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City Cotabato City
Broadcast area Cotabato City
Branding 92.7 Happy FM Cotabato
Slogan "Dito, Happy Ka!"
Frequency 92.7 mHz
First air date July 24, 1986
Format Pop music
Power 10,000 watts
Callsign meaning DX
ObLates of Mary
Owner Notre Dame Broadcasting Corporation
Sister stations DXMS Radio for Peace 882
Website http://www.dxol.webs.com/

DXOL is the first FM station in Cotabato City, Philippines. It is owned and operated by Notre Dame Broadcasting Corporation, which is managed by the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate. The station is located along Sinsuat Avenue, Cotabato City and is one of the entities belonging to the newly conglomerated Oblate Media Center composed of DXMS 882 kHz. (the strongest AM radio station in south Central Mindanao region) and the Mindanao Cross (the longest surviving weekly newspaper in Mindanao).[1] It is a 24-hour operating station, except on Sundays where it signs off at midnight to 5:00 AM.


  • Happy Ten (music chart) - Saturdays at 1200 - 1300 PHT[2]
  • Happy Once More - Weekdays at 1300 - 1500 PHT


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