For those looking for WWE Friday night Smackdown videos to watch on their PC on laptops, there are 2 ways to do it. You can go for PCTV cards or satellite TV software. Both solutions enable your computer to stream live satellite channels over internet.
A little history lesson, WWE Friday night Smackdown is organized by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). It started airing on UPN in 1999 and instantly became one of the most watched programs in the world. It used to be aired on Thursdays but moved to Friday nights in 2005.
The show will be returning to the TV screen on 3rd October 2008. MyNetworkTV will be airing the weekly event this time round with a big gift to wrestling actions fans: It will be showing Westlemania on TV on 2nd Oct.
Fans can have WWE Friday night Smackdown videos to watch on PC via 2 avenues:
1. PCTV Card
This hardware streams live satellite TV channels from the internet, comes in USB or PCI/PCI Express card version. For maximum portability if you are using laptops, go for USB ones. It also takes away the hassle of opening up PCs.
2. Satellite TV Software
This software basically does the same thing as PCTV cards with one distinctive difference. It does not involve any external hardware.
Both solutions cost users a one-time fee only. There is no monthly subscription and no pay-per-view fees. Satellite TV software costs less (no more than $50) and offers thousands of channels to choose from.