DZMM


DZMM
ABS-CBN DZMM Radyo Patrol 630
Logo for DZMM (2009-present)
City of license Quezon City
Broadcast area Metro Manila
Branding ABS-CBN DZMM Radyo Patrol 630
Slogan Una Sa Balita, Una Sa Public Service (First in news, First in Public service)
Frequency 630 kHz
First air date July 22, 1986
Format News and Public Affairs/Talk, Religious, Music, Entertainment
Power 50,000 watts
Callsign meaning DZ
Malayang
Mamamayan
(former branding)
Former callsigns DZAQ (1953–1967)
DZXL (1956–1972)
DWWW (1974-1986)
Owner ABS-CBN Corporation
Sister stations Tambayan 101.9
Webcast Listen Live
Website DZMM.com.ph

ABS-CBN DZMM Radyo Patrol 630 (630 kHz Metro Manila) is the flagship AM station of ABS–CBN Corporation in the Philippines. The station's studio is located at the ABS-CBN Broadcast Center, Sgt. Esguerra Ave., cor. Mo. Ignacia St., Diliman, Quezon City, while the transmitter is located at F. Navarette St., Obando, Bulacan. DZMM operates 24 hours a day except on Sundays where it signs-off at 10 pm, and except Holy Week of each year where it signs-off at midnight of Maundy Thursday and lasts until 4 am of Easter Sunday. The current station manager of DZMM is Marah Faner Capuyan.

At present, DZMM is considered[by whom?] as one of the top stations in the AM band in Metro Manila and is recognized as one of the most awarded radio stations in the Philippines by the Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas or KBP.

DZMM is also simulcast via The Filipino Channel and also has a television channel on SkyCable named DZMM TeleRadyo where the studio and hosts of its programs can be seen by its listeners and viewers.

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History

Early years

It began on October 19, 1953, DZAQ, the forerunner of DZMM was the first radio station of the former ABS (Alto Broadcasting System) of the Quirinos under President Elpidio Quirino's brother, Antonio (originally came from the pre-1953 experimental station DZBC). DZAQ features news, variety and music programs on an AM format which then the basis of DZAQ-TV, years later when ABS and CBN were merged into a single network in 1967, DZAQ switched into CBN-owned DZXL, another AM broadcaster simply named as DZXL Radyo Patrol, the pre-martial law station of ABS-CBN until 1972.

However on the night of September 23, 1972, both DZXL, DZYK and DZAQ-TV were halted as Metrocom forces seized ABS-CBN broadcast complex two days after President Ferdinand Marcos declared martial law, even DZAQ/DZXL personalities are arrested because of strict censorship as it went off the air, two years after the forced shut down of all radio and television stations, DWWW, a crony-owned AM station of Kanlaon Broadcasting System (KBS) began to air in 1974 which contains not only in news, but also public service programs and music as well. Veteran anchors and new recruits like Johnny de Leon, Rod Navarro, Noli de Castro and Vic Morales are some the announcers of the station, came into DWWW at that time. When the 1986 EDSA Revolution was started for three days, reformist rebels stormed into RPN broadcast complex as DWWW knocked off from the air following the capture of channel 4 on the morning of February 24, 1986. At the end, both DWWW and DWOK of BBC were sequestered by the government.

The fall of the Marcos Regime brought about the return of ABS-CBN. In July 1986, then newly-formed Presidential Commission on Good Government turned two radio stations, DWWW of RPN and DWOK of BBC, back to ABS-CBN. DWWW was renamed DZMM and resumes broadcasting. Lito Balquierda Jr., Vice-President for Radio, spearheaded the return of the giant network to the local broadcasting scene.

The network started recruiting both experienced and new employees including Radyo Patrol Reporters. Their studios were initially located at Chronicle Building in Pasig (Where Benpres Corporation is currently located). After days of careful planning, DZMM was born, carrying the tagline "Ang Himpilan ng Malayang Mamamayan" (Station of the Free Citizen) on July 22, 1986.

Dely Magpayo was the first ever anchor to grace the airwaves of the station with her program Dear Tiya Dely, followed by other broadcast icons like Jun Ricafrente, Rene Jose, and Noli de Castro, newly-recruited women Gel Santos-Rejos, Mel Tiangco and Angelique Lazo as well as late greats Ka Ernie Baron and Kuya Cesar.

Also, Knowledge Power, the first ever full-length program of the station was launched. It was also the country’s first-ever scholastic program on AM radio.

As it was in the past, DZMM held on the tradition of the stalwart DZAQ/DZXL ABS-CBN Radyo Patrol (field reporters) of the '60s and early '70s to further develop the station's capabilities in serving the public. Mr. Jun Ricafrente, one of the original members of the team, started training new recruits. The first to be hired were Claude Vitug, Emil Recometa, Lito Villarosa and Neil Ocampo.

In October 1986, the station was transferred to its current studios in the ABS-CBN Broadcast Center in Quezon City.

In 1987, the first ever tandem on local AM radio was introduced. Mel Tiangco and Jay Sonza were the host of Mel & Jay and immediately became a hit to the listeners and lasted for couple of years. It was also in the same year when DZMM build a remarkable roster of radio talents, including Ted Failon, Korina Sanchez, Frankie Evangelista and Neil Ocampo.

It was also in this year when military insurgents took over the station. However, this did not stop DZMM from delivering news to the public, the booth was moved to then undisclosed location and immediately resumed broadcasting.

Ted Failon joined DZMM’s roster of broadcasters in 1990 and had a program with the station entitled Gising Pilipinas who formerly aired everyday at 2-4 am.

News coverages and events

Since 1986, DZMM reporters covered the biggest events in the late 80's and the early 90's like the Mendiola riot, August 1987 coup, Supertyphoon Sisang, MV Doña Paz tragedy, death of Ferdinand Marcos, December 1989 Christmas coup, Luzon killer earthquake, Mt. Pinatubo eruption and Gulf War. All of these were witnessed and listened on AM radio to listeners, together with ABS-CBN News team.

Public service on radio

In 1991, Aksyon Ngayon, the first ever program on AM radio devoted solely to public service was created. First anchored by Korina Sanchez and Ted Failon, Aksyon Ngayon immediately soared to the top of the ratings list. Because of the thousands of less-fortunate Kapamilyas flocking the station asking help from Aksyon Ngayon, the executives decided to create the DZMM Public Service Center, the first ever separate office exclusively created for public service by a local AM station. Currently, Aksyon Ngayon is being anchored by Julius Babao and Kaye Dacer with Zaldy Naguit.

On November 5, 1993, DZMM launched Pulis, Pulis Kung Umaksiyon, Mabilis. The program was first anchored by broadcast icons, Kabayan Noli de Castro, Jay Sonza, and Mel Tiangco. It was created to keep the public informed on the activities of the Philippine National Police. It also became a venue for comments and grievances of the listening public on issues concerning the law enforcers.

In 1995, DZMM won the KBP Golden Dove awards for the Best AM Radio Station. It was also on the same year when DZMM produced the award-winning Radio Documentary, Ang Kasaysayan ng Radyo sa Pilipinas – the first ever radio special that won three major awards from three celebrated award-giving bodies. The documentary was conferred with the Lorenzo Ruiz award by the CMMA, Best Radio Program Promoting the Culture and the Arts by KBP, and Best Radio Program by the Golden Pearl Award.

DZMM once again was declared Best AM Radio Station by the KBP Golden Dove Awards in 1996. On November 5, Jeep ni Erap was formally launched on DZMM. The then vice-president Joseph Estrada himself anchored the program that tackled issues concerning the masses.

Also, in 1996, DZMM became the first local AM station to be made available in the World Wide Web with its inclusion in the ABS-CBN website. All programs of the stations are broadcast live and can be enjoyed by all Filipinos around the world via The Filipino Channel (TFC).

New Slogan, Sky Patrol

DZMM logo used from 2000-2009

In 1998, from Himpilan ng Malayang Mamamayan, DZMM, under the leadership of then Vice-President for Radio Network Division Kabayan Noli de Castro, was re-launched as DZMM Radyo Patrol 630 with a much stronger and bolder battle cry, "Una sa Balita, Una sa Public Service".

DZMM ranked first among all AM radio stations in 1998. For the fourth year in a row, it won the KBP Golden Dove Award for Best AM Radio Station. In its continuing effort to help our less-fortunate Kapamilyas, DZMM staged the first ever OPLAN MM or Malusog at Malakas na Mamamayan. This event was first held at Sta. Cruz, Manila where 1500 residents were given medical and dental care. On June 11, DZMM aired its centennial special titled, Ang Media at ang Kasarinlan.

On September 14, 1998, ABS-CBN Sky Patrol, the first ever news chopper in the country, was launched. Anchored by Ricky Velasco, Sky Patrol changed the way of delivering and gathering news. ABS-CBN Sky Patrol is the news chopper of DZMM, ABS-CBN and ABS-CBN News Channel.

The station's Iwas Dagdag-Bawas and Oplan MM ‘98 campaigns were cited as Outstanding Public Service Messages by the prestigious AdBoard Araw Values Awards 1998, besting more than 100 entries from different advertising companies and broadcast networks.

Kabayan

Since 1986, Kabayan (Kapangyarihan ng Mamamayan, Balita at Talakayan) is the longest-running radio program hosted by Noli de Castro allowing to place a timeslot after DZMM Balita which focused on issues related to political and social situation. In February 2001, the last episodes of Kabayan (Kapangyarihan ng Mamamayan, Balita at Talakayan) aired. At the time, it was DZMM’s top-rating radio program anchored by Noli de Castro. The show had to end its run in order to allow de Castro to run for the Senate. In July 2010, Kabayan (Kapangyarihan ng Mamamayan, Balita at Talakayan) returned to DZMM as de Castro serves as the current host on weekdays.

Also in 2001, DZMM celebrated its 15th anniversary of broadcasting on-air with its richly deserved tagline, "Una sa Balita, Una sa Public Service". It was also on the same year when the station tapped the power of text messaging with DZMM TxtPatrol. This technology enabled the listeners to voice out their concerns faster and easier.

DZMM’s trademark drama theatre aired weekday afternoons, changing the way people perceived radio drama. The drama theatre featured the real life-stories of DZMM anchors like Bro. Jun Banaag, Joey Galvez, Sen. Alfredo Lim, and other personalities. It was also on the same year when Sports Talk was launched. This jam-packed sports-oriented program won CMMA’s Best Sports Program on its first year of airing.

In 2005, listeners’ first heard the DZMM theme. It was composed by Jessie Lasaten, with words of Bing Palao, Robert Labayen, and Peter Musngi (now ABS-CBN's Vice President for Radio), and sang by Reuben Laurente, a former member of the music group The Company.

On February 7, 2006, SikaPinoy was conferred with the Anvil Award of Merit by the celebrated Anvil Awards of the Public Relations Society of the Philippines (PRSP).

20 years

It was also in 2006 when DZMM celebrated its 20th Anniversary in Araneta Coliseum with a bang- dubbed as Happy 20 DZMM. The theme of DZMM was given a different twist with the Megastar- Sharon Cuneta singing the anthem.

More awards in 2007

In 2007, DZMM continued to be the most awarded radio station in the Philippines after reaping awards from the different award-giving bodies in the country and even abroad.

On October 25, 2007, DZMM won three awards in the 29th Catholic Mass Media Awards. It included Best News Program for Radyo Patrol Balita Alas Onse Y Medya, Best Radio Drama for Maala-ala Mo Kaya sa DZMM and Best Business Program for Radyo Negosyo.

DZMM is proud to won in the Best News for Radio in the 2007 Asia Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) Prizes held in Tehran. Radyo Patrol Balita Alas Onse Y Medya bested more than 50 entries worldwide including Hong Kong's RTHK, China's RTPRC/CNR, and Singapore's MediaCorp Radio.

Bago Yan Ah, the science-based program hosted by Angelo Palmones during Saturdays at 4pm is also a finalist in the 2007 ABU Prizes for the Best Infotainment category.

DZMM top the 16th KBP Golden Dove Awards held in Clark, Pampanga on November 16, 2007. The station won 10 awards, especially the Best AM Station for the year. Other awards include; Best Radio Variety Program for Todo-todo Walang Preno, Best Radio Program for Maala-ala Mo Kaya, Best Radio Public Service Program for Radyo Negosyo, and Best Science and Technology Program for Bago Yan ‘Ah.

Armel Fernandez won the KBP Award for Best Radio Field Reporter, Ariel Ureta for Best Radio Variety Program Host, Korina Sanchez for Best Radio Public Affairs Program Host and Angelo Palmones for Best Science and Technology Journalist.

The stations plug for Martial Law had also won the Golden Dove for Best Public Service Announcement.

Meanwhile, the Rotary Club of Manila honored DZMM as the Radio Station of the Year for its balanced news and quality programming.

On December 11, 2007 , six DZMM anchors had been conferred with the Anak TV Seal as Most Admired Male and Female Personalities. They include Julius Babao, Ted Failon, Korina Sanchez, Christine Bersola, Karen Davila and Bernadette Sembrano.

The 3rd Jose G. Burgos Jr. Awards for Biotech Journalism had given Angelo Palmones, DZMM station manager a special citation during the awarding ceremonies at the Balai Kalinaw in University of the Philippines Diliman on November 29, 2007.

The Biotechnology for Life Media and Advocacy Resource Center (BMARC) recognized Palmones for his outstanding and consistent commitment in popularizing biotechnology.

DZMM had also reaped two awards in the 2007 PopDev Media Awards held at the Traders Hotel, Pasay City in December. PAKSA’s "Populasyon Sa Pilipinas Paano Ito Makokontrol," won the Best Radio Production for Broadcast Category, while TJ Correa’s (DZMM Researcher) special report, "Populasyong Mabilis ang Paglobo, Ano nga ba ang Benepisyo at Sakripisyo?" had been a runner-up.

The PopDev Awards pays accolade to tri-media practitioners who have made and produced special reports about population and development. It is undertaken by the Philippine Legislators' Committee and the United Nations Population Fund through its 6th Country Programme.

2008

DZMM started the year with a bang after bagging all the awards for AM radio category in the Second Gandingan 2008: UPLB Isko't Iska's Broadcast Choice Awards held on January 19, 2008 at the DL Umali Auditorium in UP Los Baños in Laguna.

DZMM received the Best AM Station and the special award for being the Most Development-Oriented Radio Station in the country.

Tambalang Failon at Sanchez was hailed as the Best AM Program and Korina Sanchez as the Best AM Announcer.

Gandingan 2008 is conducted by the UP Community Broadcasters’ Society in UPLB..

2008 New York Festivals Radio Broadcasting Awards

DZMM Radyo Patrol 630 recently bagged the silver prize in the prestigious New York Festivals for Radio Broadcasting. The awards night took place last June 19 at the Tribeca Rooftop in New York City. ABS-CBN's radio station won in the Breaking News Story category (Longform) for its special coverage of the Manila hostage drama.[1]

Other awards

DZMM as proclaimed Radio Station of the Year and its Station Manager Angelo Palmones won Broadcast Journalist of the Year for Radio. The Rotary Club of Manila presented the awards in a luncheon ceremony at the Manila Polo Club last July 31.[1]

25 Years

On February 25, 2011, DZMM introduced their tagline Silveradyo, celebrating their 25th Anniversary. Takbo Para sa Karunungan (Literacy Run), a fun run succeeding Takbo Para sa Kalikasan, was held at the Quirino Grandstand on March 13, 2011.

A trade event of DZMM was held at One Esplanade at SM Mall of Asia on May 31, 2011.[2]

The new station ID for the station's 25th Anniversary was launched on June 12, 2011. Philippine Philarmonic Orchestra, UP Concert Chorus, Erik Santos and Angeline Quinto performed the anthem.

DZMM programs

Radyo Patrol anchors

Present

  • Gus Abelgas
  • Noel Alamar
  • Fr. Nono Alfonso, SJ
  • Boots Anson-Roa
  • Julius Babao
  • Neil Badion
  • Gerry Baja
  • Carl Balita
  • Bubbles Bandojo
  • Jun Banaag
  • Jing Castañeda
  • Atty. Claire Castro
  • May Valle-Ceniza
  • Atty. Danny Concepcion
  • Winnie Cordero
  • Niña Corpuz
  • Kaye Dacer
  • Karen Davila
  • Noli De Castro
  • Vic De Leon-Lima
  • Alvin Elchico
  • DJ Richard Enriquez
  • Ted Failon
  • Betsy Magsalin-Fuentes
  • Gretchen Fullido
  • Jon Ibañez
  • Jimmy Licauco
  • Nelson Lubao
  • Zeny Maglaya
  • TJ Manotoc
  • Norma Marco
  • Fr. Jerome Marquez, SVD
  • Ambet Nabus
  • Zaldy Naguit
  • Willie Nepomuceno
  • Henry Omaga-Diaz
  • Fr. Jerry Orbos, SVD
  • David Oro
  • Cory Quirino
  • Ilsa Reyes
  • Rosel Manahan
  • Ahwel Paz
  • Francine Prieto
  • Jasmin Romero
  • Ricky Rosales
  • Bles Salvador
  • Zhander Cayabyab
  • Fr. Bel San Luis, SVD
  • Alex Santos
  • Yani Santos
  • Charo Santos-Concio
  • Bernadette Sembrano
  • Star Gazer
  • Anthony Taberna
  • Ruby Bernardo-Tayag
  • Onse Tolentino
  • Ariel Ureta
  • Dean Amado Valdez
  • Freddie Webb
  • Pinky Webb
  • Bobby Yan
  • Louie Tabing
  • Tessa Prieto Valdes
  • Fatima Soriano
  • Maresciel Yao

Past

  • Boy Abunda
  • Roland Ace
  • Marvin Aguda
  • Jenny Almazan
  • Dindo Amparo
  • RB Andres
  • Tony Angeles
  • Emmylou Aquino
  • Roger Arienda
  • Inday Badiday
  • Billy Balbastro
  • Ernie Baron
  • Jobart Bartolome
  • Doris Bigronia
  • Fr. F.C. Burlongan
  • Joe Burgos
  • Brixton Busto
  • Edinel Calvario
  • Tony Calvento
  • Ricky Carandang
  • Carlo Castillo
  • Rene Cayetano †
  • Cheryl Cosim
  • Ely Cruz Ramirez
  • Aiza Reneva-Cruz
  • Martin D.
  • Kaizer Daquita
  • Chris Daluz †
  • Ada De Leon
  • Melo Del Prado
  • Bal Domingo
  • Frankie Evangelista †
  • Joseph Estrada
  • Joey Falcon
  • Bong Faustino
  • Cristy Fermin
  • Armel Fernandez
  • Francis Flores
  • Joey Galvez
  • Mario Garcia
  • Flora Gasser
  • Frances Gloria
  • Aida Gonzales
  • Bobby Guanzon
  • Jorge Guerrero
  • Marie Gutierrez
  • Rene Jose
  • Inday Jutay
  • Rey Langit
  • Bong Lapira
  • Angelique Lazo
  • Alfredo Lim
  • Alfie Lorenzo
  • Fidela "Tiya Dely" Magpayo †
  • Jake Maderazo
  • Dr. Dick Manubay
  • Edu Manzano
  • Orly Mercado
  • Richard Merk
  • Johnny Midnight
  • Norman Mitchell
  • Tina Monzon-Palma
  • Jobert Sucaldito
  • Vic Morales †
  • Hans Mortel
  • Cesar Nacum †
  • Neil Ocampo
  • Apa Ongpin
  • Rowena Orejana
  • Gani Oro
  • Angelo Palmones
  • Salvador Panelo
  • Francis "Kiko" Pangilinan
  • Jeng Paraboles
  • Amy Perez
  • Willy Perez
  • Daniel Razon
  • Emil Recometa
  • Jo Reyes
  • Zhander Cayabyab
  • Oskee Salazar
  • Kathy San Gabriel
  • Fely Salvahan
  • Giselle Sanchez
  • Korina Sanchez
  • Marlo Sanchez
  • Gel Santos-Relos
  • Roy Seneres
  • Jay Sonza
  • Bernadette Surban
  • Jun Tana
  • Leddy Tantoco
  • Joe Taruc
  • Mel Tiangco
  • Erwin Tulfo
  • Jude Turcuato
  • Carmelita Valdez
  • Lito Villarosa †
  • Claude Vitug
  • Laila Chikadora
  • Vic Jose †
  • Christine Bersola-Babao

Radyo Patrol reporters

  • Rod Izon (RP 12) - Special Assignments
  • Ruby Bernardo-Tayag (RP 16) - Senate Correspondents
  • Angelo Almonte (RP 17 and RP Manager)
  • David Oro (RP 19) - News Desk
  • Jun Lingcoran (RP 24) - Malacañang Correspondents
  • Junry Hidalgo (RP 31) - House of Representatives Correspondents
  • Nelson Lubao (RP 33) - News Desk/Special Assignments
  • Jon Ibañez (RP 35) - Special Assignments
  • Edwin Sevidal (RP 37) - Special Assignments
  • Noel Alamar (RP 38) - War correspondent (PNP/Defense Reporter)
  • Ricky Velasco (RP 39) - Traffic Report and Special Assignments
  • Jeffrey Hernaez (RP 41)- Special Assignments
  • Dennis Datu (RP 42) - Special Assignments
  • Alex Calda (RP) - Special Assignments
  • Henry Atuelan (RP) - Special Assignments
  • Dexter Ganibe (RP) - Special Assignments
  • Johnson Manabat (RP) - Special Assignments
  • Jeff Gallos (RP) - Special Assignments
  • Charlie Mendoza (RP) - Special Assignments

Provincial correspondents

Luzon

    • Randy Menor (Laoag Correspondent)
    • Mae Cortes (Isabela Correspondent)
    • Julius Camba (Isabela Correspondent)
    • Maira Wallis (Baguio Correspondent)
    • Cris Zuniga (Dagupan Correspondent)
    • Butch Gamboa † (Nueva Ecija Correspondent)
    • Jay Pelayo (Pampanga Correspondent)
    • Ramon Lazaro (Bulacan Correspondent)
    • Carolyn Bonquin (Batangas Correspondent)
    • Arnell Ozaeta (Batangas Correspondent)
    • Charlie Mendoza (Rizal Correspondent)
    • Eric Dastas (Cavite Correspondent)
    • Vic Pambuan (Laguna Correspondent)
    • Ronilo Dagos(Lucena Correspondents)
    • Johnny Glorioso (Quezon Correspondent)
    • Jose Carretero (Naga Correspondent)
    • Rose Olarte Orbita (Legazpi City Correspondent)

Visayas

    • Sharon Evite-Carangue (Tacloban Correspondent)
    • Yasmin Pascual Dormido (Bacolod Correspondent)
    • Rico Lucena (Cebu Correspondent)
    • Jun Perez (Cebu Correspondent)
    • Nony Basco (Iloilo Correspondent)

Mindanao

    • Crismon Llano (Pagadian Correspondent)
    • Primy Cane (Cagayan de Oro Correspondent)
    • Fred Delleva (Cagayan De Oro Correspondent)
    • Paul Palacio (Davao Correspondent)
    • Michelle Robin (Davao Correspondent)
    • Jay Dayupay (Gensan Correspondent)
    • Richmond Hinayon (Butuan Correspondent)
    • Jewel Reyes (Zamboanga Correspondent)

Radyo Patrol stations

  • DZMM 630 kHz-Manila/Luzon-Wide Region (with nationwide propagation polarization broadcast^)
  • DYAB 1512 kHz-Cebu/Visayas Region
  • DXAB 1296 kHz-Davao/Mindanao Region

^ also broadcast in ABS-CBN Now and The Filipino Channel (TFC).

See also

References

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