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Unidentified stations from the Philippines

If you understand Tagalog or other Philippino languages, I would greatly appreciate your help. I have heard interesting radio stations from the Philippines, but I haven't been able to identify them. This page contains recordings of those stations.

The sound files are in Real Media format. You need the Real Player software to listen to these files. If you don't have Real Player, you can download the basic version for free from here. Then just listen to the soundfiles, compare your observations with others and please email me what you hear.

(Updated with comments on February 17th 2001)

 Philippines
 kHz:  date: time UTC: file name: comments on the station:
1035 1.3.1997 1555 1035c.rm "Number one ..., member KBP" The listed stations here are: DZWX Baguio (Consolidated Bc System) and DYUM Ormoc, Leyte (University of Mindanao), so I guess this must be DZWX? DYRL Bacolod was not yet here, but on 1341 kHz instead.
Paul Ormandy: I think it's an add for JVC (that's what my ears tell me!).
1035 7.12.2000 1354 1035a.rm I don't hear any apparent ID, but perhaps the talk could give a hint on the location
Paul Ormandy: mentions Manila, which is clutching at straws a little!
1044 12.1.2005 1318 This was heard on 1043.68 kHz. Previously DXCO Cagayan de Oro (of Radio Pilipino) has been heard on this split. Mentions DZYM Mindoro (1539) and DWRN Naga (657) - which both belong to the Philippine Radio Corporation - and a third station, which sounds like DWIL Legaspi. There is DWRL Legaspi on 1080 kHz. So the IDs don't quite fit...


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