The arrival of channels in 4K resolution to Movistar Plus+ It is a good way to increase the value of the product, by being able to enjoy certain content at the highest quality. Sometimes they are promoted with great fanfare, while at other times they go unnoticed unless you are sweeping the television dials.
If you haven’t noticed that you have a new 4K channel on Movistar Plus+, we’ll tell you where to find it and what its special programming will consist of over the next few days.
Eurosport 4K returns to Movistar Plus+
It may be that due to the time difference you are not following the Australian Open very much, since the big matches of the day usually coincide with our early morning. However, in case you want to see the first tennis Grand Slam of the seasonthe Eurosport 4K channel is now available on Movistar Plus+.
Eurosport 4K has been activated on the Movistar Plus+ dial 444, with a program dedicated almost entirely to the Australian Open. This channel is not a novelty per se, but we have been able to find it intermittently on Movistar television.
For example, a little less than a year ago, in February 2022, it was enabled for the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games, with a programming of more than 600 hours of Olympic content that included live broadcasts of the opening and closing ceremonies and many competitions in 4K. However, and continuing with tennis as a reference, months later Roland Garros 2022 was not offered on Eurosport 4K on the blue operator.
No HDR at the moment
The Eurosport 4K channel, despite carrying the HDR label, it is being broadcast in SDRa problem that it has in common with other channels on the Movistar television platform such as the UHD Champions League on M+ or DAZN F1 4K.
That is why, although we see it with said label, the signal is not HDR on the operator’s television, but in SDR. Yes indeed, Regarding the resolution, there is no problem and you will be able to enjoy the best tennis (and who knows if it will already stay when the tournament ends on January 29) in 3,840 x 2,160 pixels.
This historic tournament, from which Rafa Nadal said goodbye today without being able to revalidate his victory, celebrates its 111th edition and has the best tennis players in the world competing to win their trophy, for which Eurosport 4K, in addition to the best matches , also has a special programming Dedicated almost entirely to the Australian Grand Slam, with previews and posts, documentaries, interviews and much more so you don’t miss anything that happens on the Australian courts.
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