BILD has been on TV since August 22nd. However, many readers still have questions about reception. Therefore, BILD started a previously unique campaign, invited mega-experts from Deutsche Technikberatung to the editorial office.
Now BILD is finally on TV! Heidrun Scheler-Stöhr (72) from Sonneberg (Thuringia) called yesterday, like many other readers, during the BILD telephone campaign with TV professionals – and was enthusiastic: “I had a real genius on the phone. Without the personable gentleman, I would never have found BILD TV. Now I am happy!”
The first callers who really wanted BILD TV on their television were on the line at exactly 11 a.m. The consultants Dirk Keller (47), Senthuran Raveenthiran (29), Fabio Honos (33) and Jan Folkerts (23) took a lot of time for the callers. One reader even received a visit from the TV professionals immediately after his phone call!
► Bernhard Manegold (75) from Hildesheim (Lower Saxony): “Where can I find the station search?”
Answer from TV expert Folkerts: “Open the settings in the TV menu and search for channels or reception. The station search can be found there. “
► Thomas Stein (69) from Essen (NRW): “I have a Samsung device. BILD is supposed to be on slot 826, but my television only has 612 channels. What do I do now? “
Answer from tech expert Keller: “Start the station search, this will add the station. But be careful, this can mess up your individual sorting of the channels. “
► Walburga Schulte (70) from Hamm (North Rhine-Westphalia): “I don’t dare to start the channel search because then my sorting is gone. What should I do?”
Answer by Keller: “With satellite, a manual station search helps to add the stations individually. This means that their own sorting is retained. In the case of cable TV, it is advisable to ask the provider to update the receiver. This way the sender adds itself. Another advantage: there are often other programs or your existing channels in better HD quality. “
► Jürgen Kneer (61) from Soest (North Rhine-Westphalia): “Do I need an additional device for BILD if my TV is already ten years old?”
Technical advisor Folkerts: “No. The ability to receive is independent of the age of the device. “
► Siegfried Bönsch from Jülich (North Rhine-Westphalia): “When I search for channels, BILD is shown in the list, but it cannot be opened. My television set is nine years old, doesn’t have HD, I receive the programs via the satellite system. “
Expert Fabio Honos: “The television does not have to support HD to show BILD HD. With your satellite system you have to program the transmitter via the receiver, not via the television. “
► Hans-Dieter Breitfeld (81) from Kassel: “Can I also receive BILD via antenna via DVB-T?
Expert answer from Keller: “No, reception via DVB-T2 is currently not possible. BILD is basically in talks for the further expansion of the distribution on TV. “
Do you also have any questions about BILD on TV? Then do not hesitate and call us from 11 a.m. today. You can find the phone numbers on this page.
One call and the BILD TV technician came by immediately
Berlin – Joachim Heyl (83) has been buying the BILD newspaper every morning for decades, and now he also wants his favorite brand on TV. The pensioner from Berlin got help at short notice yesterday. TV professional Fabio Honos (33) got into the car and personally helped Heyl.
The Berliner happily: “I’m now watching BILD on channel 13. The nice gentleman also adjusted the contrast for me, so I can now see everything nice and sharp. You can really only be amazed how it all worked out. Thank you, BILD. “
Do you also have any questions about BILD on TV? Then don’t hesitate and call us from 11 a.m. today. You can find the phone numbers on this page.
BILD continues the TV campaign today
The TV technicians are still available for you today from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The numbers:
► 01802 – 00 29 05
► 01802 – 00 29 06
► 01802 – 00 29 07
► 01802 – 00 29 08
(From a landline: 6 cents per call, from a mobile phone a maximum of 42 cents per minute.)