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Dream Satellite TV

Service

Subscription television

Launched

April 2001

Website

http://www.dream.com.ph/

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/DreamSatellite

Twitter

https://twitter.com/DreamSatellite

Dream Satellite TV is the first all-digital DTH (Direct-To-Home) television broadcasting service via satellite in the Philippines. It broadcasts from the Dream Broadcast Center located at the Clark Special Economic Zone in Pampanga, Central Luzon.

Channel line-upEdit

1. TV MARIA 2. ABS-CBN 2 3. INC TV 4. TV5 5. GMA 7 6. PTV 4 7. ANIMAX 8. S+A 9. MTV ASIA 10. CNN PHILIPPINES 11. NET 25 12. GMA NEWS TV 13. FRANCE 24 14. NICKELODEON 15. CHANNEL NEWS ASIA 16. LIVING ASIA CHANNEL 17. SMNI 39 18. LIFETIME 19. AKSYON TV 20. AXN 21. FYI 22. DISCOVERY CHANNEL 23. PINOY XTREME 24. ETC 25. DZRH NEWS TELEVISION 26. TLC 27. IBC 13 28. SONY CHANNEL 29. LIGHT NETWORK 30. HISTORY 31. MBC 32. 2ND AVENUE 33. CLTV 36 34. BASKETBALL TV 35. CRIME AND INVESTIGATION NETWORK 36. AUSTRALIA PLUS 37. DW TV ASIEN 38. EWTN 201. ENERGY FM 202. BORACAY BEACH RADIO 203. DZMM 630 204. CMN RADIO 205. RMN RADIO 206. BBC ASIAN NETWORK 207. IFM 93.9 208. RJ 100.3 209. PLANET ROCK 210. SPORTS RADIO

ChangesEdit

  • February 2009
    History, Biography, Crime & Investigation added. ETC, 2nd Avenue, Solar Sports replaced.
  • June 2009
    Hallmark & Animal Planet back after one month absence.
  • October 2009
    SET (Sony Entertainment TV) added on channel 36.
  • November 2010
    HBO back on channel 33.
  • December 2010
    Sony Entertainment TV is replaced by AXN Beyond.
  • December 2010
    CNBC is replaced by Screen Red.
  • July 2011
    Asian Food Channel added on channel 27.
  • October 2011
    Australia Network is temporarily replaced by Net25 for a week.
  • May 2012
    Animax and AXN Beyond channels are temporarily not available, replaced by PBO & Viva Cinema.
  • June 2012
    Home of Star is on channel 33, replacing Diva Universal. BTV is on channel 34, replacing AXN Beyond.
  • July 2012
    PBO on channel 16, replacing Animax.
  • January 2013
    ESPN changed to Fox Sports.
  • March 2013
    Fox Channel added.
  • November 2013
    ANC (ABS-CBN News Channel) added on channel 1.
  • January 2014
    MTV Pinoy on channel 9 replacing MTV Southeast Asia

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External linksEdit


ReferencesEdit

  1. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=670406396325206&l=b67ade0e6c

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