DYXL-TV

DYXL-TV, channel 4, was a television station of Philippine television network ABS-CBN Corporation. Its studios are located at the ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center, 26th Lacson Street, Bacolod, and its transmitter is located at Mt. Kanladog, Murcia, Negros Occidental.

DYXL-TV
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Bacolod
ChannelsAnalog: 4 (VHF)
Digital: 22 (UHF) (ISDB-T) (test broadcast)
Virtual: 1.16 (LCN)
BrandingABS-CBN TV-4 Bacolod
ABS-CBN Negros
SloganIn the Service of the Filipino
Programming
SubchannelsSee list
AffiliationsABS-CBN
Ownership
OwnerABS-CBN Corporation
DYEC-TV 22 (S+A)
DYAT-TV UHF 40 (ABS-CBN)
History
First air date
October 21, 1963; 57 years ago (1963-10-21)
Last air date
September 23, 1972; 48 years ago (1972-09-23)
(martial law)
May 5, 2020; 10 months ago (2020-05-05)
(legislative franchise lapsed)
Former call signs
DYBW-TV (1973-1978)
Former channel number(s)
Digital: 37 (UHF) (2016-2018)
  • Digital:
    23 (UHF, 2016-2019)
    37 (UHF, 2018-2019)
Banahaw Broadcasting Corporation (1973-1978)
GTV/MBS (1978-1986)
Technical information
ERPAnalog: 30 kW TPO
Digital: 5 kW TPO
Links
Websitewww.abs-cbn.com

HistoryEdit

  • October 21, 1963 - DYXL-TV channel 4, the first television station in Western Visayas, was launched by CBN (later merging into ABS-CBN from ABS).
  • 1973 - After the declaration of Martial Law by then-President Ferdinand Marcos, and the takeover of ABS-CBN by his crony, Roberto Benedicto, DYXL-TV reopened as DYBW-TV, and became part of the Banahaw Broadcasting Corporation (opposite DYCB-TV 3 in Cebu).
  • 1978 - Channel 4 became an owned-and-operated station of the government-owned GTV (later the Maharlika Broadcasting System, now People's Television Network). The call letters were reverted to the original DYXL-TV.
  • June 28, 1988 - DYXL-TV reopened under ABS-CBN, its original network and carries a variant of the Star Network ident with the famous numerical gold tri-ribbon channel 4 logo with a star at the end, with the number 4 being made up of three white stripes (later changed to the red, green and blue stripes, matching that of Channel 2 Manila's later idents).
  • December 12, 1988 - TV Patrol Negros (first known as TV Patrol 4 from 1988 to 1995/as TV Patrol Western Visayas from 1995 to 2001 tandem with TV Patrol Panay/as TV Patrol Bacolod from 2001 to 2007) becomes the station's flagship newscast.
  • 1989 - DYXL-TV started domestic satellite broadcasts to bring live broadcasts of Manila-sourced national programming to viewers in Negros Island. Months after the launch of the domestic satellite broadcast, the station's signal became reachable to viewers in Guimaras and Iloilo.
  • January 27, 1992 - DYXL-TV is relaunched as the network's flagship Negros station in preparation for the launch of the new Radio/TV Regional Network division (later renamed as Regional Network Group in 1995).
  • May 18, 1996 - ABS-CBN Bacolod moves to its state-of-the-art broadcast complex along 26th Lacson St. Touted by many as the most advanced broadcast facility in Western Visayas, its façade is almost similar to the ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center in Manila.
  • 1998-1999 - ABS-CBN Bacolod starts local production of soap operas using Hiligaynon.
  • May 5, 2020 - ABS-CBN Bacolod went off the air temporary suspended for the second time as a result of the cease and desist order of the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) after the franchise expiration.

ABS-CBN 4 Bacolod ProgramsEdit

Final airedEdit

Previously airedEdit

Digital televisionEdit

Digital channelsEdit

UHF Channel 22 (521.143 MHz)

Channel Video Aspect PSIP Short Name Programming Note
1.16 480i 4:3 ABS-CBN BACOLOD ABS-CBN Bacolod Test broadcast
1.17 SPORTS+ACTION S+A
1.18 CINEMO! Cine Mo! Encrypted
1.21 YEY! Yey!
1.22 DZMM Teleradyo DZMM TeleRadyo
1.23 KBO Kapamilya Box Office Requires subscription via SMS
1.24 240p ABS-CBN OneSeg ABS-CBN Bacolod 1seg broadcast

See alsoEdit