Notre Dame Broadcasting Corporation

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Notre Dame Broadcasting Corporation
Radio Station
Founded 1956
Founder Bishop Gerard Mongeau
Headquarters NDBC Business Center:
Kidapawan City, North Cotabato, Philippines
NDBC Media Marketing Office:
Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Key people
Fr. Jonathan Domingo, managing director
Owner Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate - Philippine province
Divisions NDBC Media Marketing

Notre Dame Broadcasting Corporation (NDBC) is a radio network based in Kidapawan; it is an affiliate of Catholic Media Network. It was granted a license to broadcast in 1956 by a special act of legislation by the Congress of the Philippines.[1]


The network won two awards in the audio category at the International Committee of the Red Cross Human Reporting Awards in 2013 for two features: Tudok Firiz: Meketefu and Mga Bakwit: TNT (Takbo-ng-Takbo) sa Maguindanao.[2]

In 2013 the network also won two national journalism awards from the Philippines Department of Health for health reporting.[3]

In 2014 the station won three Golden Dove Awards from the Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas for Best Radio Documentary Program, Best Radio Special Program and Best Science and Technology program host, as well as nominations for Best Public Affairs Service program host, and Best Radio Public Service Announcement.[4] It was also awarded Best Agriculture Radio segment at the Bright Leaf Agriculture Journalism Awards.[5]

In 2015 the station's weekly peace segment won an award from the Catholic Mass Media Association.[6]

Radio stations[edit]

Branding Callsign Frequency Power Location
DXND Radyo Bida DXND 747 kHz 5 kW Kidapawan
DXMS Radyo Bida DXMS 882 kHz 5 kW Cotabato
DXOM Radyo Bida DXOM-AM 963 kHz 5 kW Koronadal
Happy FM Kidapawan DXDM 88.7 MHz 5 kW Kidapawan
Happy FM Koronadal DXOM 91.7 MHz 5 kW Koronadal
Happy FM Cotabato DXOL 92.7 MHz 5 kW Cotabato
Bambi FM DWSJ 97.7 MHz 10 kW Occidental Mindoro


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