DXOM

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DXOM (Happy FM 91.7 Koronadal)
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Broadcast areaKoronadal
BrandingHappy FM Koronadal
Sloganas Hot Radio
Tayo Pa Rin Siyempre! (2009 - 2011)
Basta Manami Nga Tukar, Hot Radio Gid Inah! (2011 - 2012)

as Happy FM
Dito, Happy Ka! (2012 - present)
Frequency91.7 MHz
First air date1993
FormatHot AC, Pop, OPM
Power5,000 watts
ERP10,500 watts
Callsign meaningD
X
Oblates of
Mary
OwnerNotre Dame Broadcasting Corporation
Sister stationsRadyo Bida Koronadal 963
Websitehttp://happyfmkoronadal.webs.com

Happy FM 91.7 Koronadal is a music FM radio station owned by the Notre Dame Broadcasting Corporation in the Philippines. The studios are located at Reyes Blk. 2, National Highway, Brgy. Morales while the transmitter is located at Roxas Mountain Range, Brgy. Paraiso, Koronadal City. It operates daily from 5:00 AM to 2:00 AM.

Brief History[1][edit]

  • July 1993 - 91.7 DXOM FM went on the air and it is the first radio station in Koronadal City and South Cotabato (except General Santos City).
  • 1998 - DXOM-FM was called "Hot Radio".
  • 2002 - "Hot Radio" was embraced the branding "Radio for Peace".
  • 2009 - Hot Radio was used the tagline Tayo Pa Rin Siyempre!.
  • 2011 - The tagline Basta Manami Nga Tukar, Hot Radio Gid Inah! was used.
  • 2012
    • July of the said year - The station was temporarily rebranded as "91.7 FM Dito Happy Ka!", but Hot Radio Koronadal is now an internet radio station.
    • August 25 - 91.7 FM relaunched as "91.7 Happy FM".

Disc jockeys[edit]

  • Procopio
  • Dennis the Menace (Station Manager)
  • Daddy Mark
  • Maxene
  • Victoria

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