DaBest 98.5 FM Is The Most Listened to FM Station in Lipa


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Lipa City’s DaBest 98.5 FM is now the most listened to radio station in the whole of Southern Tagalog. The station takes center stage with a more aggressive approach in media and introduces the most dynamic innovations in radio broadcasting while it uses the power of internet to broaden the horizon of radio.

DaBest 98.5 FM’s programming is a dynamic combination of music and public service with such radio shows as Morning Kalampag, Boses ng Batangas, Morning Best Hits, Tanghalian Beat Sarap, DaBest Afternoon Memories, DaBest Tunog FRC, DaBest Headline Balita Afternoon Edition, DaBest Primetime Generation and Revelation with TerryFly.

DaBest 98.5 FM is Owned by GV Broadcasting, its studio is located at Fiesta Mall, in Lipa City
DaBest 98.5 FM is Owned by GV Broadcasting, its studio is located at Fiesta Mall, in Lipa City

Study shows that radio has a 49% return on investment. That is a quite a figure considering the cost effectiveness of radio advertising. DaBest 98.5 FM is just one of the many FM stations in the Philippiens who have taken the bold step in keeping radio as a mainstream advertising medium.

Congratulations to DaBest 98.5 FM. With this, RadioJinglesPRO.com produced a promo for the station. Listen here.

Da Best 98.5 FM Promo | Go to RadioJinglesPRO.com

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18 thoughts on “DaBest 98.5 FM Is The Most Listened to FM Station in Lipa”

  1. Good day po. Ab communicationstudent po ako ng batangas state university lipa. Gusto ko po sanang mag part time job sa inyong station as a Dj or other positions po. Thank you po.

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  2. I am from Texas – and we lived in Batangas City for many years when my father was assigned there under the Agrarian Reform. Please help me re ignite the search for my brother Efraim whom we lost in 1979 after he went to see a movie in Batangas City theater. Not sure if this theater is still existence. I have the feeling Efraim is still alive and just don’t know how to return to us. (We have left batangas when my father retired). I have written a letter to Gov. Vilma Santos pleading her help from churches all over Batangas thru TV and radio stations especially the remote barrios, little barangays even the mountains.. that remained unanswered. The former Gov. Mandanas was my ninong in my wedding but doubt it very much if he remembers the family name Viray. My brother is a slow learner but has a huge built when we lost him at age 26 a month after I left for Canada in August 1979. His most distinguising feature – he limps as one of his foot is shorter than the other. Someone could have taken him also in Mindoro and when the military started searching for him – the person/s who took him probably got so scared and decided to hide his whereabouts. I remembered that at one time, the cleaner has mentioned that someone frequently talks with him inside the theater. Then – another vendor in the market had said – he always talk to a vendor in the market who likes him because he knows how to buy his favorite vegetables, etc.
    Despite his deficiency – he can play chess, cook his own food and know he belonged to a family of 17 brothers and sisters the largest one-single family unit wherever we go in the Philippines. I have dreamt about him several times – I am willing to give more information about him and this message is being sent also to whoever took him that we will not press any charges. We just want a closure and if he was mistakenly killed we want to give him a descent farewell. Before I left for Canada – I promised him I will return for him before 1 year and buy him all his favorite rubber shoes.
    My father passed away in Canada and in his deathbed – he mentioned that he probably will never see him again. Now, my mother is 88 years old and it will be a blessing that before she gets much older and weaker that we find something – what really happened to Efraim Viray. To anyone – who can give us any lead where to find him – may God bless you a thousand times. Thank you.

    Bong Viray

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  3. hi mga people….my hinahanap po kz aq kanta n pang 80’s n may lyrics the SPREAD YOUR WINGS TO BE PROUD WHEN THERE IS NOBODY KNOW SPEAK OUT WHEN THERE IS NOBODY WANT TO SPEAK BELEIVE……..plz u hope u can help me

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  4. I JUST WANNA SAY HELLO TO ALL THE LISTENERS OF THIS STATION….AND ALSO TO THE ENERGETIC AND POWERFUL …… i really enjoy listening music..da best talaga…keep up the good work……raul luancing

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  5. matagal nyo na akong tagapakinig at akoy nasisiyahan..di ko alam kung ito ang tamang daan para malaman ng taga lipa ang aking panawagan sa pamunuan ng kolehiyo ng lungsod ng lipa…sana po ay mai ere nyo to..kakulangan po kasi ng disiplina ng mag aaral sa skul na iyan kung panu ang tamang pagtawid sa kalsada kawawa po ang motorista na madadamay sa kawalan ng tamang kaisipan at disiplina ng mga istudyante ,gwardya at pumaparadang behikulo sa area of responsibility.sana po mabigyang aksyun ang panawagang ito… thanks and more power …. nw lang po ako nag comment

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  6. matagal nyo na akong tagapakinig at akoy nasisiyahan..di ko alam kung ito ang tamang daan para malaman ng taga lipa ang aking panawagan sa pamunuan ng kolehiyo ng lungsod ng lipa…sana po ay mai ere nyo to..kakulangan po kasi ng disiplina ng mag aaral sa skul na iyan kung panu ang tamang pagtawid sa kalsada kawawa po ang motorista na madadamay sa kawalan ng tamang kaisipan at disiplina ng mga istudyante ,gwardya at pumaparadang behikulo sa area of responsibility.sana po mabigyang aksyun ang panawagang ito… thanks and more power ….

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