AOR Direct

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AOR Direct is a Direct Responce company from Scottsdale, Arizona with experience in all aspects of marketing products and services via electronic media. Primary focus in sales via long form television commercials.

Street 8765 E. Bell Rd.
Street 2 Suite 204
City Scottsdale
Postal Code AZ 85260
Country USA
Phone +1 480 998 3530
Fax +1 480 998 3760
Email [email protected]

AOR Direct 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.

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

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