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Herminio M. Legaspi
Ms. Jevlyn P. Endaya
Asst. Station Manager
Bombo Radyo Broadcast Center
KM. 4. General Santos Drive,
(083) 228-1043 | 310-0572 | 310-0573
Call Sign: DXMC
Frequency: 1026 KHZ
Radiated Power: 5,000 watts
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Award & Commendation
► 26th Golden Dove Awards Best Radio Documentary Program “The fallen 44 The Mamasapano Incident 2nd Anniversary”
► Overall No. 1 Radio Station in Koronadal City and South Cotabato based on 2013 Kantar Media Survey
► Overall No. 1 Radio Station in Koronadal City and South Cotabato based on 2011 Nielsen Radio Survey
► People’s Choice awardee of the KBP Golden Dove awards in 2010.
► Certificate of Recognition from Regional Police Office for the invaluable services and support to the Plans and Programs of RPO in 1999.
► No. 1 Radio Station in Koronadal City and South Cotabato based on 1996 Radio Research Council (RRC) Survey
► Certificate of Recognition from Local Government of Koronadal City for the invaluable services and support to the Nutrition Programs of the city in July 2011, 2012, 2013 & 2014
► Sandugo Kabalikat Awardee in 2008 from DOH-12 for being Top 10 in Mobile Blood Donation program.
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Bombo Reports 1st Edition
Bombo Reports 2nd Edition
Good Morning Philippines
Bombohanay sa Udto
Hutik sa Kagab-ihon
Bombo News & Views Afternoon Edition
Dura Lex Sedlex
Good Morning Philippines
Bombo News & Views Morning Edition
Bombo News Bulletin (Sunday)
Bombo News and Views Morning edition
Hutik Sa Kagab-ihon
DXMC Bombo Radyo Koronadal (1026 kHz AM) is the consistent top rater and most listened radio station in Koronadal City and South Cotabato. For the past fourteen (14) years, Bombo Radyo Koronadal still number one (1) both in Radio Research Council survey in 1996 and National Radio Survey of Gio-visual released in May 2007. Bombo Radyo Koronadal is located at Km. 4, General Santos Drive, City of Koronadal and the Capital of the province of South Cotabato. The City of Koronadal (formerly called Marbel), is the Provincial Agri-industrial Center of the province and also the Regional Center of the SOCSKSARGEN Region.
It is about an hour’s drive or about sixty (60) kilometers north of General Santos City. Its major crops are rice and corn not to include coconuts, mango, camote, cacao, mongo and vegetables. Composed of 27 barangays, it is said to be named after ‘koron’or ‘kolon’ which means cogon grass and ‘nadal’ which means plain, while its nickname Marbel came from the B’laan term, which means ‘murky water.’
Bombo Radyo Koronadal was established last November 11, 1995. It is under the People’s Broadcasting Service, Inc of the Bombo Radyo Philippines, the number 1 radio network in the country. It is a news, public affairs and commentary AM radio station catering to all the people from all walks of life, the A, B, C, D & E economic class. It has a power of 5,000 watts.
Reach and Listenership
Bombo Radyo Koronadal’s airwave dominance, like bomb, exploded and will be heard in almost all parts of South-Central Mindanao. Our primary coverage is the City of Koronadal and the province of South Cotabato while its secondary coverage areas reaches the provinces of Sultan Kudarat, North Cotabato and Maguindanao, all within the South-Central Mindanao Region.
Because of its strong involvement in the social and civic affairs in the community, Bombo Radyo Koronadall was chosen as one of the Most Outstanding Broadcast Media of Year (Radio Category) by the Philippine National Police (PNP) Regional Office 12 during their foundation anniversary last February 1999 as well as the Most Outstanding Media Partner by the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) in the implementation of its CARP Program. This does not include numerous plaques of appreciation and citations awarded by numerous civic groups such as the PNRC, Rotary Club and other NGOs. This 2007, Bombo Radyo Koronadal has received Plaque of Appreciations from PNRC, NIA & PDCC due his valuable contribution in making the public more informed and aware in the civic activities.
At present, Bombo Radyo Koronadal is composed of 22 personnel in the Administrative, Programming and Technical Departments. The popular programs of the station are Bombohanay Bigtime (7:30-9:30 am), Bombohanay sa Udto (11:30-1:00 pm) and Zona Libre (6:30-8:30 pm) from Monday to Saturday as well as the Sunday radio magazine program ‘GOOD MORNING PHILIPPINES’.