DYRI

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DYRI-AM
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City Iloilo City
Broadcast area Western Visayas Region
Negros Island Region
Worldwide (Online)
Branding DYRI Siete Siete Cuatro
Slogan Ang Pinakauna nga Radyo Sa Iloilo
Frequency 774 kHz
First air date 1974
Format music, news, public affairs, Drama, Religious
Power 10,000 watts
ERP 20,000 watts
Class B
Callsign meaning DY
Radio
Iloilo
Owner Radio Mindanao Network
Sister stations 95.1 iFM Iloilo
Webcast DYRI RMN Iloilo 774
Website RMN Iloilo News website
For television, see DYRI-TV.

RMN Iloilo DYRI-AM 774 kHz Iloilo City is an AM station owned and operated by Radio Mindanao Network in the Philippines. DYRI-AM studio is located at 3rd Floor, Saint Anne Bldg, Luna Street, La Paz, and its transmitter is located at Barangay Loboc-Lapuz, Iloilo City. DYRI RMN Iloilo operates daily from 3:45 AM to 11:30 PM, except Holy Week of each year where it signs-off at 11:30 PM of Holy Wednesday and lasts until 3:45 AM of Easter Sunday. The main format of the station is, news, public affairs, music, drama and public service.

Last June 12, 2006 the network decided to relaunch RMN Iloilo with the acquisition of a Harris Digital Transmitter with 10 kilowatts of power. As a result, RMN-Iloilo can be heard all over western Visayas part of Luzon, Mindanao, and around the world in partnership with Central Philippine University for webcast services through www.cpu.edu.ph and through the network's own website www.rmniloilo.net.

Top anchorpersons include Novie Guazo, Rhod Tecson, Ronel Sorbito and Emerson Labrillaso. They are supported by news and production personnel such as Sonny Punay, Joel Franco and Candy Campanero as newswriters and newscasters; and Reagan Arlos, Tina Ilustre, Joven Anisco and Bert Ladera as beat and investigative reporters and anchorpersons. Recent radio audience tracking survey showed DYRI RMN-Iloilo dominates three categories which include source of political issues, commentaries and news.

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