DZMC

Polytechnic University of the Philippines' campus radio
DZMC 98.3 (98.3 MHz in Metro Manila) is a low-power FM campus radio station owned by the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Manila College of Communication - Broadcast Circle from 2006-2008 and the PUP Young Communicators' Guild since July 2018.wikipedia
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The station was on hiatus from November 2008 until recommencing test broadcasts in July 2018 with resumption of full operations since September 2018, but its ongoing conflict with a pirate station on the same frequency is still unresolved. From the latter part of 2015, the 98.3 MHz position used by the station prior to its 2008 hiatus started to be occupied by pirate radio station Radyo Kontra Droga (formerly Solar Power Radio), operated by two-way radio proprietor Ron Flores Cruz beaming from Paco, Manila.
At the onset of operations, the station positioned itself first on 88.7 FM before moving to what was formerly occupied legitimately by the Polytechnic University of the Philippines' campus radio until it went on hiatus on November 2008.

Polytechnic University of the Philippines

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DZMC 98.3 (98.3 MHz in Metro Manila) is a low-power FM campus radio station owned by the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Manila College of Communication - Broadcast Circle from 2006-2008 and the PUP Young Communicators' Guild since July 2018.
DZMC is the campus radio station operated by the College of Communication.

Metro Manila

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DZMC 98.3 (98.3 MHz in Metro Manila) is a low-power FM campus radio station owned by the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Manila College of Communication - Broadcast Circle from 2006-2008 and the PUP Young Communicators' Guild since July 2018.

Low-power broadcasting

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DZMC 98.3 (98.3 MHz in Metro Manila) is a low-power FM campus radio station owned by the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Manila College of Communication - Broadcast Circle from 2006-2008 and the PUP Young Communicators' Guild since July 2018.

FM broadcasting

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DZMC 98.3 (98.3 MHz in Metro Manila) is a low-power FM campus radio station owned by the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Manila College of Communication - Broadcast Circle from 2006-2008 and the PUP Young Communicators' Guild since July 2018.

Alaminos, Pangasinan

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It was first used by the current DWTJ 99.3 Spirit FM in Alaminos, Pangasinan during the 1990s as The Music Center before incorporating the nationwide Spirit FM brand within the Catholic Media Network.

Catholic Media Network

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It was first used by the current DWTJ 99.3 Spirit FM in Alaminos, Pangasinan during the 1990s as The Music Center before incorporating the nationwide Spirit FM brand within the Catholic Media Network.

Tarlac City

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A Tarlac City-based station operated by Acacia Broadcasting at 91.1 FM reused the call letters three years after the PUP station first went dormant and is still in operation.

DZMB

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Prof. John Gemperle, also known as Papa Jack - a radio announcer at the time at 90.7 Love Radio (now at 106.7 Energy FM as Papa Jackson) provided assistance and training to students and faculty on the basics of announcing and technical know-how.

DWET-FM

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Prof. John Gemperle, also known as Papa Jack - a radio announcer at the time at 90.7 Love Radio (now at 106.7 Energy FM as Papa Jackson) provided assistance and training to students and faculty on the basics of announcing and technical know-how.

Papa Jackson

Papa JackJohn "Papa Jackson" Gemperle
Prof. John Gemperle, also known as Papa Jack - a radio announcer at the time at 90.7 Love Radio (now at 106.7 Energy FM as Papa Jackson) provided assistance and training to students and faculty on the basics of announcing and technical know-how.

DWIZ

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Prof. Ricky Rosales, a radio announcer from DWIZ (now moved to DZMM), gave lectures on news writing and reporting.

DZMM-AM

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Prof. Ricky Rosales, a radio announcer from DWIZ (now moved to DZMM), gave lectures on news writing and reporting.

National Telecommunications Commission (Philippines)

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Due to the limited capacity of its transmitting signal (a maximum of 10 watts allowed by the NTC for campus operated outlets), DZMC can only be heard within the vicinity of the PUP Manila campus and its surrounding communities along Santa Mesa, Manila.

Broadcasting

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A transponder engraved with the letters PUP and COC on the base (which also resembles the Pylon, a PUP symbol) is DZMC's commitment to produce globally competitive students equipped with the skills and knowledge needed for the broadcast media industry.

DZRV-AM

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In the interim, the university brokered an hour on Saturdays via Radyo Veritas 846 as the PUP Campus Hour and only conducted short-term transmissions during the school's annual College Week before going dormant.

List of Facebook features

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On July 2017, the DZMC Young Communicators' Guild started its online presence, remaining as such until a year later when test broadcasts on FM were made with programming simulcast on Facebook Live, eventually resuming regular operations in September.

Pirate radio

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From the latter part of 2015, the 98.3 MHz position used by the station prior to its 2008 hiatus started to be occupied by pirate radio station Radyo Kontra Droga (formerly Solar Power Radio), operated by two-way radio proprietor Ron Flores Cruz beaming from Paco, Manila.

Paco, Manila

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From the latter part of 2015, the 98.3 MHz position used by the station prior to its 2008 hiatus started to be occupied by pirate radio station Radyo Kontra Droga (formerly Solar Power Radio), operated by two-way radio proprietor Ron Flores Cruz beaming from Paco, Manila.

Campus radio

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DZMC 98.3 (98.3 MHz in Metro Manila) is a low-power FM campus radio station owned by the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Manila College of Communication - Broadcast Circle from 2006-2008 and the PUP Young Communicators' Guild since July 2018.

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