Watch out for DOSTv: The Filipino Weather Channel

  • The Department of Science and Technology will launch its own television channel called DOSTv
  • It will feature the latest weather updates and forecast
  • DOSTv aims to reach a wider audience in bringing the latest news on S&T developments in the country

The Department of Science and Technology will launch its own television channel called DOSTv on May 30 this year. Touted as the“Filipino Weather Channel,” DOSTv will feature the latest weather updates and forecast, as well as science and technology stories in the country.

DOSTv will initially air over the Internet at http://www.dostv.ph. It can also be accessed at www.science.ph and www.dostv.ph/youtube.

On its launch broadcast, DOSTv will feature Diwata-1, the first Filipino microsatellite, which was launched into orbit last April 27. Viewers will have a look on the vital role of Diwata-1 in forecasting the daily weather in the Philippines. DOSTv will also show the features of Diwata-1, the people behind Diwata’s development, the benefits it will bring to the country, and other interesting details.

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Diwata-1 – Public Domain Image

DOSTv’s weather updates are important factors in decision making, such as in events planning. In adverse conditions, weather updates are important in disaster preparedness, especially in areas prone to flooding, landslides, and other hazards.

By initially airing over the internet, DOSTv also aims to reach a wider audience in bringing the latest news on S&T developments in the Philippines.

Produced by DOST-Science and Technology Information Institute, DOSTv is the science department’s latest initiative in helping the country to be more prepared for disasters and more aware of S&T developments.

For more updates on DOSTv, please visit and like

https://www.facebook.com/DOSTvPH or

follow instagram.com/dostvph and

www.twitter.com/DOSTvPH

#DOSTv  #DOSTvPH #dostPH #filipinoweather (S&T Media Service, DOST-STII)

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