Why can’t i get true entertainment on Freeview
True Entertainment: Why Can’t I Get True Entertainment on Freeview?
Freeview viewers across the UK have been questioning why they can’t access True Entertainment on their television sets, and here’s why…
5 Reasons You Might Not Be Able To Find True Entertainment
The new channel hasn’t been officially added to your TV license, so you won’t be able to view it. You have an old TV set that doesn’t have a digital aerial connection and you don’t want to pay for installation. You live in Wales and don’t have access to transmitters covering southwest England. You never received a TV license renewal notification and because of that, you didn’t notice there was now another channel available on your aerial. Even if your first four points are covered, there may still be an issue with a reception at your property.
The aerial you have is unlikely to pick up all available channels. You may need a new aerial, or a TV serial booster or amplifier to improve your reception. If you’re away from your property and want to watch content, but don’t know how to change your viewing area, check out our guide How Do I Change My TV Licence Area for help. If you simply don’t want another television channel cluttering up your EPG then why not get rid of channels you never watch using our top tips guide How To Cut Down On Paying For Channels You Don’t Watch.
4 Ways to Change The Channel
1. Upgrade your TV, DVR or set-top box – According to Nielsen, about 37% of homes in the U.S. don’t have a 4K-ready TV set — and that number is expected to rise as more 4K content becomes available (in addition to other video options). But not all devices will be updated right away either. Fortunately, there are still a few ways you can switch over…
2. Adjust your antenna – If you’re not connected to cable or satellite TV at home, you might want to consider getting an HDTV antenna.
3. Buy a set-top box – If you’re looking to get 4K content, you may want to consider buying a compatible set-top box, such as Roku Ultra or Apple TV 4K. These boxes offer built-in streaming services like Netflix and YouTube and cost between $130 and $180 respectively…
4. Buy a new DVR – You can also still upgrade your existing digital video recorder by purchasing a TiVo Roamio OTA or an HDHomeRun Extend device ($100 each) if you don’t already have one. The TiVo Roamio OTA comes with either three or six tuners, while HDHomeRun Extend offers four tuners.
3 Tips for Watching True Entertainment Online
In addition to over-the-air, you can watch your favorite shows online and on your mobile device via My True TV. All you need is an Internet connection and a service provider that supports Freeview. If you’re ready to take your home entertainment to another level, read our three tips for watching True Entertainment online. Afterward, be sure to come back here and let us know how it worked out for you. We’d love to hear from you!