cCloud TV has trouble keeping its servers in service a lot of the time, but it doesn't have any problem finding an audience. The server trouble is because the enterprise is totally illegal -- cCloud broadcasts live television pirated in real time to iPads and other devices. So its servers sometimes get slammed shut, when justice catches up. The audience part is easier to figure: cCloud knows it has an audience because legal companies like production companies, cable companies, movie studios and broadcast channels like ESPN have worked hard to establish that audience. cCloud is a straight up theft play -- but frankly plenty of people who watch quarterbacks making $20 million a year don't mind skipping the cable bill to watch a game. It doesn't quite feel like stealing.
cCloud is back for now, one step ahead of big bad cable and the law. It's streaming 50 live channels to your phone. http://ccloud.corrent.org/ There's the address. It just wouldn't be right to link.
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