91.9 The Bomb FM

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91.9 The Bomb FM
City of license Cavite City
Broadcast area Cavite, some areas in Metro Manila and Laguna
Branding 91.9 The Bomb FM
Slogan Cavite's No. 1 Radio Station
Cavite's Red Hot Hit Radio
Frequency 91.9 MHz
First air date June 2002
Format Rhythmic contemporary, CHR
Power 500 watts
ERP 1,200 watts
Former frequencies 99.9 MHz
Owner Calabarzon Broadcasting Network
(Chua Broadcasting Network)

91.9 The Bomb FM (callsign: DW__-FM) was a radio station that was owned and operated by Calabarzon Broadcasting Network, Inc. (also the co-owners of the defunct Blazin' 105.9) in the Philippines. The station's studio and transmitter were located at 3rd Floor, Cavite Broadcasting Center, P. Burgos Ave., Cavite City.


The station was founded on June 24, 2002, by its president and CEO, former vice-mayor and current provincial board member Dino Reyes-Chua of Cavite. It was formally launched during the celebration of the Cavite City Water Festival, The Regada 2002. The Bomb FM captured the market of the young generation with the age bracket of 15 to 35 years old. The programming was composed of the latest contemporary hits of pop, R&B, hip hop, dance and rock seven days a week (up to 12 midnight) with community shows and news programs in the morning (6am–10am). The station signed off in 2011.

Former disc jockeys[edit]

  • Ron Raven
  • Rico Suave
  • Chingky
  • Kel
  • Tosch
  • Maui
  • Francis
  • Jason
  • Summer
  • Gozzy
  • Jholo
  • Edrick
  • Zarina
  • Sam
  • Lee (DJ eL Reynolds)[1]
  • iEVO
  • Fame
  • Lady J
  • Empire
  • Envy
  • Shaggy
  • Violet
  • Lawrence
  • Kikay
  • Phil
  • Kris


Coordinates: 14°28′35″N 120°53′24″E / 14.47639°N 120.89000°E / 14.47639; 120.89000