Love Radio Network
|Type||Broadcast radio network|
|Availability||By local and national|
|Slogan||"GVGV Lang, Walang Hate, Puro Love Lang!"|
Manila Broadcasting Company|
(Philippine Broadcasting Corporation)
Love Radio Network is a broadcast radio network in the Philippines owned by Manila Broadcasting Company. Its headquarters are located at Cultural Center of the Philippine Complex, Pasay City, Manila. Its flagship station is DZMB in Metro Manila, which has been rated as #1 in the FM radio ratings for 15 years (from 2002 to 2017), according to the KBP's Radio Research Council Surveys and AC Nielsen Car Survey.
Love Radio was previously known by its call letters DZMB when it began broadcasts on the FM band in 1975 from its first broadcast days on the AM band. Back then, it played mainstream pop, later relegating to easy listening music. As DZMB, it also introduced and institutionalized the deep-voiced radio announcers.
Some of the radio DJs who worked are Chris Tsuper, Nicole Hyala, Tanya Chinita, Diego Bandido, Lyka Barista, Totoy Bato, Raqi Terra and Lala Banderas.
- Raprapan Sa Umaga with Diego Bandido and Totoy Bato (Monday-Friday 4am-8am)
- Tambalan with Chris Tsuper and Nicole Hyala (Monday-Friday 8am-11am)
- MNTN: Matunog Noon, Tutugtog Ngayon with Tanya Chinita (Monday-Friday 11am-3pm)
- Raqi's Secret Files with Raqi Terra (Monday-Friday 3pm-5pm)
- EDSA sa Love Radio with Lyka Barista (Monday-Friday 5pm-7pm)
- Pag-Ibig Feels by Caren Armillo (Monday-Friday 7pm-9pm)
- Usapang LDR with Lala Banderas (Monday-Friday 9pm-12mn)
- Catch 22 Pilipinas with Shai Tisai and Sexy Terry (Saturday 9am-12nn)××
- Sunday Golden Morning
- Jukebox Hits
- Sunday Showdown
- Sunday Afternoon Special
- Afternoon Showdown
× - Broadcasts in all Love Radio stations
×× - Also syndicated on Yes! The Best and Easy Rock
Love Radio stations
- Further information: Love Radio stations
- MBC Sales and Promotion - LOVE RADIO: 9 YEARS OF BEING #1 Retrieved on 03-11-09.
- The Manila Times Internet Edition | LIFE & TIMES > Listen to the new Love Radio Archived 2009-04-06 at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved on 05-23-07.