UM Broadcasting Network

UM Broadcasting Network

Founded in 1949, UM Broadcasting Network (UMBN), is the pioneer in Mindanao. UMBN started with a 250-watt transmitter in Davao City.

UMBN uses HARRIS and BE Transmitters, JAMPRO Antenna, Orban OPTIMOD Audio Processors, Vault Express and other imported broadcast equipment from the US.

Its FM stations are formatted as Pop/Dance Music Station catering mostly to the CDE youth and young adult market. Its AM stations are formatted as News and Public Affairs station, serving the DE adult market.

UMBN employs 214 employees.

AM stations

Callsign Frequency Location
DXUM-AM 819 kHz Davao City
DXDN-AM 936 kHz Tagum City
DXDS-AM 1161 kHz Digos City
DXCM-AM 1089 kHz Cotabato City
DXMV-AM 1134 kHz Valencia, Bukidnon

Defunct stations

Callsign Frequency Location
DXLL-AM 1044 kHz Zamboanga City

FM stations

Callsign Frequency Location
DXWT-FM 92.3 MHz Davao City
DXDJ-FM 100.3 MHz Davao City (Hit Radio 100.3)
DYCD-FM 103.5 MHz Cebu City
DYWT-FM 92.7 MHz Bacolod City
DXWZ-FM 94.3 MHz Cagayan de Oro City
DXIL-FM 103.1 MHz Iligan City
DXBB-FM 98.5 MHz Butuan City
DXWB-FM 92.9 MHz Valencia, Bukidnon
DXRT-FM 99.1 MHz General Santos City

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