OP 12 was the name of the third channel of Belgium’s VRT. Op 12 launched on 14 May 2012, and closed on 31 December 2014.
In December 1997, the VRT’s second channel was split into two distinct channels: Canvas, aimed at an intellectual audience, and Ketnet, a children’s channel. Both channels were broadcast on the same frequency: Ketnet typically ran from 6am until 8pm, with Canvas broadcasting from 8pm until the early hours of the morning. On 14 May 2012, OP12 began evening broadcasts: these were primarily aimed at young people and expatriates living in Flanders, with cultural events and sport also being broadcast.
The VRT announced that evening broadcasts on OP12 would cease on December 31, 2014. The channel remains in use for overspill; for example, during major sporting events, and when extra programming from Eén and Canvas is broadcast, under the respective titles Eén+ and Canvas+.
Some programs on Op 12 TV : Carte Blanche; Fans of Flanders; The New Generation; De nieuwe lichting; My Mad Fat Diary; An Idiot Abroad – The Seven Wonders; The Fades; Wolven with audio description; Buiten de zone; dasbloghaus.tv
De Ridder; In Vlaamse velden; Magazinski; Push-it; True Blood; World of Jenks; Stille Waters; Witse;
New frequency of Op 12 and Op 12 HD
Eutelsat 9B at (9° East) : 12073 V 30000 3/4