A world of choice
A world of choice
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As you've seen during this course, there are different ways of watching and listening online to suit everyone.
Whether you want to catch up with the best TV programs, make playlists of your favourite songs, or follow the news on the radio, there's a service out there for you.Start activity
Watching and listening online has helped the whole family in lots of different ways.
Tamara and Darren don't have to miss programs or disagree over what to watch anymore.
With catch-up TV and subscription services, they can keep up with all their favourite shows and find films that they'll both enjoy watching together.
Since David introduced her to online radio, Gran has been finding stations she can tune in to all over the world.
Now she can listen to her favourite 60s songs at any time of day, and she's even thinking of sending in requests by email.
David loves the TV subscription service as he can watch comedy series for hours on end without having to buy the DVDs.
He's also signed up to a music streaming site so that he can listen to songs and download them legally.
Sarah already knew that YouTube was great for watching cute cat videos, but now she uses it to find tutorials helping her to master the guitar.
She's started sharing her own videos as well so that her friends can see her playing new songs.
Well done, you've come to the end of the A world of choice activity.
You've been reminded about how useful the internet can be for catching up on tv, listening to music and watching videos online.
Coming up next, if you have registered and are logged into the Be Connected website, you'll now be able to take a short quiz to finish this course. If you're not registered, you are now at the end of the course.