DZEC-TV

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For the article about the television network, see Eagle Broadcasting Corporation and Net 25.
For radio station, see DZEC-AM.
DZEC-TV (Net 25 Manila)
Net 25 logo (2014).png
Metro Manila
City of license Quezon City
Branding Net 25
Slogan I'm One With 25
Channels Analog: 25 (UHF)
Digital: 49 (UHF, ISDB-T test broadcast) (ISDB-T)
Virtual: 1.2 (LCN)
Subchannels See list of subchannels
Affiliations Net 25
Owner Eagle Broadcasting Corporation
Founded July 27, 1999 (1999-07-27)
Call letters' meaning DZ
Eagle Broadcasting
Corporation
Former callsigns DWMJ-TV (1999–2008)
Former affiliations ACWS-United Broadcasting Network (1999–2000)
Planet 25 (2000–2001)
Transmitter power 50kw/120 kW TPO/7,896 kW ERP/24.5MW dedicated
Website eaglebroadcasting.net/net25tv

DZEC-TV channel 25 is the flagship station of Philippine television network Net 25, owned by Eagle Broadcasting Corporation. Its studios and transmitter are located at EBC Building, #25 Central Ave., Brgy. Culiat, Quezon City. Net 25 airs for 19 hours on weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight and 18 hours on weekends from 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight on free TV (although it broadcasts approx. 18-19 hrs. airing time) and 24 hours on cable and satellite providers.

It is on Channel 25 on terrestrial TV in Metro Manila, and with simulcast provincial stations broadcasting all of its programs via satellite over UHF Channel 41 in Cebu, and UHF Channel 39 in Davao. This station is also carried by major cable operators in the country led by SkyCable, Cablelink, Destiny Cable and Cignal Digital TV.

Digital television[edit]

Digital channels[edit]

UHF Channel 49 (683.143 MHz)

Channel Video Aspect PSIP Short Name Programming Note
1.1 N/A N/A INCTV INC TV
1.2 NET25 Net 25
1.3 H.264 4:3 DZEM DZEM Test Broadcast
1.4 DZEC DZEC
1.5 DWDM DWDM
1.31 N/A N/A INCTV 1seg INC TV 1seg 1seg
1.32 NET25 1seg Net 25 1seg

Network statistics[edit]

This station currently operates at 50 kilowatts transmitter power output & 7,896 kW ERP due to its network stability. Since they used the state-of-the-art JAMPRO 48-panel antenna and two 60 kW Acrodyne transmitters for the of 120 kilowatts of transmitter power (for a total of 7,896 kilowatts ERP) for the capability of 120 kilowatts of transmitter power (for a total of 7,896 kilowatts ERP) however, it operates only at 50 kilowatts TPO, as on year 2011 to present.

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