KTKB-FM

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KTKB-FM (Megamixx 101.9)
City Dededo, Guam
Broadcast area Guam
Branding Megamixx 101.9
Slogan "Dito Ka na!"
"Forever!"
Frequency 101.9 MHz
First air date June 1, 2003 as 101.9KB
early-2004 as 101.9 FM Megamixx
late-2009 as Megamixx 101.9
Format OPM, Adult CHR (Top 40), Hot AC, Mass media
ERP 46,000 watts
HAAT 156 meters
Class C2
Callsign meaning KT
101.9 KB (former branding)
Owner KM Broadcasting of Guam, LLC
Website http://www.ktkb.com/

KTKB-FM, (101.9 FM) branded as Megamixx 101.9, is the first Filipino format station in the United States territory of Guam.

History[edit]

It was built in late 2002 by Rolly Manuntag—working for its owners from Skokie, Illinois—and officially opened on June 2, 2003.[1]

DJs[edit]

  • Doods & Zoe of The Radio Breakfast eXtreme Show
  • DJ Tass of The Midday Request Express Show
  • Arnold of The Afternoon Shift: Plug n' Play Show
  • Migz of The Flipside: Happy Hapon Show
  • DJ Cure of The Radio on Demand Show
  • DJ Raffy of The Late Nite Show
  • Rolly M. of The Saturdays with The Main Man
  • Tita Gloria Diaz of The Dear Heart Show
  • Initial V of The Saturday Showtime
  • Johnny Z. of The i m radio (international music radio) Show

Format names[edit]

Branding Years active
101.9KB FM June 1, 2003–2004
101.9 Megamixx FM Early 2004–Late 2009
Megamixx 101.9 Late 2009–present

References[edit]

  1. ^ Babauta, Leo (2007-03-03). "Rolly M. Addicted to Radio". Bayanihan / Pacific Daily News. p. 1. 

http://www.mb.com.ph/islanders-shoppers-and-fire-dancers/

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