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Hi everyone,

I have a question? I am looking for live streaming up to date news like Bloomberg or CNBC; is there any other stations I can tune into? has to be via the net though?

I do like to listen to Bloomberg and CNBC  at the closing bell and during the day to keep up to date and possible trades looks. However, when you listen to Bloomberg on the net, now you only get half an hour before they want a subscription....

Regards 

Trev

 

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I have found if you use Apple TV then you seem to get it free unlimited. Or just clear your cache and re launch the viewer :)

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Forgot to ask, where are you streaming CNBC from? The online website doesn’t seem to work for me.

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