Manila Broadcasting Company

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Manila Broadcasting Company (MBC) is a radio and television network in the Philippines.wikipedia
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DZRH

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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. MBC forms its own network group with six national brands, specifically, DZRH radio and DZRH News Television, Aksyon Radyo, Love Radio, Yes The Best, Easy Rock, and Radyo Natin; operated either directly by MBC, or through its affiliate-licensees Pacific Broadcasting Systems, Cebu Broadcasting Company, Radyo Natin Network, and Philippine Broadcasting Corporation. While regular programming for its AM station DZRH was suspended as a result of the fire, MBC Manila radio stations transferred its operations and broadcasts, in interim, at BSA Twin Towers, in Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City, where its FM transmitters are located.
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.

Love Radio Network

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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. MBC forms its own network group with six national brands, specifically, DZRH radio and DZRH News Television, Aksyon Radyo, Love Radio, Yes The Best, Easy Rock, and Radyo Natin; operated either directly by MBC, or through its affiliate-licensees Pacific Broadcasting Systems, Cebu Broadcasting Company, Radyo Natin Network, and Philippine Broadcasting Corporation.
Love Radio Network is a broadcast FM radio network in the Philippines owned by Manila Broadcasting Company.

DZRH News Television

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MBC forms its own network group with six national brands, specifically, DZRH radio and DZRH News Television, Aksyon Radyo, Love Radio, Yes The Best, Easy Rock, and Radyo Natin; operated either directly by MBC, or through its affiliate-licensees Pacific Broadcasting Systems, Cebu Broadcasting Company, Radyo Natin Network, and Philippine Broadcasting Corporation.
DZRH News Television is a Philippine free-to-air television news channel owned by Manila Broadcasting Company.

Easy Rock Network

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MBC forms its own network group with six national brands, specifically, DZRH radio and DZRH News Television, Aksyon Radyo, Love Radio, Yes The Best, Easy Rock, and Radyo Natin; operated either directly by MBC, or through its affiliate-licensees Pacific Broadcasting Systems, Cebu Broadcasting Company, Radyo Natin Network, and Philippine Broadcasting Corporation.
Easy Rock is an adult contemporary music radio brand of Manila Broadcasting Company (MBC).

DYRC

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Years later, it bought KZRC (now DYRC) from Isaac Beck in Cebu City.
DYRC (648 AM) is a commercial news/talk radio station serving Metro Cebu market owned and operated by Manila Broadcasting Company.

DZMB

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In 1975, MBC ventured into the FM band when its stations DZMB and other MBC music AM stations (such as DYBU in Cebu) moved to FM radio.
DZMB is the flagship radio station of Manila Broadcasting Company's affiliate licensee Cebu Broadcasting Company, and serves as the flagship station of Love Radio Network under the MBC Media Group in the Philippines.

DYBU-FM

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In 1975, MBC ventured into the FM band when its stations DZMB and other MBC music AM stations (such as DYBU in Cebu) moved to FM radio.
It is owned and operated by Manila Broadcasting Company in the Philippines.

DWIZ

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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).
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).

Aliwan Fiesta

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MBC co-hosted the Aliwan Fiesta since 2003, in partnership with Cultural Center of the Philippines, and the cities of Manila and Pasay.
Organized by Manila Broadcasting Company (MBC) together with Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) and the cities of Manila and Pasay, the event is dubbed as "the Philippines' Grandest Fiesta," with prizes totaling P3 million (roughly US$70,000).

DWRK

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In October 2008, MBC acquired DWRK from ACWS-United Broadcasting Network.
It is the flagship FM station of Manila Broadcasting Company, and the flagship station of Easy Rock Network under the MBC Media Group.

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.

Hot FM (Philippine radio network)

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In January 1999, Hot FM was launched in Dagupan, Cebu City, General Santos and Zamboanga City, with more than 50 minor provincial radio stations (under the consortium with Radyo Natin).
Hot FM Network was a broadcast radio network in the Philippines owned by Manila Broadcasting Company under Radyo Natin Network.

Star City fire

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MBC main offices and studios were affected by a major fire that originated in the nearby theme park and sister company Star City on October 2, 2019.
The adjacent Manila Broadcasting Company (MBC) building was also affected by the fire.

Fred 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 1948 he returned once more to Manila, where he again conducted the Manila Symphony Orchestra, founded the Manila Little Symphony Orchestra, and became president of the Manila Broadcasting Company.

Radyo Natin Network

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MBC forms its own network group with six national brands, specifically, DZRH radio and DZRH News Television, Aksyon Radyo, Love Radio, Yes The Best, Easy Rock, and Radyo Natin; operated either directly by MBC, or through its affiliate-licensees Pacific Broadcasting Systems, Cebu Broadcasting Company, Radyo Natin Network, and Philippine Broadcasting Corporation.
The network's flagship station is the main feed, also known as Radyo Natin Nationwide, is wholly owned by Radyo Natin Network and operated by its affiliate Manila Broadcasting Company.

DWYS

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DWYS is the flagship radio station of Manila Broadcasting Company's affiliate licensee Pacific Broadcasting System, and serves as the flagship station of Yes The Best Network under the MBC Media Group in the Philippines.

Pacific Broadcasting System

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MBC forms its own network group with six national brands, specifically, DZRH radio and DZRH News Television, Aksyon Radyo, Love Radio, Yes The Best, Easy Rock, and Radyo Natin; operated either directly by MBC, or through its affiliate-licensees Pacific Broadcasting Systems, Cebu Broadcasting Company, Radyo Natin Network, and Philippine Broadcasting Corporation.
Pacific Broadcasting's stations are being operated by Elizalde-owned TV and radio network Manila Broadcasting Company.

St. Francis Square

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While regular programming for its AM station DZRH was suspended as a result of the fire, MBC Manila radio stations transferred its operations and broadcasts, in interim, at BSA Twin Towers, in Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City, where its FM transmitters are located.
It is also serves as a radio transmitter and secondary studio facilities of the FM radio stations 90.7 Love Radio, 101.1 Yes The Best and 96.3 Easy Rock, as well as temporary studios of AM radio station DZRH and community-formatted national FM station Radyo Natin, all owned by Manila Broadcasting Company.

FM broadcasting

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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.

Flagship

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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.

Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex

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MBC's corporate headquarters and studios are located at Vicente Sotto St., CCP Complex, Pasay City.

Escolta Street

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The origins of MBC can be traced to DZRH, which first went on air as KZRH on the morning of July 15, 1939 by the Heacock Company, a prominent department store based in Escolta Street, Binondo, Manila.

Binondo

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The origins of MBC can be traced to DZRH, which first went on air as KZRH on the morning of July 15, 1939 by the Heacock Company, a prominent department store based in Escolta Street, Binondo, Manila.

Cebu City

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Years later, it bought KZRC (now DYRC) from Isaac Beck in Cebu City.