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GMA Network continues to reject Japanese digital TV standard

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MANILA, Philippines—GMA Network Inc. continues to buck the industry, rejecting once again the digital television standard developed in Japan, despite recent endorsements for the platform from all other major broadcast networks and government regulators.

In a statement, GMA Network admitted that it was currently conducting field tests using Japan’s Integrated Services Digital Broadcasting platform for terrestrial television (ISDB-T).

But the company remained unconvinced, saying it would not abandon its position favoring the second-generation Digital Video Broadcasting platform for terrestrial TV (DVB-T2), which it considered to be the best technology available in the market today.

“GMA continues to maintain its position that the country should adopt DVB-T2 standard over the ISDB-T, given the clear technical superiority of the European standard,” the company said.

GMA Network also said that while it was currently conducting tests utilizing the Japanese standard, “this does not mean that it has conceded its position favoring DVB-T2 nor that it has adopted ISDB-T.”

GMA earlier described the ISDB-T standard as inferior to the European platform, which offered lower power consumption and better data transmission.

The company likewise cited the more widespread adoption of the DVB-T2 standard around the world, which would result in better economies of scale that would bring equipment prices down.

ABS-CBN Corp. of the Lopez group has been conducting tests on digital TV since 2011 using the ISDB-T standard.

Manuel V. Pangilinan’s TV5 likewise started ISDB-T field tests late last year.

The Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP) has also endorsed the ISDB-T standard, describing it as a better fit for the Philippines since the technology was developed in Japan which, like the Philippines, is a disaster-prone archipelago.

The National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) last month also expressed its support for the ISDB-T standard.

The NTC cited the lower prices of set-top boxes—devices needed by older TV sets to convert digital signals to pictures and sounds—giving the ISDB-T an edge over the European platform.

Digital TV broadcasting allows for the transmission of larger amounts of data over airwaves, promising cable TV-quality services for free-to-air TV subscribers.









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  • chitetskoy

    GMA ang daming dada tungkol sa DTV standard… ang daming dada bago pa nila nagsimulang mag-test ang ISDB-T. siguro bago sana silang magdada subukan din nila yung pinagmamalaki nilang DVB-T2… baka sa bandang huli sila pa ang mapahiya.

  • chitetskoy

    eh di kapag napagdesisyunan na ng NTC na mag-ISDB-T na ang buong Pilipinas eh mag-isa ang GMA na magbroadcast gamit ang DVB-T2. lol.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003690759964 Roel Stephen S. Manuel

    ako ay isang jeepney driver. walang alam sa technical features nyang isdb-t and dvb-t2.

    kahit ako’y isang jeepney driver, masinop ako sa pera kaya nakabili ako ng 32″ sony bravia (32ex520) na ang digital broadcast na nire-recieve is DVB-T2.

    pabor sa akin kung mag-iba ng simoy ng hangin at hindi na isdb-t ang standard natin ng digital broadcast dahil hindi ko na kelangan bumili ng set top box.

    pero ako ay nasa syudad kaya may pakinabang sa akin ang t2. pano ang mga nasa bulubundukin na lugar? sa mga lugar rin na nahaharangan ng matataas na bundok tulad ng parteng aurora province and eastern side ng quezon province. sa mga lugar na malayo sa kabihasnan. sa mga lugar na napapalibutan ng katubigan o sa dulo na ng pilipinas tulad ng babuyan island at sulu province. silang mga tiga-roon na kahit napakataas na ng antenna ay pangit pa rin ang tv signal reception. maganda pa rin kaya ang T2 sa mga lugar na yun since ang T2 at tested lamang sa parteng europa na walang maraming isla at mga bundok na para bang walang katapusan tulad ng bansa natin?

    ang ating bansa ay nasa ring of fire. ang asawa ko ay tiga-infanta quezon. delikado sa tsunami dahil sa open sea ang lugar nila (fronting pacific ocean). mahina ang tv signal sa lugar nila dahil sa nagtataasang bundok ng sierra madre. at tulad ng karamihan ng mga tiga-probinsya, hindi uso sa mga tiga-roon ang maging updated sa mga balita. pano kung lumindol pala sa may pacific ocean? mamamatay nalang sila dahil wala silang balita na may paparating na tsunami dahil di naman sila updated sa mga pangyayari.

    ginawa ng mga hapon ang teknolohiyang isdb-t dahil na rin sa komposisyon ng bansa nila na tulad ng pilipinas, ito ay isang archipelago at nasa ring of fire. nasubukan na nila ang teknolohiyang yun sa mga disaster tulad nung huling beses na dinaanan sila ng malakas na lindol at tsunami dahil sa EWS feature ng ISDB-T na wala ang DVB-T2. madaling nakakabalita ang mga hapon sa paparating na trahedya dahil na rin sa feature na ito.

    pabor sa akin ang DVB-T2 dahil wala akong gastos sa STB, pero dahil na rin sa nae-experience ko ang buhay sa infanta quezon pag kami ay umuuwi doon, inilulugar ko ang sarili ko sa mga tiga roon at sa iba pang mga lugar na may kapareho ng kapalaran sa panonood ng tv. mas kinakailangan ang ISDB-T sa mga probinsya. ang ating bansa ay hindi isang malaking kapatagan o isang malaking isla na pupwede ang DVB-T2 na ipinapagpilitan ng GMA. tayo ay archipelago, puro bundok, puro isla. hindi na usapin dito kung alin ang mura o mahal na STB at kung mura o mahal ang migration ng tv station. ang kailangan natin ay yung mapapakinabangan ng pilipino saan man sya sa pilipinas, syudad man o probinsya. kabundukan, kapatagan o sa mga isla.

    kaya para sa akin, ISDB-T nalang. ano lang naman kung bibili ako ng STB, lahat naman tayo na hindi isdb-t ready ang tv na ginagamit bibili nun eh. dahil kung DVB-T2 ii-implement dito, oo di na ako bibili, pano naman ang mga nasa probinsya na bibili ng STB pero di nila mapapakinabangan ng maayos ang DVB-T2, anong silbi ng kanilang paggastos kung ganun?

    sana mag-isip na ang GMA. sila nalang ang nakakasagabal sa pagpapatupad ng ISDB-T dito sa pinas na dapat ay napapakinabangan na ng lahat. dahil sa kanila hindi makapaglabas ng IRR ang NTC. pinagpipilitan nila ang T2 samantalang kahit sila hindi pa naman nasubukan yun. since ganyan sila ka-angas, subukan nilang mag-trial broadcast on both ISDB-T and DVB-T2 para makapag side-by-side comparison kung ano superior sa dalawa. gastusan nila pareho hindi yung satsat sila ng satsat wala pa naman silang pruweba. at sana i-test nila ito sa probinsya, hindi dito sa maynila lang. puro yabang. kaya di tayo umaasenso dahil may mga sadyang sumasagabal sa mga bagay na tulad nito.

    may nabasa pa ako sa DVB-T2 na kung nanonood ka ng tv while on the move, let’s say sakay ka ng bus or car na may kabilisan ng takbo, nagiging SD broadcast nalang ang HD broadcast. hindi daw ito nangyayari sa ISDB-T kahit nasa mabilis kang sasakyan. another plus point sa ISDB-T over DVB-T2.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GEL5M676WZ7BLFR4SNH66WKRZM Bigboy I

    the president should intercede on this problem instead of campaigning for team pnoy!

  • cooldoods

    Regardless of the standard adopted, cheap set top boxes will be available because there will be great demand. So we might as well go for the technically-superior standard.

  • Bojo Mojo

    perhaps our country should go for DVB-T standard….because almost all of smart TVs in the market nowadays from leading manufacturers like samsung, lg & sony have built in DTV tuner based on DVB-T & DVB-C standards..none of them have japanese standard….therefore you won’t need set top box anymore with these smart TVs…which means savings…

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003690759964 Roel Stephen S. Manuel

      meron din naman pong ISDB-T SMART TV ang mga tv manufacturers since naglalabas din sila ng mga smart tv sa japan. pero since hindi pa final ang IRR ng NTC, stick sila sa pagbenta ng DVB-T smart tv dito. marketing strategy ito ng mga manufacturers. alam naman na nila na may possibility ang ISDB-T implementation dito, di nila nilalabas dito ang ISDB-T tvs para pag final na yung IRR, chaka nila ito ibebenta. tayong end consumer, syempre dahil sa walang ka-kuntentuhan. bibili din tayo ng ganun. doble benta para sa kanila.

  • brunogiordano

    Ang gagastos para mag convert sa DIGITAL TV ay ang mga TV STATION OWNERS.

    Sa televiewers ang gastos ay ang pag bili ng SET UP BOX upang magamit natin ang kasalukuyan TV natin.

    Alin set up box ang mura?????

    Sa ngayon mas mura ang set up box para sa DVB-T2 at mas maraming models na mapamimilian.

    Sa buong mundo maraming bansa din DVB-T2 ang pinili dahil mas maganda ang reception ang nare received nito.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001808264493 Clarence Rafael Gatchalian Alv

      Bakit sir? Sa ibang bansa ka ba bibili ng set top box mo? Kaya nga magkakaroon ng STB production dito sa Pilipinas for ISDB-T para mas makuha natin ng mas mura ang STB eh.

      Saka hello, nagtingin ka ba talaga ng kung ano ang mas mura? Baka naman DVB-T ang nakita mo, hindi T2?

      Saka how dare you to tell na mas maganda ang reception ng DVB-T2 kesa sa ISDB-T? Natesting mo na sir? Kasi kami sa DTV Pilipinas, we’re sure of ISDB-T tests around every TV network, yung DVB-T2 ng GMA, hindi man lang ma-test ni isang araw…

  • http://joboni96.myopenid.com/ joboni96

    mga businessmen lang ang makikinabang dyan

    1. hardware suppliers
    2. digital tv sellers
    3. consultants
    4. tv networks – more channels, more income from commercials

    hindi naman kailangan ng taong bayan ang digital tv

    tayo pa nga pag nenegosyohan ulit at
    pagbebentahan ng digital tv at set top box

    environmental problem pa
    disposal ng mga di na oobrang analog tv

    dahil kikita na naman ang nasa gobyerno
    ipapabalikat na naman ito sa taong bayan

    masabi lang hi tech at naka usu

    • brunogiordano

      “hindi naman kailangan ng taong bayan ang digital tv”

      OK lang kung iyon ang iyong paniwala.

      Subalit marami na rin kaming may nais na magkaroon na agad ng digital tv upang mapanood ang tunay na ganda ng aming WIDE screen, HIGH definition LED tv.

      At kung sakaling magkaroon na digital tv, hindi naman agad aalisin ang analog tv.

      • http://joboni96.myopenid.com/ joboni96

        pagkakaperahan muna setop boxes

        mag hd cable ka muna
        to enjoy your imaginary WIDE screen, HIGH definition LED tv

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001808264493 Clarence Rafael Gatchalian Alv

      How come do you know businessmen lang ang mga makikinabang?

      Content-wise, consumers can now choose what programs they want to watch (as long as TV networks offer more channels to cater specific programming soon)… We need more frequency, hindi mo ba alam na nasasayang ang mga frequency bands na hindi naman nagagamit sa analog television as per ITU requires?

      Global standard ang pag-shift sa digital television sir, baka gusto mo munang mag-research research ng mga bagay-bagay about the migration to digital terrestrial television.

      • http://joboni96.myopenid.com/ joboni96

        paano ba makikinabang madlang masa?

        sa hd radio ka kumuha ng frequencies
        ng di madisturbo mga madlang masa

        at di matambakan ng gabundok na tv
        ang mga dumpsites

        if you want content
        read and digitize
        the national library collection

        instead of facebook/twitter etc blabber

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001808264493 Clarence Rafael Gatchalian Alv

        Alam mo ba yung sinasabi mong HD Radio frequency? Oh no. I think you should be the one reading at the National Library sir!

        HD Radio is using in parallel analog FM radio frequency. HD Radio broadcasts both analog and digital FM radio, baka lang hindi mo alam.

  • Bojo Mojo

     DVB-T2′s is far superior than ISDB-T…sa DVB-T2 ang video ay natural at buhay na buhay ang kulay at linaw ng audio kesa ISDB-T…

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001808264493 Clarence Rafael Gatchalian Alv

      Sir, wala sa kulay at linaw ng audio ang standards. Both DVB-T2 and ISDB-T uses MPEG-4 AVC and AAC as the video and audio codec so depende na lang sa content provider kung maganda o pangit ang kalalabasan ng program sa TV mo, as well as the transmission and reception plus other factors.

      Nagkaiba ang DTV standards na yan sa mode and hierarchical transmission, napaka-superior nga ng DVB-T2 pero napaka-complex ang mode of transmission. Bukod dun, we are about to be the first country to test DVB-T2 on a 6-MHz TV bandwidth, which is I think napaka-crucial to test these days kasi we only have 2 years before the analog shut-off commences. Marami ka pang dapat mabasa technically about these two standards to know which is really suited for the Philippines.

      • Bojo Mojo

        alam ko the two standards comparison is not all about color & audio clarity…i was just saying that it’s only one of the aspects where DVBT2 excels over ISDB-T….

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001808264493 Clarence Rafael Gatchalian Alv

        Kasi kung sa color? Parang same lang ang color space sa both standards, technically all DTV standards around the world… What we should compare is the bitrate for audio and video…

        In fact, DVB-T2 has superior video and audio bitrates, mga 40% improvement compared to ISDB-T, pero that’s not the real point though. Yung hirap ng reception, as well as hirap din ng transmission over that kind amount of bitrate is huge. Technically speaking, robustness of signal is sacrificial versus data rate transmitted.

        Masyado nang technical sana ang i-e-explain ko, pero mahirap i-divulge every aspect to tell whether how superior DVB-T2 is. Pero at the same amount or mode of transmission for both DVB-T2 and ISDB-T is that, they are almost at par from each other.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XNHDEVDBPGZ3MUDNEO33ECSFQ4 Rygee

        Sir parang handa magsalita sa isang network ah?

  • Iggy Ramirez

    Who cares about which is the better the technology? Either of which will give superior clarity and resolution several times over than what the current crappy technology all local TV stations are offering.
    The real question is, if we had this technology, can these TV stations offer better programs to match the standards offered by either of these technologies? 

    With the crappy, cheap, and stupid programming ABS-CBN, GMA, TV5, RPN, ABC, UNTV, among others broadcast, does anyone of them really have the right to say that someone has a “better” technology? Ha! In your face.

    Ang kakapal naman ng mga mukha ng mga tong magsabi kung anong mas OK na technology e puro tąe, kabob0han, kabaklaan, at katangahan naman ang pinapalabas.

    I will never spare a single cent for a set top box just to watch shows from these stations.

    As long as we have cable providers that can broadcast 1080p and 5.1 Dolby Digital, we don’t need no costly upgrade from these free channels. Anyway, nobody watches them except stupid, poor, gays, and people who cannot afford cable, all of whom by the way are doing this country a great deal of harm and who don’t know sh!t about technology.

    Why bother? stupid Filipinos will never know which is standard definition and which is high definition as long as they get their daily dose of stupid shows in Tagalog.

    “Better technology”… pwe.

    • Bojo Mojo

       hahaha…i like your comment!

      • Iggy Ramirez

        Haha. By the way, I checked wikipedia and it shows only 4 countries  in Asia  and most countries in South America have adopted the ISDB. Thailand has switched to DVB-T, so that leaves 3 countries in Asia that adopt ISDB.

        North America (US and Canada) and South Korea use the ATSC standard. China, Hongkong, and Macau are using China-made DTMB.

        Since Philippines will be using the ISDB, Japanese may choose Philippines as the  place to set up plant for the production of the boxes and accessories or boost R&D activities for this standard. If the components are locally made, we may not need to pay a premium for imported items. We may even export set top boxes to South American countries or to Japan itself.

        The good part is we can receive transmission for NHK shows. I would like to wake up on Saturday mornings and turn on to NHK’s “A guide to travelling in Japan” and watch the mesmerizing Japanese landscape.

        What’s even better is that we may have direct broadcast from TV 7 Tokyo that airs Naruto every Wednesday. All we really need to do is learn Japanese. Hehe.

        And the best part is, Japan broadcasts pórn at 12 PM (11 PM in Philippines). Can’t stress enough how much better that is.

        So get that mótherfúcking ISDB connected now! Dámn stupid GMA.

        Whichever GMA decides to adopt, either way, people will have access to better shows abroad. If the Philippines adopted DVB, Philippine channels will see their own demise faster than they can say Digital Video Broadcasting Two due to a plethora of better channels from countries that adopt DVB.

      • http://www.manila-voice.com/ 대성공

        ISDB-T means Integrated Services Digital Broadcasting - Terrestrial,  if you remember few years ago NTC embargo some frequencies on the range of 200Mhz to 500Mhz on FM (frequency modulation) before NTC uses the frequency for broadcasting on audio on lo-fi. This frequency will be the standard for ISBD-T2 in Philippines..So from Digital Broadcast – to Analog – To Digital = HD output.

        Yung sinasabi nyo po na kailangan ng Satellite Dish is ISDB – S.

      • Iggy Ramirez

        Wala naman akong sinasabing satellite ah.

        Joke lang.

        I realized I was wrong about using satellite with ISDB-T. So I removed it long I before I’ve read your comment. Maybe you saw it the moment I pressed submit.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001808264493 Clarence Rafael Gatchalian Alv

        Broadcasting from Japan technically will not reach the Philippine shores, as if you’re joking. And besides, I don’t know if you’re interested in any of the standards we’re talking about.

        Due to the country’s law, Philippines can still never show foreign networks over-the-air (terrestrial TV), as the law requires Filipino ownership of a broadcast station, not like Singapore that they have Asian counterparts of some of the most well-respected foreign broadcasters.

        But still I commend you pointing out the facilitation of Japan for R&D on the set top boxes to lower cost, which is the only right you’ve said.

      • Iggy Ramirez

        I am at awe at how smart you are in deciphering my extremely obvious nonexistent interest in this hullabaloo of standards. I don’t give a fúcking rat’s aśs about what you think, as if you are the smartest person in the grocery store. The fúck I care.

        You can eat your sh!t aśshole.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001808264493 Clarence Rafael Gatchalian Alv

        Sign of nothing to say. Oh no. Why don’t you first eat your sh** before you say anything?

      • man_1145

        Clarence, eh paano kung nagkaroon ng charter change, ano’ng mangyayari dyan sa sinasabi mo, at saka, di ba sa Philippine digital TV, di ba magkakaroon din dyan yung NHK World at saka KBS World, di ba?

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001808264493 Clarence Rafael Gatchalian Alv

        Yes, that’s the only thing na pwedeng magkaroon ang Pilipinas ng foreign channels. Pero I don’t think for NHK World, as well as KBS World, to have an exclusive Philippine broadcast since both networks are only broadcasting as where as they are originated.

        Mas malaking possibility pa yung mga Fox channels, as well as Sony Pictures Television channels and Star network, in free TV.

      • man_1145

        Guys wait, di ba sa Singapore, imbes na abutin din talaga dyan yung mga selected channels from Malaysia and Indonesia, di ba, inaabot rin talaga yung mga selected channels from the Philippines, di ba?

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001808264493 Clarence Rafael Gatchalian Alv

        All broadcasters, as per NTC and KBP standards, are in mandatory to not interfere other channels locally, as well as internationally. And looking onto bandwidths of other neighbor countries, we are the only one using 6MHz frequency, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore are using 7MHz frequency. We are also using NTSC, and others are using PAL, so walang pagkakataon na magkaroon ng reception ang ibang bansa sa Philippine broadcasts.

    • maysayako

      well said! isama mo na rin ang net 25, propaganda tv ng mga corrupt, una, erap, marcos..

      • man_1145

        It’s because Net 25 owned by the INC. And, the INC also supports the corrupt politicians.

    • brunogiordano

      “I will never spare a single cent for a set top box just to watch shows from these stations.”

      Kung ayaw di huwag kang bumili ng set top box.

      May ilang taon pa rin hindi aalisin kaagad ang analog transmission.

      Pero kami nais namin na maging digital tv transmission na agad para ma enoy namin ang ang tunay na ganda ng wide screen LED TV namin.

      • Iggy Ramirez

        Bobo naman nito. Sinabi ko na nga hindi ako bibili e.

        Para may masabi lang tungkol sa “wide screen LED TV namin” (nye nye nye nye nye)

        Siguro ninakaw niyo lang yang “wide screen LED TV namin” na yan kasi hindi niyo kayang magpakabit ng cable.

        Hindi mo ba alam sa cable meron full HD broadcast?

        Tanga talaga. Me “wide scree LED TV namin” pa tapos aantayin ang broadcast from GMA. Maryosep. Tanga naman nito.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003690759964 Roel Stephen S. Manuel

        masyado kang mataas magsalita. kahit ako wala ring hilig sa tagalog pero hindi ibig sabihin nun hindi ako naghahangad ng pag-improve ng tv signal from analog to digital broadcast. yun ay dahil iniluugar ko yung sarili ko sa mas nakararaming mga tiga probinsya na di kasing palad sa signal ng analog tv di tulad dito sa maynila or sa mga naka-cable tv.

        ikaw na! ikaw na ang may cable provider, may pera ka eh. pano yung mga wala, problema na nila yun? ganun ba sagot mo?

        wag kang mapanlait brad. i’m sure, kung lahat lang may pambili ng fullhd tv at may pang subscribe sa digital cable tv provider syempre gusto rin nila yun. pero hindi lahat sing-palad mo kaya yung iba naghihintay nalang kung kelan ang implementation nito.

        btw kahit ako di ko rin trip mga shows dito. siguro mahihilig lang ako sa tv kung fullHD na rin ang broadcast and true 5.1 yung audio.

      • Iggy Ramirez

        Gusto ko rin naman maimprove ang TV signal. Naiinis lang ako sa GMA kasi maarte sila at hinahanap nila yung best technology daw. E yung mga best program nga nila hindi nga good enough para dun sa technology ng ISDB na sinasabi nilang inferior daw sa DVB. Kapal naman nila. At least 10 years pa bago matapatan nila ang status ng quality ng technology na sinasabi nilang inferior.

        Totoo naman ang sinasabi ko. Ke full HD yan o hindi walang pakialam ang mga mahihirap diyan basta makapanood lang sila. Kahit magconduct ka pa ng survey, ang mga respondents na gustong magkaroon ng improved performance ay yung mga tao lang na kayang bumili ng mga gadget na katulad mo. Meron ka ngang HD signal pero di mo rin naman kayang bumili ng HD TV kahit yung 720p lang e, wala ding silbi yun.

        Kaya sa GMA, wag masyado mataas ang tingin nila sa sarili nila kasi walang kuwenta naman ang mga programming nila.



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