|This article relies too much on references to primary sources. (December 2011)|
|Slogan||May iba pa ba?|
|First air date||February 2011|
|Format||CHR, Top 40|
|Owner||Air1 Global Advertising Corp.
(Iddes Broadcast Group Inc.)
Air1 Radio 91.9 is a music FM radio station in the Philippines owned by Air1 Global Advertising Corp. The station's studio is located at Lemery, Batangas with its transmitter located at Mt. Banoy, Batangas City.
Established on February 2011, the company delves into three-pronged areas: Radio Broadcasting, Advertising & Public Relations, Air1 Global Advertising Corp. was conceived to build a strong brand identity that matches its clientele’s venture scheme for success in a specific market.
Focusing chiefly on radio broadcasting (Air1 FM Southern Luzon), the company positioned its broadcast coverage in a densely populated cluster in the region which is Southern Luzon. This cluster includes CALABARZON & MIMAROPA that apparently represent approximately 19% of the total population in the country. The figure denotes a wide range of listening audience and demographic groups. With this positioning in the marketplace, national advertisers and its patrons alike will have the advantage of degree in an increasingly competitive industry.
The corporate organization is headed by Mr. Cristopher D. Castillo, a successful businessman and Mr. Herbert R. Sara, an IT Expert and a businessman. Both of them own a chain of businesses in the region.[Ref 1]
- Olie Olie Mon-Sat (4 am - 8 am)
- Lady Roxanne Mon-Sat (8 am - 12 nn)
- Cutie Kim Mon-Sat (12 nn - 3 pm)
- Simply Kev Daily (9 pm onwards)
- Buddy Jay Sun (8 to 11 am)
- Caring Carrie Sun (11 am to 3 pm)
- Air1 Morning Brew with Olie Olie
- Southern Morning Trip with Lady Roxanne
- Heyday Mellow Spree with Cutie Kim
- Afternoon Delight with Lady Roxanne
- The Lovin' You Crazy Show with Olie Olie
- Sexy Love Cruise with Simply Kev
- Let's Groove with Buddy Jay
- Love & Kisses with Caring Carrie
- From the Official Fan Page
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