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Description of Bombo Radyo Philippines
Broadcasting from 24 key cities and provinces nationwide, Bombo Radyo is the creation of 50 years of painstaking hard work, dedication, determination and perseverance. DYFM (now known as Bombo Radyo Iloilo), the flagship station began its broadcast on July 6, 1966. The first studio was situated at Mapa Street. DYFM was then a part of the Northern Broadcasting. From such humble beginnings, DYFM Bombo Radyo ascended to the number one ranking in the surveys from 1979/1980 up to the present. The following years showed growth for the fledgling Network. Assets were acquired and logistics procured. Bombo Radyo became a brand name very much known for its latest news (local, national, international, sports, entertainment (anything that would the interest the public), in-depth discussion and analysis of timely and burning issues, fearless commentaries, and controversial exposes against prominent and powerful politicians. To date, all over the Philippines, there are 20 Bombo Radyo stations, majority of which are consistently dominant and official number 1 in survey ratings, and 11 Star FM stations which are also being widely patronized by radio listeners. This year in time for the Golden Year Anniversary, also marked the passing of the baton of leadership to Dr. Florete’s daughter, Ms. Margaret Ruth Florete as the new President and Chief Executive Officer of Bombo Radyo Philippines. Indeed, Bombo Radyo Philippines, a respected and credible radio network, does not rest on its laurels as it firmly believes that there is no way but to move forward in sync with the time and the new technology even responsive to its listeners, geared to public service for the good of the country and our people. With Bombo Radyo Philippines app, you can listen to: Bombo Radyo Tuguegarao, Bombo Radyo Laoag, Bombo Radyo Vigan, Bombo Radyo Cauayan, Bombo Radyo La Union, Bombo Radyo Baguio, Bombo Radyo Dagupan, Bombo Radyo Naga, Bombo Radyo Legazpi, Bombo Radyo Iloilo, Bombo Radyo Bacolod, Bombo Radyo Cebu, Bombo Radyo Roxas, Bombo Radyo Kalibo, Bombo Radyo Tacloban, Bombo Radyo Davao, Bombo Radyo Butuan, Bombo Radyo Gensan, Bombo Radyo Koronadal and Bombo Radyo Cagayan de Oro.