you don't want to share and need instant access, you can simply download the software and pay a small fee.

Copyright controversy

This may be the service of your dreams, but be careful. Sharing copyright-protected channels is illegal. However, the service itself is 100% legal since nothing is hosted or streamed. This means all responsibility is with the user. But what do the users want? And are they willing to break the law to get it or share it?

Contact Information

  • For more information please contact:

    Sebastian Gate
    Launch manager
    sebastian (a)