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|Broadcast area||Western Visayas|
|Branding||107.9 Win Radio Iloilo|
|First air date||1992 (as YNY 107 Iloilo)
2011 (as 107.9 Win Radio Iloilo)
|Format||Modern Rock, Hot AC, OPM|
|Class||B, C, D|
|Callsign meaning||D Y N Y|
|Owner||Progressive Broadcasting Corporation
(One Radio Management)
DYNY (107.9 MHz FM), branded as 107.9 Win Radio Iloilo is a music FM radio station owned by Progressive Broadcasting Corporation in the Philippines. The station's studio & transmitter are located in Rm.302 Delta Building, Quezon St., Iloilo City.
- 1992 - First broadcast as YNY 107 Quite Rock.
- 1994 - Changed format to Iloilo's Rock Radio NU 107.
- 2000 - Leased the whole air time to Ultrasonic Broadcasting System, Inc. as Power 107 with Pop Music Format.
- 2002 - Back to NU 107 Iloilo and via satellite from NU 107 Manila.
- Nov. 2010 - Reverted to YNY 107 Iloilo with Classic rock, Modern Rock & Pinoy Rock.
- 2011 - Reformatted to 107.9 Win Radio Iloilo
- Bibo Gwapito (Bernard Mondana)
- Little E (Emman Llagas)
- Donnie Ledesma
- Hamil Buyco
- Jennifer Javelosa "DANA"
- Clemente Tan "WORM"
- Davey Lazarte
- Edward Delgado "HANS"
- Ansab Urpiana "Kyle"
- Engineer Carlito Anatan
- Ramie S. Zafra
- Alberto Basco
- Roland Santacera
- Clemente Castro jr
- Joemel Villanueva
- Kenneth Diel
- ANDRESS Hucalla
PBC FM stations
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