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'''DWAA''' (1422 kHz [[Metro Manila]]) branding as '''DWAA Ahas Radyo''' is a upcoming news and talk AM station owned by [[Mareco Broadcasting Network]] in the [[Philippines]] The station's studio are located at Giga Tower E. Rodriguez Jr Avenue, Barangay Ugong Norte, [[Quezon City]] will be constructed transmitter at San Nicolas, [[Bulakan, Bulacan]]
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'''DWAA''' (1422 kHz [[Metro Manila]]) branding as '''DWAA Ahas Radyo''' is a upcoming news and talk AM station owned by [[Mareco Broadcasting Network]] in the [[Philippines]] The station's studio are located at Giga Tower E. Rodriguez Jr Avenue, Barangay Ugong Norte, [[Quezon City]] will be constructed transmitter at San Nicolas, [[Bulacan, Bulacan]]
  
 
==History==
 
==History==

Latest revision as of 04:07, 21 October 2017

DWAA
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City of license Quezon City
Broadcast area Metro Manila
Branding DWAA Radyo Alagad 1422
Slogan Kinabukasan Ko
First air date September 24, 2016 (as test broadcast)
Frequency 1206 kHz
Format News and talk, Traffic
Power 25,000 watts
ERP 10,000 watts
Class A
Callsign meaning AhAs Radyo
Former callsigns DWBC-AM (1975-2007)
Owner Mareco Broadcasting Network


(Regional Broadcasting Corporation)

Sister stations 105.1 Crossover
Website DZAJ 1206

DWAA (1422 kHz Metro Manila) branding as DWAA Ahas Radyo is a upcoming news and talk AM station owned by Mareco Broadcasting Network in the Philippines The station's studio are located at Giga Tower E. Rodriguez Jr Avenue, Barangay Ugong Norte, Quezon City will be constructed transmitter at San Nicolas, Bulacan, Bulacan

History

DWAW/DWBC 940/954 kHz (1973-2007)

DWAW its a began broadcast on June 1, 1975 was a originally owned by Office of the Civil Defense a first news and public affairs AM station frequency 830 kHz 10 Spacing and moved to 1170 kHz 9 spacing its a final sign off of DZCA on September 2, 1986

DWAA 1422 kHz (2017-present)

File:DWAA-AM Transmitter.jpg
DWAA Planned and constructed Bulakan, Bulacan

The returning to 1170 kHz AM station on test broadcast on September 24, 2016 It's a studio at Ayala Malls Feliz Building., Marcos Highway, Barangay Dela Paz Pasig City on October 16, 2016 however after Typhoon Karen (Sarika) in Manila

In October 20, 2017 MBN acquired station DWBC-AM 1422 kHz was a previously owned by ACWS-United Broadcasting Network its callsign to DWAA branding as DWAA Ahas Radyo Kathy San Gabriel and Ben Tulfo was a first AM station manager of DWAA during the year 2016 The station's format and content were the same as the Abante newspaper and Online tagalog version On September 25, 2016, DZAJ started transmissions on terrestrial radio switching from an old 50,000 watt transmitter (which was used by DZCA/DZRP then) imported from Asia However the after Karen (Sarika) in Manila