DYPR-TV

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DYPR-TV
Tacloban, Leyte
ChannelsAnalog: 12 (VHF)[1]
Digital: 50 (UHF) (ISDB-T) (test broadcast)
Virtual: 27
BrandingPRTV-12
Programming
Language(s)Waray, Filipino
Affiliations
Ownership
OwnerPhilippine Collective Media Corporation
DYBR-AM, DYDR
History
FoundedApril 2011; 12 years ago (2011-04)
Technical information
PowerAnalog: 5 kilowatt TPO
Digital: 500 watt
ERP20 kilowatt ERP

DYPR-TV (channel 12) is a commercial television station. It is owned and operated by the Philippine Collective Media Corporation.

Offices[change | change source]

The station's studios, main office, and transmitter are located at 3/F DVOREF Bldg., Remedios Trinidad Romualdez Hospital Compound, Brgy. 96-Calanipawan, Tacloban, Leyte.[2][3][4]

History[change | change source]

In the 1990s, Channel 12 was a regional affiliate station of the Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation.

PRTV Programs[change | change source]

Note: Some programs are simulcast with sister FM station FMR Tacloban every Monday to Saturday.

  • Arangkada (flagship/rolling newscast)
    • Arangkada Sais Trenta
    • Arangkada Dose Trenta
    • Arangkada Singko Trenta
  • Isyu at Komentaryo
  • Wanted Pangga

Digital television[change | change source]

Digital channels[change | change source]

UHF Channel 50 (689.143 MHz)

Channel Video Aspect Short name Programming Note
27.01 1080i 16:9 PRTV TACLOBAN PRTV Tacloban Test broadcast / Configuration testing
27.02 480i TV5 TV5 Network
27.03 720p 4:3 A2Z A2Z (ZOE TV)

Areas of coverage[change | change source]

Primary areas[change | change source]

Secondary areas[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. "LIST OF TV STATIONS as of DECEMBER 2020" (PDF). NTC Region VIII. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2021-06-26. Retrieved 2022-02-05.
  2. "34 Eastern Visayas journalists, outfits win media awards". Sun Star. 29 April 2019.
  3. "DepEd Leyte ready for new normal classes". Sun Star. 19 August 2020.
  4. Cruz, Maricel (13 November 2020). "First digital free TV in E. Visayas". Manila Standard.