Football lovers with a 4K Ultra HDTV, a subscription to FOX through the Dish direct-to-home satellite/IPTV service and a Hopper 3 DVR/IRD will be able to see the NFL’s Thursday Night Football games in 4K clarity for the remainder of the season.

The first of the FOX/Dish 4K NFL Thursday Night Football games will be telecast in native 4K resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels) on Dish channel 540 starting at 8:20 p.m. EST, Thursday (Oct. 24th), the satellite TV provider announced Wednesday.

Customers with a Hopper 3 can tune in to watch the Washington Redskins take on the Minnesota Vikings at that time.

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This content will be delivered in 4K standard dynamic range (SDR). There are no announced plans for high dynamic range (HDR) enhancement at this time.

According to a Dish representative, “To view, customers will simply need a Hopper 3 and a 4K TV. There is no required subscription to view 4K content, customers would just need to subscribe to FOX.”

By Greg Tarr

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