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DWIZ (882 kHz AM) is a 24-hour commercial news/talk broadcast radio station serving the Mega Manila market, which serves as the flagship broadcast property of Aliw Broadcasting Corporation, a subsidiary of the ALC Group of Companies.wikipedia
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Aliw Broadcasting Corporation

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DWIZ (882 kHz AM) is a 24-hour commercial news/talk broadcast radio station serving the Mega Manila market, which serves as the flagship broadcast property of Aliw Broadcasting Corporation, a subsidiary of the ALC Group of Companies.
It currently operates 12 radio stations (consisting of 10 FM and 2 AM stations) strategically located throughout the archipelago with its flagship radio stations DWIZ 882 AM and Home Radio Network.

Manila Broadcasting Company

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DWIZ officially started its broadcast operations on September 24, 1972 as DWIZ Sunshine City, owned and operated by Manila Broadcasting Company's affiliate, Philippine Broadcasting Corporation (and it was one of the stations established during the Martial Law for the first time, which dated 3 days from the issuance of the Proclamation No. 1081 (and it was formally announced the day after at that time).
The same year, MBC launched its sister station in Manila, DZMB (thru the establishment of Cebu Broadcasting Company) and DZPI (thru Philippine Broadcasting Corporation that the Elizaldes acquired from the Soriano family).

Obando, Bulacan

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Among them are: DZXL 558 (Radio Mindanao Network), Super Radyo DZBB 594 (GMA Network), DZMM Radyo Patrol 630 (ABS-CBN Corporation), DWIZ 882 (Aliw Broadcasting Corporation), DZIQ 990 kHz (Trans-Radio Broadcasting Corporation), DZEC Radyo Agila 1062 (Eagle Broadcasting Corporation), INC Radio DZEM 954 (Christian Era Broadcasting Service International), and DZME 1530 (Jose M. Luison and Sons, Inc.).

Antonio Cabangon-Chua

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It was then one of the most influential Top 40 music stations in Metro Manila from 1972 to 1986, when it shifted to a full service format with emphasis on news and music, that lasted until 1991, when Aliw Broadcasting Corporation, a radio network under the leadership of former Ambassador & Chairman Emeritus of the ALC Group of Companies, Mr. Antonio Cabangon Chua acquired the station.
"Ka Tony" Cabangon–Chua is also a tri-media magnate, having own some business interests related to media, including newspaper BusinessMirror, tabloid Pilipino Mirror, magazines Philippine Graphic Weekly, View and Cook and the radio network Aliw Broadcasting Corporation that operates AM radio station DWIZ and FM radio station Home Radio 97.9.

DZRH

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Leading the station's first years of broadcast are some of the anchors and reporters transferred from DZRH (one of them is Rey Langit, who eventually became the station manager in 1991, until he resigned in 2016).
The same year, MBC launched its sister station in Manila, DZMB and DZPI.

Karambola (radio program)

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In 2005, DWIZ launched Karambola, a morning political commentary program featuring a panel of journalists and columnists led by Jonathan De la Cruz.
It airs every weekday mornings on DWIZ in Metro Manila, and nationwide via syndication on Home Radio Network (provincial stations) and RPN Radyo Ronda.

RJ Nieto

Together with veteran journalists Jojo Robles, Conrad Banal and Jonathan Dela Cruz, Nieto currently serves as a co-host of the podcast of Karambola sa DWIZ 882, a radio and internet podcast program tackling political issues.

DZMM-AM

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Rene Jose (now with DWIZ and UNTV) delivered the first sign-on spiels, while Magpayo (who came from DWWW) was the first ever anchor to grace the airwaves of the new station with her program Dear Tiya Dely (before she transferred to DZRH to continue her program until her death in September 2008), followed by other broadcast icons like Jun Ricafrente (who also became one of the original reporters of the pre-Martial Law Radyo Patrol era), Cesar Mortega, Ric Tierro and de Castro, newly recruited women Mel Tiangco (now with GMA Network) and Angelique Lazo (now with Radyo Veritas and PTV), as well as Ernie Baron and Kuya Cesar.

Pilipino Mirror

In 2000, DWIZ relocated their studio from Dominga Building, Pasong Tamo, Makati City (home of Aliw's sister companies BusinessMirror and Pilipino Mirror) to their current home in Citystate Centre in Shaw Boulevard, Pasig.

Alex Santos (newscaster)

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A year after, he left ABS-CBN, now a news director at DWIZ 882 kHz and a news anchor of PTV.

Radio Philippines Network

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On January 3, 2014, DWIZ signed a 3-year memorandum of agreement with Radio Philippines Network (owner of CNN Philippines-affiliated stations and Radyo Ronda) for the expanded coverage of the both TV and radio networks nationwide.
RPN also operates regional AM radio stations under the brand Radyo Ronda, serving as partial affiliate of sister station DWIZ in Metro Manila.

DWQZ

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*DWIZ 882 - an AM radio station also owned by Aliw Broadcasting Corporation

AM broadcasting

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DWIZ (882 kHz AM) is a 24-hour commercial news/talk broadcast radio station serving the Mega Manila market, which serves as the flagship broadcast property of Aliw Broadcasting Corporation, a subsidiary of the ALC Group of Companies.

Talk radio

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DWIZ (882 kHz AM) is a 24-hour commercial news/talk broadcast radio station serving the Mega Manila market, which serves as the flagship broadcast property of Aliw Broadcasting Corporation, a subsidiary of the ALC Group of Companies.

Radio broadcasting

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DWIZ (882 kHz AM) is a 24-hour commercial news/talk broadcast radio station serving the Mega Manila market, which serves as the flagship broadcast property of Aliw Broadcasting Corporation, a subsidiary of the ALC Group of Companies.

Mega Manila

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DWIZ (882 kHz AM) is a 24-hour commercial news/talk broadcast radio station serving the Mega Manila market, which serves as the flagship broadcast property of Aliw Broadcasting Corporation, a subsidiary of the ALC Group of Companies.

Studio

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The station's studio is located at the 5th Floor, Citystate Centre, 709 Shaw Boulevard, Brgy.

Transmitter

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Oranbo, Pasig City, while its transmitter is located at Osmeña St., Brgy.

Holy Week

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DWIZ operates 24 hours daily except on Mondays where it signs off at 12:00 MN to 4:00 AM, and except Holy Week where it signs off at 12:00 MN of Maundy Thursday to 4:00 AM of Easter Sunday.

Maundy Thursday

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DWIZ operates 24 hours daily except on Mondays where it signs off at 12:00 MN to 4:00 AM, and except Holy Week where it signs off at 12:00 MN of Maundy Thursday to 4:00 AM of Easter Sunday.

Easter

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DWIZ operates 24 hours daily except on Mondays where it signs off at 12:00 MN to 4:00 AM, and except Holy Week where it signs off at 12:00 MN of Maundy Thursday to 4:00 AM of Easter Sunday.

Geneva Frequency Plan of 1975

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It was then known as DZPI from 1949 to 1972, broadcasting at 800 kHz until November 1978 when it transferred to 882 kHz due to the adoption of the 9 kHz spacing for medium wave stations as stipulated by the Geneva Frequency Plan of 1975 (aka GE75) supplanting the NARBA mandated 10 kHz spacing rule.

Proclamation No. 1081

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DWIZ officially started its broadcast operations on September 24, 1972 as DWIZ Sunshine City, owned and operated by Manila Broadcasting Company's affiliate, Philippine Broadcasting Corporation (and it was one of the stations established during the Martial Law for the first time, which dated 3 days from the issuance of the Proclamation No. 1081 (and it was formally announced the day after at that time).

Rey Langit

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Leading the station's first years of broadcast are some of the anchors and reporters transferred from DZRH (one of them is Rey Langit, who eventually became the station manager in 1991, until he resigned in 2016).

BusinessMirror

Business Mirror
In 2000, DWIZ relocated their studio from Dominga Building, Pasong Tamo, Makati City (home of Aliw's sister companies BusinessMirror and Pilipino Mirror) to their current home in Citystate Centre in Shaw Boulevard, Pasig.