DZMB

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DZMB (90.7 Love Radio)
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City Pasay City
Broadcast area Mega Manila, surrounding areas
Branding 90.7 Love Radio
Slogan "GVGV Lang, Walang Hate, Love Lang!"
Frequency 90.7 MHz (also on HD Radio)
First air date July 1, 1946 (760 kHz AM Band)
February 14, 1975; 43 years ago (1975-02-14) (FM Band)
Format Contemporary MOR, OPM
Power 25,000 watts
ERP 75,000 watts
Class C, D, E
Callsign meaning Manila Broadcasting Company / Manila's Best
Former frequencies 760 kHz (1946-1975)
Owner Manila Broadcasting Company
(Love Radio Network)
Sister stations DZRH, 96.3 Easy Rock, 101.1 Yes The Best
Webcast Listen Live
Website Love Radio

DZMB (90.7 FM), branded as 90.7 Love Radio, is the flagship FM radio station owned and operated by Manila Broadcasting Company in the Philippines, operating 24 hours a day. The station's studio is located at CCP Complex, Pasay and the transmitter is located atop the BSA Twin Towers, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City sharing the same site with 96.3 Easy Rock, and 101.1 Yes The Best.[1]

Awards[edit]

  • Best Male Disk Jockey - ALTA Media Icon Awards for Chris Tsuper (2016)
  • Best FM Station - ALTA Media Icon Awards (2016)
  • Best FM Station - 24th KBP Golden Dove Awards (2016)
  • Best FM Station - 23rd KBP Golden Dove Awards (2015)
  • Best FM Station - 2014 Yahoo PH Celebrity Awards
  • Best Female Disk Jockey for Nicole Hyala - 2013 Yahoo! OMG Awards
  • Best Female Disk Jockey for Nicole Hyala - 2012 Yahoo! OMG Awards
  • Best Radio Program: Tambalang Balasubas at Balahura for Nicole Hyala and Chris Tsuper - 2012 Yahoo! OMG Awards
  • Best Male Disk Jockey for Papa Jack - 2012 Yahoo! OMG Awards
  • Best Male Disk Jockey for Papa Jack - 2013 Yahoo! OMG Awards
  • Male DJ of the Year for Papa Jack - 2014 Yahoo! Celebrity Awards

Love Radio stations[edit]

Further information: Love Radio stations

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Asia's Largest Radio Network Now at the Philippines' Tallest Twin Towers". Luke Roxas Site. 18 April 2012. Archived from the original on 30 October 2013. Retrieved 25 October 2013. 

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