- Sadly, I thought that—kahit na paulit-ulit kong maglipat from any an...alog TV channels on my TV set—IBC on free-to-air analog TV VHF channel 13 is no longer aired as of today.😟 Is it due to lack of circuit replacement of aging VHF analog TV transmitter box, so the network might discontinue such old service as they would open to fully shift to ISDB-T DTT service in the coming period of time? I don’t know if IBC 13 may be still available to watch on cable or satellite TV in SD video format only.
Technical Information about Light Network DTV-33...
ISDB-T Pilot Frequency = 587.143 MHz
Network Name (NIT) = Light Network CH33
1 HD channel
2 SD channel
1 1seg channel
LCN - 33.01
Light Network HD
5.1 Surround Sound, HE-AACv2 (May be recognized as Dolby on certain devices)
LCN - 33.02
Light Network SD1
LCN - 33.03
Light Network SD2
LCN - 33.31
Light Network 1seg
JUST IN: The DTTB broadcasts of Light Network are now active on UHF 33 (587.143MHz).
We will give you further updates while it happens.
They are currently airing a test footage from Japan MIC and regular broadcasts will resume at 8 AM.
33.01 - Light Network HD (1080i)
33.02 - Light Network SD1
33.03 - Light Network SD2
33.31 - Light Network 1seg
There are no BML datacasts as of this writing.
The network is currently conducting a system enhancement test on their DTT system. If you continue to receive erratic signal, please do rescan.
Light Network UHF 33 Manila (DZOZ-TV 587.143MHz) will be the first ever TV station in the Philippines to permanently shut down analog transmissions....
Analog shutdown will be on February 28, 2017, at 22:59 (UTC +8) and will shift to digital on March 1, 2017*, using the same frequency.
According to one of their representatives, Light Network will be broadcasted in HD and they will offer BML datacasting services.
Broadcast hours will remain the same.
*Digital Switch-on may subject to change.
ONTRACK: The Philippines is shifting from Analog to Digital TV.
Our special coverage on the Digital TV Summit held on Novotel, Quezon City last February 14-15, ...2017.
A group expects the economy to grow further as the switch to digital TV can boost industries and create more jobs.