Here are a few shows available between now and Christmas on the Web, the Radio and TV:
If you don't have EWTN on your cable TV network, you can watch and listen over the internet with Real Player or Windows Media. Go to the EWTN Home Page, check the menu for "Television", and you can choose "Live TV" in either English or Spanish for your geographic location.
Also on the same home page, check the menu for EWTN "Radio".
The EWTN schedule for Televisions Specials is here. It includes Christmas Midnight Mass from St. Peter's Basilica and the Urbi et Orbi blessing message on Christmas Day from St. Peter's Square.
It also includes choral meditations and the Mass of the Nativity from the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception; a Catholic University of America Christmas Concert; a choral broadcast from the Louisville Chorus at St. Martin of Tours Church in Louisville, Kentucky; and a Christmas Cantata (Andrew T. Miller's "Birth of Christ" recorded live in Ireland.
Radio Notre Dame, Paris:
To listen over the internet, go to this home page or go to the schedule for December 24 or December 25 (keep in mind the time zone). Broadcasts include Midnight Mass from Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
KTO TV, Paris:
KTO also offers past broadcasts available on demand by internet. If you want to watch Midnight Mass at St. Peter's Basilica, for example, and can't see the EWTN broadcasts, you might want to watch it on KTO TV. Even if you don't understand the French, you will be able to hear the music and see the Holy Father preside at Mass.
Or, watch Midnight Mass live from St. Peter's (live broadcast begins at 23h45 on 24 Dec.), Family Mass from Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris (18h on 24 Dec.), Gregorian Mass on Christmas Day from Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris (10 h on 25 Dec., Cardinal Vingt-Trois presiding), or the Holy Father's Urbi et Orbi address (12 h on 25 Dec.). You can use an online world clock to find the time zone difference from your own time zone.
A schedule for upcoming Christmas Eve and Christmas broadcasts is here, including Midnight Mass from St. Peter's Basilica and the Holy Father's Christmas Day Urbi et Orbi address.
Catholic TV will also broadcast Midnight Mass from St. Peter's Basilica and the Holy Father's Urbi et Orbi message online, rebroadcast during the week. The schedule also offers videos on demand, including "A Winter's Journey" (a musical Christmas special).