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|Broadcast area||Western Visayas|
|Branding||89.5 Home Radio Iloilo|
|Slogan||"The Home of the Millenials"
"The Music of Now"
|First air date||1994|
|Format||CHR, Top 40|
|Owner||Aliw Broadcasting Corporation|
DYQN (89.5 FM), broadcasting as Home Radio 89.5 Iloilo, is the music FM station of Aliw Broadcasting Corporation. Its studios and transmitters are located at Iloilo City. The main format of the station is News & Music.
The station first broadcast as Q-89 the next big thing way back in November 1993. Playing the latest up-scale music. In the July 1994, they introduce Student Jocks as trainee. Every Sunday Students take the board work of regular DJs and make their own creativity work their style. In January 1995, all Student Jocks end their program and graduate and make their own destiny in radio business and at the same time change name to Q89 the station who cares. In around 1999, the station changed their name again to Home Radio Q89 they change their music format to masa or low class music. But by 2000 Metro Manila's Home Radio changed their music format to easy listening. In a matter of six month of easy listening music format it made good impression in the listeners. They immediately implemented to all their provincial station.
As of March 2014, Home Radio was reformat again as Natural!
In November 2014, 89.5 was rebranded again as Home Radio for its 2nd iteration.
pancho villa hosted the weekend top thirty countdown. the most popular countdown in iloilo.
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