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I want channel-hopping.

So I don't want an app to watch one particular channel.

I am looking for a streaming provider which provides all channels.

It also has to be legal.

It's ok if it is not free.

  • I had voted to close this question as off-topic, but I have since retracted it since although it is a question about a specific country's TV services online, the only people interested in legally watching TV from other countries are basically expats. Also, I feel that if it was someone from the US or Western Europe that was asking, it would not garner off-topic votes as much as if it is not. – Scott Earle Nov 8 '19 at 1:11
  • I asked at meta and they told me to post it here (see meta.stackexchange.com/questions/337728/…) – somega Nov 8 '19 at 10:34
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Digiturk Play, which is an online streaming service by Turkey-based Digiturk, accepts subscriptions from foreign countries. TRT Kurdi, broadcasting in Kurdish, seems to be included.

As another option, most of channels officially have live broadcast on YouTube. A basic search lists channels such as Habertürk, NTV, Star TV, ATV, Show TV and so on.

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