DYTC

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DYTC (102.7 Easy Rock Cebu)
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Current logo of 102.7 Easy Rock Cebu
City Cebu City
Broadcast area Central Visayas, parts of Northern Mindanao, and Leyte
Branding 102.7 Easy Rock Cebu
Slogan "Just the Rite Rock"
Frequency 102.7 MHz
First air date 2000 (as YES! FM)
July 1, 2009 (as Easy Rock)
Format Soft rock, adult contemporary
Power 10,000 watts
ERP 25,000 watts
Callsign meaning DY
BroadcasTing
Company
Former callsigns DYES (2000-2009)
Owner Manila Broadcasting Company
(Cebu Broadcasting Company)
Sister stations DYRC Radyo Cebu 648, DZRH 1395 Cebu, 91.5 Yes FM, 97.9 Love Radio
Website http://www.ustream.tv/channel/easy-rock-cebu-live-streaming

DYTC, broadcasting as 102.7 Easy Rock Cebu, is a music FM radio station owned by Cebu Broadcasting Company (a wholly owned subsidiary of Manila Broadcasting Company) in the Philippines. The station is currently broadcasting from Cebu City. Its studio and transmitter are located at Eggling Subdivision, Busay Hills, Cebu City, along with their sister station 91.5 Yes FM Cebu.

History[edit]

  • DYES was started its broadcast in mid-2000 as 102.7 Yes! FM. At that time, it playing the fully automated music of Hot AC and OPM hits without any DJ's for the rest of the days until it went off-the-air sometime late in 2008.
  • On July 1, 2009, the station was formally reformatted to 102.7 Easy Rock and changed its callsign to DYTC. Its format with a soft rock and adult contemporary music with lesser talk, less commercials and more music. And unlike other Easy Rock stations, they have no/less talk, more music and less commercials.
  • On March 16, 2017, Easy Rock Cebu commissioned its brand new 10,000-watt Energy Onix transmitter with good signal and audio quality, making it one of the strongest powerful station in the whole parts of Central Visayas Region, Leyte and some parts in Northern Mindanao.

See also[edit]

Easy Rock stations[edit]

Main article: Easy Rock Network

Easy Rock is also broadcast to 8 provincial stations in the Philippines.

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