DWNU now has a new name and a new brand and it is called WISH 107.5. The old format Win Radio is still alive though.
Win Radio is now being used at 91.5 which used to be Energy FM and converted to BIG RADIO. So why switched to WISH FM. Win Radio is already a winning format? The answer really is in the appeal.
While there are so many masa stations in the Metro, Wish wishes to be a different one. With the advent of P-Pop is seldomly played in Top 40 high end formats and even on AC masa stations like Love Radio, Wish FM bridges the gap.
It still plays the time tested barriotic programming but with elements of contemporary approach. Plus their gimmick BUS or going on air inside a bus, is really catching on. Visit them at wish1075:com. The 107.9 frequency in Cebu which used to be the home of NU107 is still Win Radio.
Visit official website at MOR1019.com. The best thing about MOR 101.9 is how they integrate their video broadcast. So you not only hear them but also see them, hence their Kinig Nood catchphrase or listen and watch.
Unlike other stations though they do away with the popular free live streaming services like Ustream and instead they use B2B streaming or professional services such as BrightCove. This means that to see them live, you have to visit their website.
This is unlike the social media streamers like Twitter and Facebook live which has more capture.
Station has changed face once again for the 6th time since it started using the call letters in past years. After sporting the new monicker, it finally gave in to unifying its national FM network of all stations.
May this year, the calls dropped using the logo and aired only dials as its station ID, the same thing they did when they transitioned in 2009.
The decision of changing brand name is not clear as the new brand was a hit and gained significant ratings. It’s website is among the most visited online radio stations.
The radio division adaptation of its regional branding which has been used for years now, is clever and cost effective
GMA Network’s flagship FM station DWLS FM 97.1 sports a new strapline “Tugstugan Na” in response to tightening competition among local “masa” (Hot AC) stations in Metro Manila, Philippines.
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This new branding hopes to further reinforce DWLS’ commitment to be the leading FM radio choice of Metro Manila listeners. In an interview via 24 Oras earlier tonight, the DJs of the station expressed that the new branding will bring in more fun and music entertainment while retaining its talk-based programs like Barangay Love Story.
With the new slogan “Tugstugan Na!”, is the station now leaning to a more rhythmic programming? The catchphrase is a play of the terms “tugtugan na” (it’s soundtripping time!) and “tugs”, a slang coined after the bass or pounding sound of dance music (tugs tugs tugs).