Watch Free Live TV Channels with the Puffer TV Stanford Research Project
Free Live TV channels watched directly from a web browser with the Puffer project. And free local broadcast channels received and streamed from an antenna located on the Stanford campus.
The Puffer research project is studying how to make streaming better by studying video streaming algorithms. Stream local affiliates CBS (KPIX 5), NBC (KNTV 11), ABC (KGO 7), FOX (KTVU 2), PBS (KQED 9), and Univision (KDTV 14).
Which Devices Work With Puffer
This will only work with Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Microsoft Edge, on Mac/Windows/Linux computers and on Android phones and tablets. And Safari web browser on will not work. Because it does not have the required standard for live video streaming.
Here is Every Channel Available on DirecTV Now
Here is the complete channel list in every package available on DirecTV Now
Who Can Participate in the Puffer Project
Anyone can sign up. But only those who live in the USA can participate. And see the Puffer FAQ for more information and to sign-up.
Requirements To Participate
Nothing, just watch the Free Live TV channels on your Mac/PC or Android Devices. Because they only collect information from your browser as you watch TV. So No surveys or other questions. Because Stanford needed to offer something enticing to get people to sign-up and participate in this project. And Free Live TV is pretty enticing.Don’t Miss These Best Roku Channels That Rock!