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DYNC (Radyo5 101.9 News FM Cebu)
City of license Cebu City
Broadcast area Central Visayas Region, parts of Masbate, Leyte, Northern Mindanao, Zamboanga del Norte, and Surigao del Norte
Branding Radyo5 101.9 News FM Cebu
Slogan Mas Klaro, Mas Tin-aw, Kay FM Man!
Iwanan mo na ang lumang tunog ng AM! Agay!(Say goodbye to the old voice of AM!)
Frequency 101.9 MHz
First air date 1975 (as MRS/Rhythms)
1998 (as Charlie)
2009 (as WAV FM)
2011 (as Radyo5 101.9 News FM)
Format News/Talk
Power 10,000 watts
ERP 32,000 watts
Class A,B,C,D,E
Callsign meaning DY
Nation Broadcasting Corporation
or News FM Cebu
Owner Nation Broadcasting Corporation
(TV5 Network, Inc.)

DYNC (101.9 FM), currently broadcasting as Radyo5 101.9 News FM Cebu, is a flagship FM radio station owned by Nation Broadcasting Corporation and operated by TV5 in the Philippines. The station's studio is located at TV5 Cebu, Capitol Road, Camp Marina, Brgy. Kalunasan, Cebu City, while its transmitter is located at Mt. Busay, Babag 1, Cebu City.


  • History 1
    • MRS 101.9 1.1
    • 101.9 Charlie 1.2
    • 101.9 WAV FM 1.3
    • Radyo5 101.9 NewsFM 1.4
  • NBC Radio Stations 2


MRS 101.9

DYNC signed on in 1975 and became as "MRS 101.9-Most Requested Song" has format music from AC and easy listening music. MRS 101.9 signed off in 1998.

101.9 Charlie

Charile 101.9 logo from 2005 to 2009

In 1998, MRS 101.9 was reformatted as Charlie @ Rhythms 101.9. In 2005, the "Rhythms" tag was dropped - in favor of 101.9 Charlie. It played pop jazz, retro and easy listening.

101.9 WAV FM

On October 1, 2009, audioWAV (WAV Atmospheric) ( and Nation Broadcasting NBC (through its parent MediaQuest, Media Holdings of Metro Pacific) relaunched both Cebu and Davao FM stations as CHR-formatted WAV FM. The Radio Station was programmed by Caloy Hinolan.

Radyo5 101.9 NewsFM

In January 2012, WAV and Mediaquest agreed it was time to sync TV and Radio, hence WAV was relaunched as Radyo5 101.9 News FM (owned and operated by TV5), the first and only originating FM radio station in the Philippines that delivers news and information.

It began simulcasting Manila's 92.3 News FM since then. After months of trial, on November 12, 2012, the station was re-launched as a full-fledged originating radio station serving radio listeners in Metro Cebu.

NBC Radio Stations

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