DWRM

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DWMR Radyo Pilipinas Palawan
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City Puerto Princesa City
Broadcast area Palawan
Branding Radyo Pilipinas
Frequency 648 kHz
First air date June 8, 1991
Format News, Public Affairs, Talk, Government Radio, Entertainment
Power 10,000 watts
Owner Philippine Broadcasting Service
Webcast DWMR Radyo Pilipinas LIVE Audio
Website PBS

DWRM is the government radio station called Radyo Pilipinas in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, that started airing in 1970. It was dubbed DwRM in recognition of the late Speaker Ramon V. Mitra, Jr.'s effort of establishing the said station. RM also stands for radyo ng mamamayan which reiterates the purpose it was built: that is to serve the people. The first Station Manager was Rogelio "Ka Roger" Lagasca, followed by Epifanio Pabon who retired in 2006. Eduardo Libiran was designated OIC and was replaced by Clarina Guludah in 2010. Currently, the designated Acting Station Manager since 2012 is Gudula "Goody" Sarsagat.

History[edit]

Radyo Pilipinas-Palawan known as DWRM started airing in the province in 1991. The main transmitter and studio was built in a five-hectare government land located along national highway at Bgy. Sta Monica, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan. It was constructed with a 314-meter-high tower with 10-kilowatt broadcast power on 648 kHz.

The radio station was established through the effort and initiative of then House Speaker Ramon V. Mitra, Jr, congressman of the 2nd district of Palawan with the aim of bringing the government to the far flung areas of the province using the airwaves. It was also dubbed DWRM in honor of the late speaker’s effort (Ramon Mitra) and Radyo ng Mamamayan as well to emphasize the ultimate purpose of the station that is to serve the people.

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