ESPN 1/2/3 Netherlands HD, the Dutch-language television channels of ESPN, have moved to a new frequency on Eutelsat 9E. The new frequency is 11766 H 27500 3/4. This change will affect all viewers who receive ESPN 1/2/3 Netherlands HD via satellite.
To continue watching ESPN 1/2/3 Netherlands HD, you will need to rescan your satellite receiver for new channels. The rescan process will vary depending on your satellite receiver, but it is usually a simple process that can be completed in a few minutes.
Once you have rescaned your satellite receiver, you should be able to find ESPN 1/2/3 Netherlands HD on channel 11766. If you are unable to find the channel, you may need to adjust your satellite dish.
ESPN 1/2/3 Netherlands HD offers a variety of sports programming, including live games, news, and analysis. The channels are also home to a number of popular sports shows, such as SportsCenter, First Take, and Pardon the Interruption.
The move to a new frequency is part of ESPN's ongoing efforts to improve the quality of its satellite signal. The new frequency will provide viewers with a clearer and more stable picture.
If you have any questions about the move to a new frequency, you can contact ESPN customer service at 1-888-434-7678.
Here are some of the benefits of watching ESPN 1/2/3 Netherlands HD:
- You can watch live games from the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, and MLS.
- You can watch news and analysis from ESPN's award-winning team of journalists.
- You can watch popular sports shows, such as SportsCenter, First Take, and Pardon the Interruption.
- You can watch ESPN's original programming, such as 30 for 30 and E:60.
Here are some of the ways you can watch ESPN 1/2/3 Netherlands HD:
- You can subscribe to a satellite TV provider that carries ESPN 1/2/3 Netherlands HD.
- You can watch ESPN 1/2/3 Netherlands HD online through ESPN's website or app.
- You can watch ESPN 1/2/3 Netherlands HD on a streaming device, such as Roku or Amazon Fire TV.
No matter how you choose to watch ESPN 1/2/3 Netherlands HD, you're sure to enjoy the best in sports programming.
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