DXRR (Nasipit)

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City Nasipit, Agusan del Norte
Broadcast area Agusan del Norte
Branding Radyo Serbisyo 94.3
Slogan Tatak Serbisyo!
Frequency 94.3 mHz
First air date 2001
Format News and Music
Power 1,000 watts
Owner Timogan Family
Website [1]

DXRR FM NASIPIT, branded as Radyo Serbisyo 94.3, is an commercial FM station operating in Nasipit, Agusan del Norte in the Philippines. The station's is located at the 2nd Floor VHAO Building, along Jose Rizal Street, Nasipit, Agusan del Norte, and its transmitter is located at Brgy 3, Nasipit, Agusan del Norte, Philippines.

Radyo Serbisyo 94.3 Nasipit is clearly heard within throughout Nasipit and some barangays of Buenavista and Carmen

Formerly owned by Manila Broadcasting Company, it was formerly called Hot FM from its inception in 2001 until 2013, when Station manager Ronald Timogan independently run the radio station.[citation needed]

The station broadcasts at 4:00 in the morning until 12:00 midnight.

Brief history[edit]

The first and only radio station in Nasipit was born in December 2001 carrying the branding 93.5 MHz Hot FM Nasipit under Manila Broadcasting Company. It was managed by Ronald Timogan, a Municipal Councilor that time.

When it started, Hot FM broadcasts only with the power of 500 watts until the management upgraded its transmitter to 1k sender. The programs of Hot FM were popular among the people of Nasipit. It brings entertainment and music to young listeners and news to elderly. Popular programs were "Awitan ko Ikaw Nasipitnon" every weekend night, "Kalanrakas sa Kusina" heard every noon, "Ronda Nasipit Morning & Afternoon Edition" and later changed to "DXRR News Patrol" Morning & Afternoon, Barangay 93.5 every Sunday with Lolo Carpo, and many more.

At present, the station changed its frequency to 93.7 MHz since Hope FM of Butuan City bought the frequency. And in January 2015 it changed again for the third time its frequency from 93.7 MHz to 94.3 MHz to avoid interference with Hope FM.

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