Easy Rock Network
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Historiya[edit | edit source]
The Easy Rock Network was formed on May 18, 2009. The formation of the Easy Rock Network started with an initial rebrand of the newly-acquired DWRK radio station, which MBC bought from the ACWS-United Broadcasting network on October 6, 2008. The Easy Rock network was later expanded by rebranding a number of former Yes FM stations, Love Radio and Hot FM stations to Easy Rock.
The format of Easy Rock resembles of the WRock Format.
Saray estasiyon diad Easy Rock[edit | edit source]
Easy Rock is also broadcast to 9 provincial stations in the Philippines
|96.3 Easy Rock||DWRK||96.3 MHz||25 kW||Metro Manila|
|91.9 Easy Rock Baguio||DZST||91.9 MHz||10 kW||Baguio|
|93.5 Easy Rock Boracay||DYEY||93.5 MHz||1 kW||Boracay|
|92.3 Easy Rock Iloilo||DYST||92.3 MHz||10 kW||Iloilo|
|105.5 Easy Rock Bacolod||DYMY||105.5 MHz||24 kW||Bacolod|
|102.7 Easy Rock Cebu||DYTC||102.7 MHz||10 kW||Cebu|
|97.9 Easy Rock Zamboanga||DXCM||97.9 MHz||5 kW||Zamboanga|
|96.9 Easy Rock Cagayan De Oro||DXKS||96.9 MHz||10 kW||Cagayan De Oro|
|105.1 Easy Rock Davao||DXYS||105.1 MHz||10 kW||Davao|
|94.3 Easy Rock General Santos||DXTS||94.3 MHz||10 kW||Siyudad na Heneral Santos|
References[edit | edit source]
- The Birth of the Easy Rock network, Manila Broadcasting Company, retrieved 30 July 2009
- The Birth of the Easy Rock Network, Google Archive, retrieved 5 October 2009
- Elizaldes’ Manila Broadcasting acquires 96.3 Wrock