Watching live video webcam stream (tv broadcast) in the Alps during your morning coffeebreak

Watching live video webcam stream (tv broadcast) in the Alps during your morning coffeebreak

24/01/2017 4 By admin
I really like to watch almost every morning in the winter period (and probably it’s also possible to see it in the summer I think) to the live tv stream of the various cities and regions in mainly the Alps of Austria, Switzerland, Italy and Germany.
In the Netherlands we can see the broadcast of the Feratel video streams of the video webcams that are placed in various cities and mountain areas.
I found out that both German streams do work in the Netherlands as well for broadcasting the ‘Panoramabilder’ program.
The options you have to see are:
station name | country | days | time | stream link
Eén | Belgium | 09.00 – 10.00 CET Monday-Friday, Saturday/Sunday 09.00 – 10.45/11.00 CET | no stream link available for free via internet, some providers might offer a stream via their own tv apps (e.g. Ziggo Go in NL)
Canvas | Belgium | Monday-Sunday ‘Winterbeelden’ | 09.00 – 12.30 CET | no stream link available for free via internet, some providers might offer a stream via their own tv apps (e.g. Ziggo Go in NL)
3Sat | Germany | Monday-Sunday ‘Panoramabilder’ | 07.30 – 09.00 CET | stream link – see also the panoramabilder page
BR (HD) | Germany 7 days a week – BR now run a stream from 6.00 to 20.00 CET so 14 hours of live alpine viewing every day. Access is via https://www.ardmediathek.de/br/ scroll to very bottom of the page to see the live stream link. BR also has better streaming quality than 3Sat. You may want to mute the audio though, as the audio is a German radio station. I even noticed it works without using a VPN while I am in The Netherlands. Thanks for mentioning this as well Andy.
BR (HD) | Germany | Monday-Friday ‘Panoramabilder’ 07.35 – 08.35 CET, Saturday/Sunday 07.45 – 08.45 CET | stream link – info 1 of info 2

If you have a Chromecast, Apple TV or Samsung smart tv you might also use apps like Tubio (2.99 euro/dollar) or Video & TV (free, but for most features you have to pay, do all in app purchases will cost you 6.99 euro/dollar) cast you stream the website links to your tv with the use of these iOS (Apple) or Android (Google) apps. Let me know if you have other ways to watch as well.