It's free and is already installed on most computers. If it's not installed on yours, click here to download the free player, then return to the main E-broadcast page you were viewing. This step will usually be all you need.
Residential DSL or Business DSL, Cable, T1 or T2 are adequate
If it's a Dell computer you're probably up to speed (no, we don't sell 'em, we don't even have one, but they have the reputation for working fast and right.)
"But I don't like Internet Explorer! I like Netscape! Plus, I'm a
Macintosh user! What are you going to do about it?"
Answer: Support is coming shortly. We're presently configured for the majority of computers, but everyone should have support soon. However, the E-Broadcast is generally viewable if you have the Windows Media Player installed on the same computer even if you're using Netscape. Read on.
Basically, yes. E-Broadcast Stations supported by the E-Broadcast Center (www.ebroadcastcenter.com) will add support in the near future for the following: