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90.7 Crossover Cebu
City of license Cebu City
Broadcast area Central Visayas Region
Branding 90.7 Crossover Cebu
Slogan "The Smoothest place on your radio"
"The Classics. The Current. and what's in between"
"We put the class back in radio"
Frequency 90.7 MHz (also on HD Radio)
First air date 1997 (as 93.1 MHz)
2003 (as 90.7 MHz)
Format smooth jazz, rhythm and blues, new standards, bossa nova, chill out music
Power 25,000 watts
ERP 83,320 watts
Callsign meaning DYAC
Owner Mareco Broadcasting Network, Inc.

90.7 Crossover Cebu (DYAC 90.7 MHz Metro Cebu) is a music FM station owned and operated by Mareco Broadcasting Network, Inc. in the Philippines. The station's studio and transmitter is located at Room 210 Doña Luisa Bldg. Fuente Osmena, Cebu City. The station is also available via streaming audio on their website. It is a 24 hour operating station except on Mondays where it signs-off at midnight to 5:45 am, except on Holy Week each year where it is signs off at midnight of Good Friday and lasts until 5:45 am of Black Saturday.


  • In 1997, Crossover FM Cebu broadcast on 93.1 MHz under the ownership of Mareco Broadcasting Network. Now 93.1 MHz broadcasts the all BisRock station Smash FM.
  • In 2003, Mareco Broadcasting Network took over the frequency of 90.7 MHz and a new studio at Doña Luisa building. in Fuente Osmena and rebranded as 90.7 Crossover. It used to broadcast 90.7 DYAC FM, the all-dance station and 90.7 Energy FM under Ultrasonic Broadcasting System.

Audience profile

For over a decade, jazz enthusiasts both young and old have listened to 90.7 Crossover. The programming is spiced up with special shows and segments like Brazilian Moods and The Crossover Jazz Lounge.


  • Sounds Of The Soul
  • Morning Drive
  • Afternoon Drive
  • Evening Drive
  • Soul in Motion
  • Retro Cruise
  • Crossover Classic Weekend
  • Golden Sunday
  • Crossover Jazz Lounge
  • Brazilian Moods

Crossover stations

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