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      Hello
       
      on hdmi port 1 2 3 
      when i watch a grey screen through youtube and through the apple tv or ps5 i get this weird discolor bottom half 
      only happens when hdr is on and vivid mode on lg c3
       
      on hdmi port 4
      this issue doesnt happen
       
      on native youtube its fine no issue 

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    • By News Reporter
      An exciting transformation is taking place in the world of sports entertainment, revolutionizing how enthusiasts engage with live games and events to foster stronger connections with their favorite athletes and teams.
      link hidden, please login to view1 from LG Ad Solutions, a global leader in connected TV (CTV) and cross-screen advertising, offer compelling insights into the growing trend of consuming sports content through streaming services. Over 70 percent of respondents across the US, UK and Canada regularly stream live sports and a considerable portion expressed intentions to stream upcoming major sports games. With increasingly convenient options available, evidence proves that sports streaming is gaining rapid momentum.
      Amidst the surge in sports consumption via streaming, LG Smart TVs offer a comprehensive and compelling array of options catered to the preferences of every sports fan. Available on both paid and free ad-supported streaming services, LG Smart TV users can enjoy a variety of sports content on the big screen for an immersive and dynamic viewing experience that brings the excitement of the game right into the living room. In anticipation of the buzz surrounding major sports events later this year, LG Smart TVs promise to heighten these games and tournaments, bringing people together for a sensational sports entertainment experience.

      Notably, users can access LG Channels, the company’s exclusive, free streaming service, which boasts an extensive range of sports channels, presenting coverage of popular games and events across multiple countries. For example, popular content from the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA), Matthew Berry’s Fantasy Life and the National Football League (NFL) have captured the attention of sports lovers from the US. Similarly, in Europe, viewers have engaged with a multitude of channels showcasing regional or local leagues, such as FIFA+, DAZN RISE, Tennis Channel, EdgeSports, MTRSPT1 and SportsGrid, providing a diverse range of content for enthusiasts of any sport.

      Tailored for passionate sports fans, LG Smart TVs are loaded with versatile features including Sports Portal2 and Sports Alert.3 Easy access through the Sports Quick Card on the Home Screen ensures users can stay up to date with key game highlight and real-time score, missing none of the action and excitement.
      Sport Portal Snapshot. Sports streaming services available in select regions, subscription to Prime or
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      What’s new, LG introduces Sports Portal, an intuitive and convenient interface that delivers a comprehensive selection of sports information and content. The Sports Portal is a hub for sports channels, live content, match schedules, scores and more. Moreover, convenient features like keyword web searches and curated lists of major sports leagues and sports apps grant access to all the resources needed to customize the entertainment experience.
      Sports viewing on LG Smart TVs is further enhanced with the personalized support of Sports Alert. By registering their favorite players or teams, users can receive the latest updates with notifications showing real-time scoring alerts and final match results, all available even while enjoying other content. The feature also conveniently presents information about their teams’ upcoming matches and key sports league details.

      Another versatile feature, Room to Room Share4 utilizes a Wi-Fi connection to seamlessly mirror the content from one LG Smart TV to another5 in a different room within a house, providing an uninterrupted viewing experience, so viewers never miss a moment of the game, even as they move between rooms.
      Dive into the dynamic world of sports entertainment with future updates on LG’s latest innovations by visiting the .
      1 LG Ad Solutions “Stadium to Screen. Streaming live sports in 2024.” 
      2 Available on LG 2024 OLED TVs, QNED TVs, NanoCell TVs and UHD TVs. 
      3 Available on LG Smart TVs running webOS 6.0 and above. Sports and sports leagues supported may differ by country. Functionality and EPG limitations vary by country.
      4 Syncing is only available between TVs connected to the same Wi-Fi access point. Support for Room-to-Room Sharing may vary by country.
      5 Sending and receiving capabilities may differ depending on the TV model.
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      – Sub TV / Content Receiver: Every LG Smart TV released in 2022 and later 
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    • By Darcy McPhee
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      If you are going to sell televisions in Canada then your syustem should have access to the hockey app like SportsNet; this is rediculous!
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      Company’s Free Streaming Service on LG Smart TVs Offers Popular Sports Channels
      Including FIFA+ and DAZN in Europe, Latin America and Australia

      SEOUL, July 31, 2023 — LG Electronics’ (LG) exclusive, free streaming service, LG Channels, is set to offer LG Smart TV owners in Europe, Latin America and Australia an almost limitless stream of sports content to satisfy their appetite for action, regardless of their favorite competition or team.
      Recently launched on LG Channels, FIFA+ is home to football fandom around the globe.1 LG Channels users in regions including Europe, US, Latin America and Australia2 will be able to access FIFA+. Featuring a wide range of Originals, live broadcasts and an extensive archive, FIFA+ has become a global hub for the beautiful game, and now, the channel will be on the home screens of millions globally as the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 continues apace.
      Further, wedo Sports via wedoTV was also launched on LG Channels in Germany, Austria and Switzerland this month, which puts the spotlight on eminent sporting events like world-class horse racing such as the recent Royal Ascot and the Breeder’s Cup, and sailing competitions such as the German Sailing Bundesliga, the Sailing Champions League and SailGP. The German-language, 24-hour service also features weekly programs with highlights from football, Formula 1, e-sports, martial arts and other sports, as well as documentaries about sports legends like Tiger Woods, David Beckham and Michael Schumacher, and world-famous teams like Manchester United and other well-known national clubs.
      Bringing joy to Europe’s passionate football fan base, LG has launched a special Advertising-based Video on Demand (AVOD) content featuring Shoot for Love, a popular YouTube Channel where they put well-known footballers to the test.  
      More events are coming to European sport fanatics in the upcoming months. Unbeaten, a premium sports channel featuring the biggest events and athletes in football, tennis and golf history, will be coming to LG Channels users in five European countries.3 Meanwhile, Tennis Channel, the only 24-hour live sports app dedicated to the sport and the lifestyle that comes with it, gives tennis aficionados in the UK, Germany and Austria all the content they could possibly need.
      These new channels are not the first in LG’s continued content partnerships to bring the best of sports to LG Channels. Last May, LG Channels partnered with the world’s leading live sports streaming service, DAZN,4 to add DAZN FAST, a free-to-air channel delivering a curated selection of sports content; DAZN Rise, a broadcaster of women’s sports in Germany and Austria; DAZN Combat, a channel for boxing and MMA buffs; and DAZN Women’s Football, presenting live matches from the fiercest female players in the UEFA Women’s Champions League and more.
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      2 Content available in the United States, Australia, Europe (United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland), Latin America (Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Peru, Argentina) and Asia (Japan, South Korea).
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      4 DAZN FAST and DAZN RISE available in Germany, DAZN Combat and DAZN Women’s Football available in France, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Netherlands, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina.

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    • By bucksears
      I bought a new LG 43uq7590pub (43" 4K UHD) TV three months ago, with the intent of using it as a computer monitor.
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