The Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) says it will change its broadcast frequency on the Hotbird satellite this weekend, stopping airing on its current frequency.
According to a statement by the IRIB’s technical department, Iran’s state television will stop broadcasting on the current Hotbird frequency — 12437 — and all its channels, including the English-speaking 24-hour Press TV news network, will shift to the new frequency, 10775. Other specifications of the new frequency, which will become effective as of March 3, are as follows:
Symbol rate: 29900
The statement added that both frequencies will remain active until the IRIB channels completely shift to the new frequency.