DXLL

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DXLL (94.7 One Radio)
Broadcast area Davao
Branding 94.7 One Radio
Slogan Ang radyo ni Juan
Format easy listening, soft rock, adult contemporary, news/talk
Power 10,000 watts
ERP 72,620 watts
Callsign meaning MeLLow (former branding)
Former callsigns One Radio:
DXRA (2012-2013)
Former frequencies One Radio:
102.7 MHz (2012-2013)
Owner FBS Radio Network Inc.
(Blocktime agreement with Rizal Memorial Colleges Broadcasting Corporation)
Sister stations Through RMC Broadcasting:
DXRA Radyo Arangkada 783

DXLL (94.7 FM), branded as 94.7 One Radio, is a radio station of FBS Radio Network in the Davao region, with a programming blocktimed by Rizal Memorial Colleges Broadcasting Corporation. The station's studio is located at Anda Corporate Center, Anda Street, Davao City, with transmitters at Jocar Complex, Guerrero St., Ma-a, Davao City.

It originally launched as Mellow Touch 94.7 from 1995 to 2014. The station closed in late 2006 due to poor management that led to bankruptcy. In June 2007, the station was re-opened under new management of J-TvR Tri-Media Services. It only managed DXLL for only a year due to conflict with lease contract. FBS took back the station and re-leased it to JKZ Adz Services in June 2008. By January 2010, FBS Radio Network took over the management of DXLL after another event of conflicts with its blocktime partner.

The station maintained the format of easy listen music and added new programs that help and entertain listeners in a new way. At that time, Mellow Touch 94.7 slowly catched the ears of the listeners of Davao City and its neighboring cites and its gaining more and more listeners.

In May 2014, RMC Broadcasting acquired 94.7 FM's blocktime and rebranded it as 94.7 One Radio. The new alliance between FBS Radio and RMCB occurred when the latter abandoned its former station DXRA 102.7 in 2013, only to be sold to RT Broadcast Specialists and revived the Mango Radio brand (which in turn got ejected from longtime station DXUR after Viva Entertainment purchased all Ultimate Entertainment-owned FM radio stations and rebranded as Oomph! Radio, now Halo-Halo FM) on the former frequency the following year.

FBS Radio Stations[edit]

Branding Callsign Frequency Power Location
DWBL 1242 DWBL 1242 kHz 50 Kw Metro Manila
Mellow 947 DWLL 94.7 MHz 25 Kw Metro Manila
Mellow 957 DXBL 95.7 MHz 10 Kw Cagayan de Oro City
94.7 One Radio DXLL 94.7 MHz 10 Kw Davao City