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How to watch all Argentina matches for free and in HD

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The broadcast will start this Sunday November 20 with the opening ceremony of the World Cup and the first game that Qatar and Ecuador will play. In total, they will be televised live 32 games: 23 in the first phase, four in the round of 16, two in the quarterfinals, the two semifinals and the final, which will be played on December 18.

The Argentine National Team will have its World Cup debut this Tuesday November 22 at 7 in the morning against Saudi Arabia, then he will appear again on Saturday 26 at 4:00 p.m. against Mexico and will close the group stage on Wednesday the 30th at the same time against Poland.

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In addition, the matches can also be seen on the ADD website where coverage of all matches will be available and available to view in any region of the country.

Public TV transmission

The broadcast on public TV began this week with the preview of the World Cup with special programs with daily departures at noon and at the end of the afternoon. The live broadcasts from Doha, the capital of Qatar, began on Sunday, November 13, with a team from Public Television made up of Pablo Giralt, Matías Martin, Ángela Lerena, Sergio Goycochea, “Tití” Fernández, Sofía Martínez, Gustavo Kuffner, Miguel Osovi, Pablo Ladaga and Lola del Carril. In addition, from Buenos Aires the journalist Gabriela Previtera will participate.

How to access TDA

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To access ADT, the TV has to be connected to a UHF antenna for Digital TV and having an integrated digital tuner.

If the device is older than 2013, or does not have a tuner, a decoder can be incorporated that converts the digital signal into analog so that it can be viewed on that equipment.

To know if the signal TDA is available in one location, it can be accessed from the page www.tda.gob.ar to an interactive map in which by writing an address or the name of a location, you can know if there is coverage and where to point the antenna.

Source: Ambito

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