Without our partners, you wouldn’t be able to find our great shows so easily. Be sure to give them props.

Media Partners


The iTunes Store has over 150,000 podcasts available to subscribe and is one of the largest pod-catchers . Once a podcast has been subscripted, iTunes will automatically download new episodes to that person’s iTunes library. They are available for free, including ours! Click here to subscribe!

www.apple.com/itunes

YouTube display’s a wide variety of user-generated video content, including movie clips, TV clips, and music videos, as well as amateur content such as video blogging and short original videos. Most of the content on YouTube has been uploaded by individuals, although media corporations including CBS, the BBC, UMG and other organizations offer some of their material via the site, as part of the YouTube partnership program like our show which is found here!

www.youtube.com

Miro can automatically download videos from RSS-based “channels”, manage them and play them. The application is designed to be a kind of TV guide for Internet television.

www.getmiro.com


Boxee is a cross-platform freeware media center software with a 10-foot user interface and social networking features designed for the living-room TV. Boxee is a fork of the free and open source XBMC media center software which Boxee uses as an application framework for its GUI and media player core platform, together with some custom and proprietary additions.

It is developing a dedicated set-top box (hardware) for Boxee in cooperation with D-Link; the company has also more than once said that they are interested in licensing the Boxee media center software and its social networking service as a third-party software component to other companies for use on their own hardware, such as game-consoles, set-top boxes from cable-TV companies, Blu-ray Disc and DVD players, or embedded computers built-in to television sets. Boxee has also stated that their goal is to have Boxee run on as many third-party hardware platforms and operating systems as possible.

Amped Up TV can currently be viewed through the Boxee Blip.tv App or add our on of our other feeds directly through the RSS app!

www.boxee.tv



Roku is a tiny little box about the size of adult hand. You plug it in to the Internet (or use the built in wireless) and then link your NetFlix account to it. Originally it was just NetFlix streaming, but now you get Major League Baseball, Revision 3, Twit TV, MediaFly, Pandora, Facebook Photos and a couple of other channels. Most are free. Amped Up TV can currently be viewed on the Blip.tv Channel!
Roku has no ongoing fees. The content is tech related which will not appeal to everyone.  However for the NetFlix streaming alone it is well worth it.

This is currently only available in the US

www.roku.com

Technology Partners

Blip.tv has been leveling the playing field for independent shows since May 11, 2005. Independent show creators are great at making content. They are great at technology, business development, distribution, marketing and advertising sales. It’s a match made in heaven.

More than 48,000 independently produced Web shows use blip.tv to reach more than 22,000,000 people. There are distribute more than 2.4 million episodes from these shows across the entire video Internet and onto television screens across the country including Amped Up TV!

www.blip.tv