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TF1 New Biss Key 2022

TF1 FIFA World Cup New Biss Key 2022

TF1 (té ef un, pronounced [te ɛf œ̃]; standing for Télévision Française 1) is a French television network owned by TF1 Group, which is controlled by the Bouygues conglomerate. TF1’s average market share of 24% makes it the most popular domestic network.
TF1 is part of the TF1 Group of mass media companies, which also includes the news channel LCI. It used to own the satellite TV provider TPS, which have been sold to the Canal+ Group
French Television 1, or most known for its acronym, TF1, is the first and oldest television channel in France. It was launched on April 25, 1935 under the name Radio-PTT Vision. After several rebrands, it settled for Premiere Chain de l’ORTF until 1975, when it was named TF1. The channel was a public network until 1987, when the TF1 Group bought its majority share. It has been frequently referred to as the most popular and watched television channel in all of Europe due to its audience numbers, even if their share ratings have lowered in recent years due to all multimedia options available in the country. TF1 has also been available in neighboring countries such as Andorra, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Belgium, and Monaco
Position Frequency Symbol System Encryption
19.2°E Astra 1N
12168 V 29700, 2/3 DVB-S2, 8PSK, MPEG-4, HD Nagravision, Viaccess
16.0°E Eutelsat 16A
10928 H 30000, 8/9 DVB-S2, QPSK, MPEG-4, HD Viaccess
12604 H 29980, 2/3 DVB-S2, 8PSK, MPEG-4 Conax, Nagravision, Viaccess
35.9°E Eutelsat 36B
11823 H 27500, 3/4 DVB-S, MPEG-2 Irdeto
5.0°W Eutelsat 5 West B
11096 V 29950, 3/4 DVB-S2, 8PSK, MPEG-4, HD Viaccess
11509 H 29500, 8/9 DVB-S2, 8PSK, MPEG-4, HD 1080
13.0°E Hot Bird 13B
11681 H 27500, 3/4 DVB-S2, 8PSK, MPEG-4, HD Mediaguard, Nagravision, Viaccess
180.0°E Intelsat 18
10995 H 45000, 3/4 DVB-S2, QPSK, MPEG-4 Mediaguard, Nagravision
11075 V 45000, 3/4 DVB-S2, 8PSK, MPEG-4 Viaccess
11075 H 45000, 3/4 DVB-S2, QPSK, MPEG-4, HD Mediaguard, Nagravision
22.0°W SES 4
12530 V 30000, 3/4 DVB-S, MPEG-2 Mediaguard

Total Matches:

64 Matches (48 group stage matches, eight matches from round of 16, four quarterfinals, two semifinal’s, a third-place game and the final).

Group Stage: 21 November – 2 December, 2022

Round of 16: 3 December – 6 December, 2022

Quarterfinals: 9 December – 10 December, 2022

Semifinals: 13 December – 14 December, 2022

Third Place match: 17 December, 2022

Final: 18 December, 2022

Host country: Qatar
Dates: 21 November – 18 December, 2022
Teams: 32

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