DWKX

103.5 K-Lite103.5 Max FM103.5 Wow FMAdvanced Media Broadcasting SystemDWCS103.5 K-Lite FMCapricorn Production & ManagementHeart 103.5Max FM
DWKX (103.5 FM), branded as 103.5 K-Lite, is a commercial FM radio station operating 24 hours a day, broadcasting songs from the 1990s, 2000s, and a handful of the 2010s.wikipedia
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DWJM

Jam 88.3Citylite 88.3 (now Jam 88.3)DWCT-FM
Its lite alternative format has since been carried over to sister station Jam 88.3.
The station began shifted its format to a lite alternative/pop after the demise of 103.5 K-Lite in December a year ago.

Jessica Zafra

Through the years, K-Lite aired quality talk shows, including the groundbreaking program, 'Talk Back' with Joshua (replaced by Vince Faner in 1998) and Jinji, as well as 'Nitelite' with Li'l David, Monica and The Blade, 'Girl Talk' with Monica and Jinji, 'Sportslite' with Anthony Suntay and 'Twisted' with Jessica Zafra and Li'l David.
* Twisted on a Sunday, 103.5 K-Lite FM

DWAV

Wave 89.1Wave 8911st Wave 89.1 Urban Music Awards
In addition, DWKX also became the first fully licensed commercial dance radio outlet to cover Metro Manila since the demise of 89 DMZ, whose frequency is currently occupied by rhythmic contemporary sister station Wave 891.
Since 2015, former Magic and Max FM station manager Nelson Capulso ("Sgt. Pepper"/"The Sarge") has been the station manager of Wave 89.1.

DZUR

107.9 U Radio107.9 U-RadioBrainstone Broadcasting Inc.
DWKX's flip to dance put them in competition with DZUR, whose direction focuses mostly on pure underground club content, as opposed to DWKX's straight-ahead broader approach.
In 2009, the station picked up new competition from 103.5 Max FM (now 103.5 K-Lite), whose approach tends to favor more commercialized dance fare as opposed to its pure underground formula.

DWTM

Magic 89.9parent stationFernando Gómez de Liaño
On April 21, 2014, 103.5 K-Lite was reformatted as a mainstream CHR station, with the slogan The Beat of Manila (similar to the summer slogan of sister station, Magic 89.9), with slightly vacated timeslots.
On November 29, 1999, Magic 89.9 transferred its studios from PHILCOMCEN Building in Pasig City to the Paragon Plaza Building in Mandaluyong City to share facilities with sister stations 99.5 RT (now 99.5 Play FM) and 103.5 K-Lite, Mellow Touch 94.7 (now Mellow 947), DWBL 1242 and DWSS 1494.

Tiger 22 Media Corporation

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It is owned and operated by Advanced Media Broadcasting System, and is one of the partner stations of Tiger 22 Media.
It is an aggrupation of five-partner radio brands under the Vera family: Magic 89.9 and its provincial network Magic Nationwide, Jam 88.3, Wave 89.1, 99.5 Play FM, and 103.5 K-Lite.

DWRT-FM

99.5 Play FM99.5 RT99.5 Hit FM
The format resembles of the first iteration of 99.5 RT, which at that time was known as 99.5 Hit FM.
The jingles were made by German audio imaging company Sound Quadrat and its US-based subsidiary Benztown Branding, whose other clients include leading European CHR stations BBC Radio 1 (United Kingdom), Europa Plus (Russia) and NRJ (France), as well as Play FM's sister station 103.5 K-Lite.

Francine Prieto

Anne Marie Sio Falcon
Following the resignation of Mr. Fu (who returned to his originating radio station Energy FM), who was preceded by that of Francine Prieto, the remaining DJs had their final broadcast on July 17, to make way for a new branding come July 22, though the station will still use the Wow FM moniker until the end.

FM broadcasting

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DWKX (103.5 FM), branded as 103.5 K-Lite, is a commercial FM radio station operating 24 hours a day, broadcasting songs from the 1990s, 2000s, and a handful of the 2010s.

Frequency modulation

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DWKX (103.5 FM), branded as 103.5 K-Lite, is a commercial FM radio station operating 24 hours a day, broadcasting songs from the 1990s, 2000s, and a handful of the 2010s.

Radio broadcasting

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DWKX (103.5 FM), branded as 103.5 K-Lite, is a commercial FM radio station operating 24 hours a day, broadcasting songs from the 1990s, 2000s, and a handful of the 2010s.

Studio

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Its studio and transmitter are located at Unit 906A, Paragon Plaza Building, EDSA corner Reliance St., Mandaluyong City.

EDSA (road)

EDSAEpifanio de los Santos AvenueEpifanio delos Santos Avenue
Its studio and transmitter are located at Unit 906A, Paragon Plaza Building, EDSA corner Reliance St., Mandaluyong City.

Philippine Broadcasting Service

Radyo PilipinasPBSBureau of Broadcast Services
The station started on December 18, 1979 as DPI Radio 1, which was owned and operated by the government of the Philippines through Department of Public Information, under the call letters of DWIM-FM.

DZRB-AM

Radyo Pilipinas 1 738DZRBRadyo ng Bayan
It was then a simulcast station of DPI Radio 1 710 kHz with its callsign DZFM, which aired music, news and weather.

DWFT

104.3 FM2DWBRDWIM-FM
It then lasted until 1986 when DPI Radio 1 moved its frequency to 104.3 MHz, which it changed its callsign to DWBR while the 103.5 frequency was sold to the Archdiocese of Manila through Global Broadcasting System (which would later acquire Radio Veritas 5 years later) via a government-sponsored bidding and changed its call letters to DWCS.

Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila

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It then lasted until 1986 when DPI Radio 1 moved its frequency to 104.3 MHz, which it changed its callsign to DWBR while the 103.5 frequency was sold to the Archdiocese of Manila through Global Broadcasting System (which would later acquire Radio Veritas 5 years later) via a government-sponsored bidding and changed its call letters to DWCS.

DZRV-AM

Radio VeritasDZRVRadyo Veritas
It then lasted until 1986 when DPI Radio 1 moved its frequency to 104.3 MHz, which it changed its callsign to DWBR while the 103.5 frequency was sold to the Archdiocese of Manila through Global Broadcasting System (which would later acquire Radio Veritas 5 years later) via a government-sponsored bidding and changed its call letters to DWCS.

Manila

Manila, PhilippinesCity of ManilaMaynila
Seven of Manila's best disc jockeys (Joe Schmoe, Paul Reno, Jay Latin, Dick Reese, Joshua, Martin Gill and Little David) set out to form a radio station that would be best in the much-established and well-known old hands of the industry.

Disc jockey

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Seven of Manila's best disc jockeys (Joe Schmoe, Paul Reno, Jay Latin, Dick Reese, Joshua, Martin Gill and Little David) set out to form a radio station that would be best in the much-established and well-known old hands of the industry.

Pride (In the Name of Love)

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The first DJ to go on air was Joe Schmoe; his first song was "Pride (In the Name of Love)" by U2.

U2

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The first DJ to go on air was Joe Schmoe; his first song was "Pride (In the Name of Love)" by U2.

Adult contemporary music

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Offering the best of adult contemporary music and spicing everyday music fare with daring, thought provoking talk, Manila's "First Interactive Radio Station" became a reality.

Grammy Award

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The station brought their loyal listeners to front row seats at the Grammy Awards, international concert tours and celebrity events, and later on, serving free Starbucks Coffee to the call center agents.