DXEL

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DXEL (Magic 95.5 Zamboanga)
Broadcast area Zamboanga Peninsula
Branding Magic 95.5
Slogan Today's Best Music
Format CHR, Top 40
Power 5,000 watts
Callsign meaning Eduardo and Lolita Chua (owners)
Affiliations Magic Nationwide
Owner Golden Broadcast Professionals
Sister stations DXGB-TV
Website www.gbpi-tv11.com.ph

DXEL, branded as Magic 95.5, is an FM station owned by Golden Broadcast Professionals Inc., and affiliated with Quest Broadcasting Inc. Its studios are located at GBPI Building, Campaner Street, Zamboanga City.

The station launched on June 1993 as 95.5 Gold FM. In 2000, GBPI began its affiliation with Manila-based Quest Broadcasting Inc. and 95.5 became Killerbee. On April 29, 2013, DXEL, along with other Killerbee stations, followed nationwide reformatting from Quest, and was relaunched under the Magic 95.5 brand (adopted from Quest's parent station).[1]

Aside from its regular programming, Magic 95.5 also airs the simulcast of Dateline TeleRadyo from sister TV station TV11.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Zamboanga TV News – GBPI TV 11 » DXEL 95.5 “MAGIC FM ZAMBOANGA”". Gbpi-tv11.com.ph. 2012-12-07. Retrieved 2016-01-09.