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|Broadcast area||Metro Manila, surrounding areas|
|First air date||1970s|
|Format||news, public affairs, entertainment|
|Former frequencies||1280 kHz|
|Owner||Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation|
Formerly owned by Prime Broadcasting Network named Radyo Karera, which owns Karrera TV, it had a simulcast of horse racings. It became inactive since mid-2007.
Recently, Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation has bought back this station, since during that time the station (as DWKW years) from 1970s to 1980s, then to DWAN from 1986 until sold to Bubby Dacer-led "Asia Pacific News and Features" in 1996 and lasted in 2004, 3 years prior to MMDA had bought the station in 2007, before it went inactive in mid-2010; and started its test broadcast around October 2008. But until now, this station is inactive.
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