It depends where are you located
The free to air channels usually come with the charter basic.
Pay TV would be something like Dish Network, DirecTV, Cable TV. Free to air television are channels that are broadcast for free that you can pick up using a digital antennae. There are not that many free to air channels available, but there are a few.
There are fifteen channels are available on Globecast WorldTV. However, if one were to include the free to air channels there is a total of sixty seven channels on Globecast.
You can watch them on CBS's website the day after they air.
There are a few free services that air on TV. One of these free channels is PBS. Depending on your location, you may have the public broadcasting system.
Channels that are not transmitting (a signal)
You can watch it on E! it will continue to air. Or, check out their website.
13.2 million Australian people watch free to air television.
yes, thats why most tv channels have online websites where you can watch tv, they have shows that only air online too
free to air television when it premiers