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Canal Vasco

How to tune in to Canal Vasco

eitb.com

09/12/2011

Canal Vasco is designed for South and North America and American audiences. Programmes are mostly broadcast in Spanish while Basque language emissions appear with subtitles.

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Generally speaking, scheduling on Canal Vasco is aimed at a broad audience and not only those of Basque origin or with an interest in the Basque Country. It is aimed at all those interested in finding out more and getting closer to Europe. Canal Vasco is a two-way process: it works to bring Basque culture closer to the Americas and American and Latin American culture closer to Euskadi.

There are three main features in Canal Vasco's television scheduling; they are news, sport and cultural and leisure items.

How to tune Canal Vasco into your set

The following information provides the technical details necessary for tuning in to Canal Vasco from the Americas:

North America

- Satellite: GALAXY 23, 121º West
- Plataform: Transpondor 4
- Frequency: 3.780
- Polarity: Vertical
- Symbol rate: 28.280 Msymbol/seg.
- FEC: 7/8

South American

- Satellite: Hispasat 1C en 30º West
- Frec: 12.052 Mhz. V
- Transp: 59
- Sym Rate: 27500 MSY m/sg
- FEC: ¾
- Service ID: 110
- Video pid 4256
- Audio pid 4257

Euskadi Irrati and Radio Euskadi are available on these settings:

Radio Euskadi

Service ID: 213
PID audio: 44

Euskadi Irratia

Service ID: 212
PID audio: 43

Contact us

Anyone who wishes to get in touch with us may do so by calling one of our phone numbers or sending an e-mail to the address provided below:

Responsable de Difusión Internacional de EITB
Unai Ortuzar
Telephone: +(34) 946563000

Secretaria
Agurne Castañeda Landa
Telephone: +(34) 946563000

Alternatively, you may write to us with your suggestions at: canalvasco.etbsat@eitb.com

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