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Federation Square

Watch Fed Cam live Streaming

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Publish: 8 months ago

 

Fed Cam is a key interactive experience at Federation Square, involving a camera streaming live images from The Square to fedsquare.com. From time to time, these images can also be viewed on the Big Screen! When this happens you will notice the camera zoomed into a point on the Square quite often with people interacting with it – putting on a performance, taking selfies or waving to friends and family worldwide who are watching via this page.

Fed Cam is an Internet-based broadcast Television Network providing viewers with a FREE Over-The-Air broadcast television experience on their TV and web-connected TV devices.

With Live-TV-Channels you can watch online TV Streams - they are FREE, mobile friendly and support casting from PC, laptop or Mobile to your Chromecast. Live-TV-Channels lets you watch tv on your computer today, no Set-top-box needed, no login required.

You can live stream all of your favorite Australia and other TV programmes in real time, which is very handy if you live overseas and don’t have access to Australia TV. If you have Google Chromecast you can also cast our live tv streams to your TV, Live-TV-Channels today!

 

Fed Cam Live Streaming contains links or embeds or bypass to TV channels from 3rd party website, which are freely available on all over the internet. We are not affiliated in any way with the broadcasted Fed Cam nor responsible for their contents. All contents are copyright of Fed Cam respective owners.


Note: Fed Cam Stream is not hosted by our site, it is provided by the tv station itself. So please wait to connect to Fed Cam broadcast. Fed Cam Channel can be offline sometimes.

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