DXIF

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DXIF (Bombo Radyo Cagayan de Oro)
CityCagayan de Oro City
Broadcast areaNorthern Mindanao Region, extremely southern parts of Visayas and also in Metro Manila1
BrandingBombo Radyo Cagayan de Oro
SloganBasta Radyo... BOMBO!
Frequency729 kHz
First air date1986 (as DXOR 729 kHz)
December 30, 1987 (as DXIF Bombo Radyo 1188 kHz)
March 17, 2012 (as DXIF Bombo Radyo 729 kHz)
FormatNews, Public Service, Drama
Power10,000 watts
Callsign meaningDXIF
Former callsignsDX
Oloy Roa (1986-2011)
Former frequencies1188 kHz (1987-2012)
OwnerBombo Radyo Philippines
(Newsounds Broadcasting Network, Inc.)
Sister stations90.3 Star FM Cagayan de Oro
WebcastListen Live
WebsiteBombo Radyo Cagayan de Oro

DXIF (729 kHz Cagayan de Oro City) Bombo Radyo Cagayan De Oro is an AM commercial radio station owned and managed by Newsounds Broadcasting Network, Inc., under Bombo Radyo Philippines. The station's studio are located at Bombo Radyo Broadcast Center, Palad Bldg. Corrales Ave., Cagayan de Oro City, and its transmitter is located at Brgy. Taboc, Opol, Misamis Oriental, Philippines. Bombo Radyo Cagayan de Oro airs everyday from 4:00 AM to 1:00 AM of next day, except Holy Week of each year where it signs-off from Maundy Thursday until Black Saturday, and resumes broadcasting on Easter Sunday.

Bombo Radyo Cagayan De Oro provides news, public service, drama and music for the audience of Cagayan de Oro City, the whole province of Misamis Occidental, Northern Mindanao Region, and through the whole world via www.bomboradyo.com.

In March 2011, after broadcasting on 1188 kHz for 2 decades, it transferred to 729 kHz when the former frequency was given to newly launched DXRU. The 729 kHz frequency was originally owned by P.N. Roa Broadcasting System under the call letters DXOR in 1986.[1][2]

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