Today, we are going to discuss a topic that may be of interest to those who do not have access to antenna reception for public channels. This is particularly relevant for those living in buildings without antenna installations on the roof or in their apartments. So, how can you watch public channels if you are not equipped for it?
Firstly, let me clarify that I am using a smart TV, which means it is connected to the internet via Wi-Fi. However, if you don’t have a smart TV or it is not connected, you can simply purchase a small device, like a Zuumi box or other similar brands, to connect your TV to the internet. This will allow you to access applications such as Netflix and more.
In some of our previous videos, we have mentioned that having a smart TV or a device connected to the internet is a standard practice for short-term rentals. But what about watching public channels? If you don’t have an antenna installed, which can be quite expensive (around 300 to 400 euros, or even more), you can rely on a good internet connection.
If you have a reliable internet connection, especially if you have fiber optic in your area, you can opt for a smart TV or a device like the one I mentioned earlier. By connecting to the internet, you can access various applications, including Molotov TV. This application allows you to watch public channels such as TF1, France 2, France 3, and more. There are around fifteen to twenty channels available.
Let me show you how it works. Once you have the Molotov TV application installed, you can access different channels, including TF1, France 2, France 3, and so on. You can watch all the programs of the day, including evening shows and more. The best part is that you don’t have to pay any additional fees for this service. It is free to connect to the internet, and while there might be a paid subscription option, I am not certain about the exact details.
So, there you have it! This is a handy trick to access public channels without the need for an antenna. I hope you found this information useful, and stay tuned for more informative videos in the future.