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It’s the end of an era.
It’s the end of an era for FM radio in Metro Manila. On May 11, 103.5 KLite announced that it is parting ways with its staff and DJs, although it did say that the station “will continue without us.” The announcement suggests that ...
 
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It’s been airing off and on for at least four years.
If you’re still listening to FM radio and you live in the southern part of Metro Manila, specifically in the Pasay, Parañaque, and Las Piñas areas, you might have come across a strange station. Instead of the usual Top 40 songs, chatty ...
 
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The jocks we grew up with and loved are holding a virtual reunion.
For music fans who came of age in the late 80s and 90s, only one radio station served up rock music raw and loud. NU107 was the voice of a generation, with DJs playing “credible” rock music to an audience hungry for ...
 
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Why do you (still) listen to FM radio?
Radio was my number one hype-up device. Whenever I had something going on—a basketball tournament, a hard test in school, or even life’s basic trials-and-tribulation stuff—I’d turn it up to get fired up.It was also my absolute go-to for the latest songs, ...
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