VCloud TV — Fast Access to All Your Favourite Shows!
VMedia’s innovative live TV streaming service includes our popular VCloud feature or
With our unique VCloud platform, you never have to worry about missing your favourite shows or remembering to record. Watch when you want. Simply scroll back in the week in the TV Guide, select your show, and it’s up on your screen. That fast, that cool. No waiting time for clunky download.
Our list of VCloud TV channels where you can access any show (yes any TV show!) within the past seven days includes CTV, CBC, Global, CityTV, NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX, PBS, CW23, MyTV, TVO, CHCH, Yes TV, CTV2Barrie, CBC Ottawa, CBC Windsor, OMNI1 and OMNI2, as well as specialty channels, like Silver Screen Classics, Rewind, Travel & Escape, Smithsonian, HIFI, Love Nature, BBC Earth, Cottage Life and OUTtv. French channels such as ICI, TVA are also included as well as an extensive menu of multicultural channels. For a complete list of our VCloud channels, check out our Channel Info page.
So enjoy all the latest episodes of top series and quick access to lots of programing to choose from — they are always in the cloud with VMedia.
VCloud TV — TV on your time.
VCloud TV is a great innovation for TV Viewers
Activating and Using VCloud TV
A few steps, but they are quick and intuitive
- During you initial device setup, you will see the configuration screens. Please go through them.
- After logging in to your account, the VCloud configuration pages should appear. The first screen will provide a short description of VCloud TV, the second will request your approval, and the third will prompt you to choose channels that you would like to have recorded for you.
- Select your channels by turning them "ON" and we will start recording shows from that time on.
- Once you have gone through these steps, you can watch anything that you have authorized for recording for up to seven days.
Using your VCloud TV
One item to note
If you change your channel list, and turn a channel "OFF", you will no longer have access to past shows on that channel. If you turn that channel back "ON", you will see content from the time that you turn it back on only.