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|Slogan||"Real-Time News All the Time"|
|First air date||1974|
|Format||music, news, public affairs, entertainment|
|Callsign meaning||DY Ramon Jacinto|
|Owner||Rajah Broadcasting Network, Inc.|
- 1974: First broadcast of RJAM 1152 Boss Radio. It played rock music.
- 1986: After EDSA I, it was rebranded to Radyo Bandido and moved to a new location in the Casa Plaza Building. Its format was news and public service.
- 2010: It was rebranded to DYRJ 1152, but the format remains the same.
RJ AM stations
|DZRJ 810||DZRJ-AM||810 kHz||10 kW||Metro Manila|
|DYRJ 1152 Visayas||DYRJ-AM||1152 kHz||5 kW||Iloilo|
|DXRJ 1476 Mindanao||DXRJ-AM||1476 kHz||15 kW||Cagayan De Oro/Iligan|
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