File this under "Things I found while looking for other things."
I was looking for FTA satellite info and went to LyngSat . I've been there before, it's a site dedicated to Ku and C-band satellite TV and radio, and they maintain a list of satellite channels.
I went to the list of free US channels Free TV from United States - LyngSat and noticed a lot of channels labeled "lyngsat stream" instead of listing the satellite information. Clicking the link, Lo and Behold, I was taken to a streaming channel!
I tracked back to the page where you can find just streaming channels. Here's a link to the Lyngsat streaming lists:
You can follow the links to navigate to the region of the world you are interested in.
Within the USA list, there are 120 channels from TubTub, so I'll post a direct link to that here:
If you love retro TV, this in itself is it's own goldmine.
Clicking on a channel is pretty much a crap shoot. It's "live" streaming, there is no schedule, and there's some short commercials - mostly PSAs that I actually enjoyed watching.
If you love old classic TV and movies, this is going to occupy your whole day.
Hey I gotta go, Gumby is on!
(Note: I believe TubTub uses Silverlight, so Linux users need not apply)