List Seeon.tv Available Video Channels

lynx --dump http://www.seeon.tv/channels| grep "/channels"|awk '{print $2}'|sort -u|while read links; do lynx --dump "$links"|awk '/view/ {print $2}'|sort -u; done
This shows a list of channels from seeon.tv website to watch shows and movies

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By: Bonster
2011-04-01 05:58:20

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