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DYTV-TV
IBC13
Cebu City
Branding IBC 13 Cebu
Slogan Pinoy Ang Dating!
Channels Analog: 13 (VHF)
Digital: 43 (UHF) (ISDB-T)
Virtual: 13.01 (LCN)
Affiliations Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation
Owner Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation
Founded 1965
Call letters' meaning DY

Tele Vision

Sister station(s) DYKC-TV (RPN)
Former callsigns Independent (1961-1975)
Transmitter power 12.5 kW (258 kW ERP)
Website IBC Official Website

DYTV-TV, channel 13, is a television station of Philippine television network Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation. Its studios and transmitter are located at the 3rd floor Elian Tower, Ouano St., Mandaue City. This is the third VHF TV station established in Cebu City after the establishment of provincial stations of ABS-CBN in 1961 and GMA Network in 1963.[1]

Set up its nationwide satellite broadcast from Manila.

The current station manager is Louella Cabañero.

TimelineEdit

  • 1975 - the first broadcast and became the first TV station in Cebu Island.
  • July 18, 2011 - the station will finally relaunch through a new transmitter for clearer signal. Express Balita Bisaya, the station's flagship newscast launched. With this feat DYTV became the first regional station to introduced local newscasts.
  • January 6, 2014 - IBC Cebu started in ISDB-T broadcast on UHF 43.

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Digital televisionEdit

Digital channelsEdit

UHF Channel 43 (500.143 MHz)

Channel Video Aspect PSIP Short Name Programming Notes
13.01 H.264 16:9 IBC IBC
13.02 INN IBC News Network
13.03 DYBG TeleTrese DYBG TeleTrese Cebu
13.04 IBC Classics IBC Classics
13.05 4:3 IBC 1SEG IBC OneSeg 1seg

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