DZRH

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DZRH (666 kHz AM Stereo) is a 24-hour commercial news/talk radio station serving Mega Manila market, which serves as the flagship radio station of the Manila Broadcasting Company in the Philippines.wikipedia
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Manila Broadcasting Company

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DZRH (666 kHz AM Stereo) is a 24-hour commercial news/talk radio station serving Mega Manila market, which serves as the flagship radio station of the Manila Broadcasting Company in the Philippines.
Its AM flagship network, DZRH is the oldest radio station in the country while its FM flagship network, Love Radio is the #1 station in FM radio ratings in Metro Manila (until 2017) and several key cities.

DYRC

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Later in 1940, it bought KZRC (now DYRC) from Isaac Beck in Cebu City.
The station is an affiliate of MBC flagship AM station in Manila, DZRH; and spins off the "new" DYRC/Radyo Cebu together with all local AM stations in the provincial areas under MBC into "Aksyon Radyo" provincial AM stations.

Malanday

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The transmitters of radio stations DZRH (one of the Philippines' oldest radio stations owned by The Manila Broadcasting Company), and FBS Radio Network's AM stations DWBL 1242 kHz and DWSS 1494 kHz are also located in Malanday.

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DZRH (666 kHz AM Stereo) is a 24-hour commercial news/talk radio station serving Mega Manila market, which serves as the flagship radio station of the Manila Broadcasting Company in the Philippines.

Joe Taruc

In 1991, radio veteran Joe Taruc joined the station, where he hosted Damdaming Bayan which is now the longest-running public affairs program, as well as a morning newscast.
Joe Taruc (born as Jose Malgapo Taruc, Jr.; September 18, 1946 – September 30, 2017) was a news anchor who worked at DZRH in the Philippines.

DWIZ

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The same year, MBC launched its sister station in Manila, DZMB and DZPI. Upon resumption of broadcasts, DZRH (along with sister stations DZMB and DZPI) gained a new studio complex at San Francisco del Monte, Quezon City at that time.
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).

DZRH News Television

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In October 2007, DZRH once again ventured into television broadcasting with the launch of DZRH RadyoVision (which is not related to the now defunct VHF TV station DZRH-TV Channel 11), which was renamed RHTV in 2008 and DZRH News Television in 2013.
Its programs are primarily from MBC's flagship radio station DZRH and station-produced programs, occupied by the timeslots of radio dramas and other programs of DZRH.

Manolo Elizalde

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After World War II, the Elizalde brothers (Federico "Fred", Joaquin Miguel "Mike" and Manuel "Manolo") took over KZRH and KYRC.
In 1946, Elizalde and his brothers established Manila Broadcasting Company to acquire the radio stations KZRH and KYRC.

DZMB

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Upon resumption of broadcasts, DZRH (along with sister stations DZMB and DZPI) gained a new studio complex at San Francisco del Monte, Quezon City at that time.
It also served as the sister station of DZRH and another established station DZPI.

Damdaming Bayan

In 1991, radio veteran Joe Taruc joined the station, where he hosted Damdaming Bayan which is now the longest-running public affairs program, as well as a morning newscast.
Damdaming Bayan is a socio-commentary public service program of AM station DZRH in the Philippines, which is now hosted by Deo Macalma (after the original host Joe Taruc died in September 2017) every Mondays to Fridays at 8:00 to 9:00 am.

List of Manila Broadcasting Company stations

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Jay Sonza

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It also bought some of the broadcast veterans such as Jay Sonza, Rey Langit and Ka Louie Beltran.

DZRH-TV

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In October 2007, DZRH once again ventured into television broadcasting with the launch of DZRH RadyoVision (which is not related to the now defunct VHF TV station DZRH-TV Channel 11), which was renamed RHTV in 2008 and DZRH News Television in 2013.
It was a general entertainment formatted channel until Metrocom forces forced the TV station along with DZRH AM 650 and other assets to cease operations at the wake of the declaration of Martial Law.

Star City fire

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On October 2, 2019, the studios of DZRH in MBC Building, along with its sister MBC Manila radio stations, were affected by a major fire that originated in the nearby Star City theme park, prompting the station to suspend regular programming.
The MBC, which runs the AM station DZRH and the FM stations Love Radio, Yes The Best, Easy Rock and Radyo Natin, was able to resume operations using its secondary facilities at the BSA Twin Towers in Mandaluyong for its FM stations, and in Valenzuela and Bulacan for its AM stations.

DWRK

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The HD3 channel carries a simulcast of sister AM station DZRH.

DWYS

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AM broadcasting

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DZRH (666 kHz AM Stereo) is a 24-hour commercial news/talk radio station serving Mega Manila market, which serves as the flagship radio station of the Manila Broadcasting Company in the Philippines.

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DZRH (666 kHz AM Stereo) is a 24-hour commercial news/talk radio station serving Mega Manila market, which serves as the flagship radio station of the Manila Broadcasting Company in the Philippines.

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DZRH (666 kHz AM Stereo) is a 24-hour commercial news/talk radio station serving Mega Manila market, which serves as the flagship radio station of the Manila Broadcasting Company in the Philippines.

Mega Manila

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DZRH (666 kHz AM Stereo) is a 24-hour commercial news/talk radio station serving Mega Manila market, which serves as the flagship radio station of the Manila Broadcasting Company in the Philippines.

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DZRH (666 kHz AM Stereo) is a 24-hour commercial news/talk radio station serving Mega Manila market, which serves as the flagship radio station of the Manila Broadcasting Company in the Philippines.

Studio

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The station's studio is located at Design Center of the Philippines, Vicente Sotto Street, CCP Complex, Pasay City (beside Star City); while its transmitter is located at I. Marcelo Street, Brgy.

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The station's studio is located at Design Center of the Philippines, Vicente Sotto Street, CCP Complex, Pasay City (beside Star City); while its transmitter is located at I. Marcelo Street, Brgy.

Pasay

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The station's studio is located at Design Center of the Philippines, Vicente Sotto Street, CCP Complex, Pasay City (beside Star City); while its transmitter is located at I. Marcelo Street, Brgy.