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DZTR-AM 1250 kHz

1971-1976

DZTR 980 AM (1971)

The first AM station owned by Trans-Radio Broadcasting Corporation was 980 (1250? the image says 1250) kHz, which was acquired from Transit Broadcasting Corporation in 1971. Under Trans-Radio, the station became known as DZTR - Radyo Pilipino. DZTR was a music AM station and features celebrities such as Vilma Santos, Tirso Cruz III, German Moreno and others. On September 5, 1976, the station signed off to pave way for the launch of 99.5 RT the following day.[1]

DWRT-AM 990

DWRT-AM

1985-1994

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Trans-Radio returned to AM radio in 1985 and launched DWRT-AM (990 kHz) as 99 Rock, playing AOR. A few years later, it shifted from rock to gospel. In 1994, it changed its format again to news & talk as DWRT 990. Its studios were moved to Caloocan City. It aired music, public service & religious programing.

1994–2002

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In 2002, the station went off-the-air. These were the years when Super Radyo DYSS 999 Cebu aired in Metro Manila via weak signal.


2006–2008

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2008–2009

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In April 2009, it ceased broadcast temporarily and resumed briefly on July 2009 before it went off-the-air again.

DZIQ

Radyo Inquirer

2010–2016

DZIQ

2016-present

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