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City Davao City
Broadcast area Davao
Branding Radyo ni Juan
Frequency 783 kHz
First air date 1975
Format news, music, public service, information
Power 10,000 watts
Callsign meaning Radyo Arangkada
Owner Rizal Memorial Colleges Broadcasting Corporation
Sister stations 94.7 One Radio
Website http://radyonijuannetwork.com/

DXRA (783 kHz Davao City) "Radyo ni Juan" is an AM station of Rizal Memorial Colleges Broadcasting Corporation[1] in the Philippines. The station's studio is located at Delgar Bldg. along J.P. Laurel Street Davao City. The main format of the station is public service and news.

The station has always been critical of the left and their violent atrocities against the Filipino people. On August 27, 1987, DXRA was attacked by the New People's Army, in what became known as the DXRA Massacre, resulting in nine deaths.[2]



Branding Callsign Frequency Power Location
Radyo ni Juan Davao DXRA 783 kHz 10 kW Davao City
Radyo ni Juan Northern Mindanao DXJR-AM 1575 kHz 5 kW Manolo Fortich
Cagayan de Oro


Branding Callsign Frequency Power Location
One Radio Davao DXLL 94.7 MHz 10 kW Davao City
One Radio Digos DXJC 99.1 MHz 5 kW Digos
One Radio Tagum DXDE 100.7 MHz 5 kW Tagum
One Radio Kidapawan DXKF 107.9 MHz 5 kW Kidapawan
Radyo ni Juan CDO DX__-FM 92.7 MHz 10 kW Cagayan de Oro
Kiss FM Midsayap DXDN 103.3 MHz 10 kW Midsayap
Radyo ni Juan Cortes DXPR 96.7 MHz 10 kW Cortes
Nickel Radio Surigao DXRN 97.3 MHz 5 kW Surigao City
Radyo ni Juan Don Carlos DX__-FM 103.7 MHz 5 kW Don Carlos
Radyo ni Juan Malita DX__-FM 88.5 MHz 5 kW Malita
YK FM ComVal DXKY 107.3 MHz 5 kW Nabunturan
Radyo ni Juan Bogo DY__-FM 94.1 MHz 5 kW Bogo
Radyo ni Juan Antique DYVL-FM 95.7 MHz 5 kW San Jose
Radyo ni Juan Siaton DYRA 94.5 MHz 5 kW Siaton
Radyo ni Juan Naval DYLN 101.7 MHz 5 kW Naval