Dvb-S2, From October 1St A Mediaset Channel Will Be Visible Only In Hd On Satellite

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The switch to DVB-S2 of Mediaset channels will continue on 1 October 2021 with a new generalist network of the Biceone that can only be seen in high definition on the Tivùsat HD or 4K decoder.

Specifically, in just over 24 days it will be the turn of Italy 1, which, like what happened on July 1, 2021 with Network 4, will be transmitted only in high definition on the satellite platform. On October 1,2021, in fact, the SD version of the younger network of the three will “off” and we recommend that you carry out all the checks in order to find yourself in front of unpleasant surprises.

The last Mediaset channel to pass will be Channel 5, January 1, 2022: the choice was probably taken for reasons of audience. Channel 5 is the most popular among the three and the channel of Cologno Monzese wants to give its viewers all the time they need to adapt.

To see Italy 1 HD and Network 4 HD you will need to have a HD decoder or 4K or, alternatively, a CAM capable of receiving the signal. “These changes are linked to a decision by publishers to improve the overall quality of channels, a process that will develop in the coming months with the passage into HD of other important channels such as Italy 1, Channel 5 and all channels of the Rai” is highlighted by Tivù

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