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Radio Broadcasting(Final Edit)

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Radio Broadcasting
What is Radio Broadcasting?
Radio Broadcasting
It is a one-way wireless transmission over radiowaves intended to reach a wide audience.
History
As early as 1922, Broadcasting started here in the Philippines.

The first radio station was called KZKZ (KZRQ), set up by American Henry Mann in Manila in 1922. .

In 1924, the first two call letters,“KZ”.


In 1929, KZRC, Radio Cebu, opened in Cebu.
The Commonwealth Act No. 3840, also known as the Radio Control Law was founded in 1931.


Since 1927, six commercial radio stations were established. These were KZEG, KZIB, KZRC, KZRF, KZRH, and KZRM.


When WWII was over, KZFM was the first radio station to return on the air.

As a colony of the United States, the First two call letters "KZ" was used until 1947.


Also in 1947, the Philippine Broadcasting System under Trinidad introduced Developmental Communication in radio broadcasting.


During the Martial Law, Radio was heavily censored and monitored.
There was the pre-eminence of radio as instrument of change: Radio Veritas and Radyo BAndido.

*Radio Veritas was owned by the Catholic Church.

*Radyo Bandido anchored by June Kiethley.


After the People Power's Revolution of 1986, Corazon Aquino restored democracy.

This injected much hope for the new media although the Marcos Legacy still live on - the controls of KBP and NTC.
Philippine Broadcasting Services
Types of Radio Broadcasting

-AM Stations (Amplitide Modulation)

It is a modulation technique used in electronic communication, most commonly for transmitting information via a radio carrier wave.

AM works by varying the strength (amplitude) of the carrier in proportion to the waveform being sent.

(FM) Frequency Modulation
A method of impressing a signal on a radio carrier wave by varying the frequency of the carrier wave.
Philippine Broadcasting Services (PBS)

It is a radio network in the Philippines, and is owned by the Philippine Government.
PBS AM STATIONS
PBS FM STATIONS
SHORT WAVE SITUATIONS
Well-known AM Radio Stations:

- DZMM Radyo Patrol 630
- DZBB Super Radio
- DZRH
- Veritas846
- Bombo Radyo
FM RADIO STATIONS
- 97.1 Barangay LS
- NU 107
- MOR 101.9
- 90.7 Love Radio
- 101.1 YES FM
- 96.3 Easy Rock
- Home Radio 97.9
- Magic 89.9
- Mellow 94.7
- 91.5 Energy
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