DWWW

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DWWW
DWWW774logo.jpg
City of license Quezon City
Broadcast area Metro Manila
Branding DWWW
Slogan The Premier Station.
First air date 1964 (as DZLM 1430)
1974 (as DWOO 1430)
1978 (as DWOO 774)
Frequency 774 kHz
Format news, public affairs, entertainment
Power 25,000 watts
Callsign meaning DWWW
Owner Interactive Broadcast Media Inc.


DWWW (774 kHz Metro Manila) is an AM stereo station owned and operated by Interactive Broadcast Media Inc. in the Philippines. The studio is located at #32 E. Rodriguez Sr. Ave., Quezon City, while the transmitter is located at Brgy. Tagalag, Valenzuela City, Philippines. This station is known for playing music from 11am - 12mn.

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History

DZLM/DWOO/DWAT 1430/774 kHz

The modern DWWW started as DZLM 1430 kilocycles in 1964 under the Mareco Broadcasting Network. The served as the promotional radio station for Villar Records and Mabuhay Records. In 1974 DZLM changed its callsign DWOO, changig its frequency 774 kHz and format to news & talk. in 1994 DWOO changed again to DWAT and served as the first station of veteran broadcasters, Ferna Gulapa, Willie Delgado, and the son of the late Louie Beltran, Cito Beltran

List of DWWW talents (Past and Present)

  • Johnson Manabat*
  • Anne Bernardino
  • Vic Morales*
  • Lary Damian
  • Nina Mansanares Agu
  • Isa Avendaño
  • Lillibeth Nacion*
  • Dr. Jaime Galves Tan
  • Angelique Mercado
  • Zac Sarian
  • Caloy Castro

*Also a Voiceover.

Slogans

  • DWOO Kinabukasan Ko (1990-1992)
  • DWOO Super Pinoy Radyo (1992-1994)

Station ID

(Voiced by the late Joey Galvez) D-W-O-O, Super Pinoy Radyo (Voiced by the late Vic Morales) D-W-W-W, The Premier Station in Music, News and Public Service, Siyete Siyete Kwatroooo... AM Stereo.


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