Dream Satellite TV


Subscription television


April 2001




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

Local Movies General Entertainment Documentary Kids
News Sports Music Foreign Religious

# Channel Dream SAVER
Dream LITE
Dream STAR
1   TV Maria X X
2   ABS-CBN 2 X X X
3   INC TV X X X
4   TV5 X X X
5   GMA 7 X X X
6   Viva TV X X X
7   Animax X X X
8   S+A X X X
9   MTV Pinoy X X X
10   Sony Channel X X X
11   Fox Filipino X X X
12   GMA News TV X X X
13   France 24 English X X
14   TMC X X
15   Cartoon Network Philippines X X X
16   AksyonTV X X X
17   Living Asia Channel X X
18   RTL CBS Entertainment X X
19   Lifetime Asia X X
20   Fox Action Movies X X
21   AXN X X
22   FYI X X
23   Discovery Channel X X
24   Fox Sports 2 X X
25   CNN X X X
26   STAR World X
27   TLC X
28   AFC   (Asian Food Channel) X
29   ETC/2nd Avenue/CNA X
30   National Geogrpahic Channel X
31   History Philippines X
31   MBC Korea [1] X
32   ETC X X X
33   Pinoy Box Office X
34   STAR Movies Philippines X
35   BTV   (Basketball TV) X
36   Crime & Investigation X
37   Australia Plus TV Asia X X
38   Deutsch Welle X X
39   Fox Sports Philippines X

# Channel Dream SAVER
Dream LITE
Dream STAR
1   Love Radio 90.7 Manila X X X
2   Boracay Beach Radio X X X
3   The Edge Radio X X X
4   Catholic Media Network X X X
5   DZXL News 558AM Manila X X X
6   BBC Asian Network X X X
7   93.9 iFM Manila X X X
8   RJ100.3 FM Manila X X X
9   Planet Rock X X X
10   DZSR Sports Radio 918AM Manila X X X


  • 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


External linksEdit


  1. Premium channel. Separate Monthly Service Fee.

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