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Current Logo of MOR 98.7 Zamboanga
|Broadcast area||Zamboanga City, Zamboanga Sibugay, Basilan, Sulu and Tawi-Tawi|
|Branding||MOR 98.7 My Only Radio Zamboanga (an ABS-CBN station)|
|First air date||1992 (on 99.5 MHz, as Radio Romance)
January 1995 (on 98.7 MHz, as Star Radio)
1997 (as ABS-CBN Radio)
14 July 2001 (as MOR)
|Format||Contemporary MOR, OPM, News (courtesy of TV Patrol Chavacano)|
|Former callsigns||DXLA (1992-1995)|
|Former frequencies||99.5 MHz (1992-1995)|
|Affiliations||My Only Radio Nationwide|
DXFH (MOR 98.7 Zamboanga) is an FM radio station owned and operated by ABS-CBN Corporation. The station's studio and transmitter are located at ABS-CBN Broadcast Center, San Jose Road, Zamboanga City. It is one of the 17 MOR radio stations of ABS-CBN Regional Network Group in the Philippines.
- First broadcast in 1992 as RR 99.5 Radio Romance (DXLA-FM) under its affiliate, the now defunct First United Broadcasting Corporation in Zamboanga City. It playing all easy listening love songs with simulcast over 101.9 Radio Romance in Manila (alongside DZRR 103.1 in Baguio and DXRR 101.1 in Davao).
- On January 1995, ABS-CBN moved its frequency to 98.7 and it was reformatted as Star Radio 98.7 which is now wholly owned by ABS-CBN Regional Network Group. The station flipped to Hot AC and OPM format.
- In 1997, the station was rebranded as ABS-CBN Radio 98.7.
- On July 14, 2001, as part of a rebrand ABS-CBN's provincial FM stations, the station was rebranded again to MOR 98.7 For Life! which is playing adult contemporary music and OPM hits along with news.
- On July 8, 2013, MOR 98.7 Zamboanga together with its other sister stations nationwide changed its logo into its current logo when 101.9 Manila was rebranded as MOR 101.9 For Life!.
ABS-CBN FM Radio Network
MOR is also broadcast to 17 provincial stations in the Philippines.
- Further information: ABS-CBN FM radio network
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