DWRT-FM

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DWRT-FM (99.5 MHz Metro Manila), currently branded as 99.5 Play FM (stylized as 99.5 PL>Y FM), is a commercial radio station, operating 24 hours a day with a contemporary hit radio and OPM pop format.wikipedia
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DWRT-AM

980 kHzROCK 990
Trans-Radio Broadcasting Corporation was established in 1971 by Emilio Tuason after he acquired the AM radio franchise (980 kHz) of Transit Broadcasting Corporation, owned by the Vergara family.
On September 5, 1976, the station signed off to pave way for the launch of 99.5 RT the following day.

More to Lose

One of the most notable examples of this was in the early 1980s when RT broke in the song "More to Lose" by the obscure English new wave duo, Seona Dancing (one-half of which was Ricky Gervais).
In 1985, DWRT-FM started playing a song, deliberately misnaming it as "Fade" by Medium (sometimes billed as "Medium" by Fade), to prevent other rival stations finding the song and playing it for themselves.

DWYS

101.1 Yes The Best101.1 Yes! The Best101.1 Showbiz Tsismis
On October 11, 1985, rival station Kiss FM 101.1 was launched with most of the RT jocks manning that station.
From 1985, it had the Contemporary Hit Radio format, competing directly with 99.5 RT (now 99.5 Play FM) and 97.1 WLS-FM (now Barangay LS 97.1).

Seona Dancing

Bill Macrae
One of the most notable examples of this was in the early 1980s when RT broke in the song "More to Lose" by the obscure English new wave duo, Seona Dancing (one-half of which was Ricky Gervais).
In 1985, DWRT-FM (then known as 99.5 RT, now 99.5 Play FM), a radio station in Metro Manila, Philippines, started playing a song billed as "Fade" by Medium (also billed as "Medium" by Fade).

DWTM

Magic 89.9parent stationFernando Gómez de Liaño
On June 14, 1996, Trans-Radio Broadcasting Corporation sold DWRT-FM to the Vera family (owners of then-rival and now sister station Magic 89.9), and moved to the adjacent Royal Match Building (6780 Ayala Avenue).
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.

Contemporary hit radio

CHRTop 40Top 40 (CHR)
DWRT-FM (99.5 MHz Metro Manila), currently branded as 99.5 Play FM (stylized as 99.5 PL>Y FM), is a commercial radio station, operating 24 hours a day with a contemporary hit radio and OPM pop format.
Examples of CHR/pop stations in the United States, Brazil and the Philippines include WHTZ in New York City, KIIS-FM and KAMP-FM in Los Angeles, Jovem Pan And Jovem Pan FM In Brazil, KLUC in Las Vegas, KRBE in Houston, WIOQ in Philadelphia, WXKS-FM and WODS in Boston, WKSC-FM and WBBM-FM in Chicago, WFLZ in Tampa/St. Petersburg, WHYI in Miami, WNCI in Columbus, Ohio, WZPL in Indianapolis, KDWB in Minneapolis/St. Paul, and 87.5 FM1, Magic 89.9 and 99.5 Play FM in Manila.

Campus Radio Online

Campus Radio
Campus Radio revived on March 21, 2009 as an internet radio station.
This was previously heard on DWLS-FM from 1992 to 2007 (now known as Barangay LS 97.1), and then on DWRT-FM from March to August 2008.

Sam Oh

Socialite and eventologist Tim Yap, RT mainstay Sam Oh, and former Magic jock Nikko were the first jocks to go on board that morning, followed by the remaining RT jocks and selected jocks from Magic.
She had a morning radio show on 99.5 Hit FM (now 99.5 Play FM) entitled Sam Vs Sam with former co-host Sam YG (until Sam YG was suspended by management which led to his eventual transfer to Magic 89.9 on July 2007).

Tiger 22 Media Corporation

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It is owned and operated by Real Radio Network Inc., 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.

DWKX

103.5 K-Lite103.5 Max FM103.5 Wow 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.
The format resembles of the first iteration of 99.5 RT, which at that time was known as 99.5 Hit FM.

Metro Manila

National Capital RegionManilaMetropolitan Manila
DWRT-FM (99.5 MHz Metro Manila), currently branded as 99.5 Play FM (stylized as 99.5 PL>Y FM), is a commercial radio station, operating 24 hours a day with a contemporary hit radio and OPM pop format.

Radio broadcasting

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DWRT-FM (99.5 MHz Metro Manila), currently branded as 99.5 Play FM (stylized as 99.5 PL>Y FM), is a commercial radio station, operating 24 hours a day with a contemporary hit radio and OPM pop format.

Pinoy pop

P-popPopOPM pop
DWRT-FM (99.5 MHz Metro Manila), currently branded as 99.5 Play FM (stylized as 99.5 PL>Y FM), is a commercial radio station, operating 24 hours a day with a contemporary hit radio and OPM pop format.

Studio

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Its studio is located at Unit 906-B, Paragon Plaza Building, EDSA corner Reliance St, Mandaluyong City and its transmitter located at Palos Verdes, Antipolo City.

Antipolo

Antipolo CityAntipolo, RizalAntipolo City, Rizal
Its studio is located at Unit 906-B, Paragon Plaza Building, EDSA corner Reliance St, Mandaluyong City and its transmitter located at Palos Verdes, Antipolo City.

AM broadcasting

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Trans-Radio Broadcasting Corporation was established in 1971 by Emilio Tuason after he acquired the AM radio franchise (980 kHz) of Transit Broadcasting Corporation, owned by the Vergara family.

Call sign

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Under Trans-Radio, the AM station adopted the call sign DZTR-AM “Radyo Pilipino”.

Top 40

Top 10VRT Top 30Top Ten
It began broadcasting on September 6, 1976 as "99.5 RT", which was the first Top 40 station in the Philippines.

Quezon Avenue

Quezon Avenue, Quezon CityQuezon Boulevard Extension
The station was initially located at 10 Doña Natividad Building at Quezon Avenue (near the Welcome Rotonda) in Quezon City.

Welcome Rotonda

Welcome Monument
The station was initially located at 10 Doña Natividad Building at Quezon Avenue (near the Welcome Rotonda) in Quezon City.

Quezon City

CubaoDilimanNovaliches
The station was initially located at 10 Doña Natividad Building at Quezon Avenue (near the Welcome Rotonda) in Quezon City.

Security Bank

Security Bank CorporationPremiere BankPremiere Development Bank
After the building caught fire two years later, it transferred to Suite 608 of the Pacific Bank Building (now known as Security Bank Centre) at 6776 Ayala Avenue in Makati City.

Ayala Avenue

Ayala TriangleAyalaAyala Ave
After the building caught fire two years later, it transferred to Suite 608 of the Pacific Bank Building (now known as Security Bank Centre) at 6776 Ayala Avenue in Makati City.

Makati

Makati CityMakati, PhilippinesMakati City, Philippines
After the building caught fire two years later, it transferred to Suite 608 of the Pacific Bank Building (now known as Security Bank Centre) at 6776 Ayala Avenue in Makati City.