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DYRT (Barangay RT Cebu)
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CityCebu City
Broadcast areaCentral Visayas and surrounding areas
Frequency99.5 MHz
BrandingBarangay RT 99.5
Language(s)Cebuano, Filipino
FormatPop MOR, OPM
NetworkBarangay FM
OwnerGMA Network Inc.
DYSS Super Radyo
GMA TV-7 Cebu
GTV 27 Cebu
First air date
February 4, 1980 (1980-02-04)
Former names
  • Dobol 9.5 RT (February 4, 1980-February 28, 1995)
  • Campus Radio (March 1, 1995-July 28, 2002)
  • 99.5 RT (July 29, 2002-February 16, 2014)
Technical information
Licensing authority
Power15,000 watts
ERP75,000 watts
WebcastListen Live

DYRT (99.5 FM) - on-air as Barangay RT 99.5 - is a radio station owned and operated by GMA Network. The station's studio is located at the GMA Skyview Complex, Nivel Hills, Apas, Cebu City, while its transmitter facilities are located at Mt. Busay, Brgy. Bonbon, Cebu City. The station operates 24 hours a day.[1][2]


1980-1995: Double 9.5 RT[edit]

The station was established on February 4, 1980 as Double 9.5 RT, the first provincial FM station of RGMA. At that time, it aired an Adult Top 40 format and English was used as its medium.

1995-2014: Campus Radio/99.5 RT[edit]

On March 1, 1995 (the launch of RGMA done by Mike Enriquez) the station rebranded as Campus Radio 99.5 RT with the slogan "Forever!". When Bobby Nalzaro took over the operations of GMA Cebu in 1997, the station changed its slogan to "Nindota-Ah!", which was later adapted by several RGMA FM stations in Mindanao a year later, and changed its medium to Cebuano. The station switched to Contemporary MOR format. On July 29, 2002, the Campus Radio branding was dropped. From 2013 to 2018, as conducted by Nielsen Radio Audience Measurement, 99.5 RT Cebu was the dominant overall Number 1 Radio Station in Cebu.[3]

2014-present: Barangay RT[edit]

Barangay RT 99.5 logo (2014-2017)
Barangay RT 99.5 logo (2017-2019)

On February 17, 2014, as part of RGMA's brand unifying, the station rebranded to Barangay RT 99.5 and carried-over the slogan "Isang Bansa, Isang Barangay". Since then, it began simulcasting a handful of programs from its Manila station.[4]


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