Embed TV within .net windows application / web page

Hi,

I need to know what my options are for embedding TV in some way within a web page or windows application.

Basically, we are planning to show some of the Olympics (BBC only) within an application we are developing.  It can be a windows application or web application, but must be based on .net.

We need it to be as robust as possible.

I believe that things like iPlayer are out due to terms of service prohibiting embedding.  My best guess so far is to get a TV tuner card that has an API that enables me to embed within an application, but need some guidance or other ideas on how to achieve.

Many thanks in advance
cp30Asked:
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IanThCommented:
you wont have permission to broadcast it your permission is only to watch
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cp30Author Commented:
you wont have permission to broadcast it your permission is only to watch

Thanks, but there's another team handling the TV licensing side of things and the broadcast rights, I just need to feed back on the technical side of things.

Cheers
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CodeCruiserCommented:
See if this component is any good

http://viscomsoft.com/products/videocaplive/index.html
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cp30Author Commented:
See if this component is any good

http://viscomsoft.com/products/videocaplive/index.html

That looks very interesting, just investigating in more detail now...

Cheers
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