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How can I keep a static webpage on my TV without screensaver

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Hello! 

I just recently purchased the LG OLED 65" and would like to put up a specific website and have it stay on the tv for extended periods of time (15-30min) but the tv always goes to the 'fireworks' type of screensaver  . Can I disable that? I want that website as a background while I record a video in my living room.

 

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