In the stampede to HDTV all the old tv tuners were made obsolete. And all the makers found that support costs outstripped what they would have made on tuners. Then the cable company went digital, here I only can get ATT Uverse (anther all digital system) so the market for the old tuners kept dropping.
The final nail in the tuner business was the networks now other later viewing from their web sites. Between CBS, Hulu, PBS and who else the need to record has dropped to an all time low.
Here's the search for Dr. Oz episode full episodes online:
If I am not home to watch some daytime programs (they are not on demand, i.e. Dr. Oz), I want to be able to watch it later on my PC. I assume with a TV tuner I can do this? I believe I saw a PC with a TV tuner, but when I did a google search, I could not find one. I presently have a slim Gateway CPU and was told it would be difficult to install one on this. Alternatively, if I can't find one that has an internal one, are some PCs easy to install this?
I appreciate your responses to my questions.