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Dytc

DYTC (102.7 Easy Rock Cebu)
City of license Cebu City
Broadcast area Central Visayas, parts of Northern Mindanao, and Leyte
Branding 102.7 Easy Rock Cebu
Slogan "Derecho!" (2002-2008)
"Just the Rite Rock" (2009-present)
Frequency 102.7 MHz
First air date 2000 (as YES! FM)
2009 (as Easy Rock)
Format Lite Rock
Power 25,000 watts
ERP 85,000 watts
Former callsigns DYES (2000-2009)
Owner Manila Broadcasting Company
(Cebu Broadcasting Company)
Sister stations DYRC Radyo Cebu, DZRH 1395 Cebu, 91.5 Hot FM, 97.9 Love Radio, MBC 43
Website http://www.easyrockcebu.com

DYTC, broadcasting as 102.7 Easy Rock Cebu, is a music FM radio station owned by Cebu Broadcasting Company (a wholly owned subsidiary of Manila Broadcasting Company) in the Philippines. The station is currently broadcasting from Golden Peak Hotel and Suites, Gorordo Ave, Cebu City, along with its sister stations DYRC, DYHR, DYBU and DYXR. The main format of the station lite rock music.

History and format

DYTC originally broadcast as DYES - YES! FM 102.7. It went off-air late in 2008, and was re-established in 2009 as 102.7 Easy Rock.

DJs

  • Shaun Summer
  • Trisha

Programs and segments

  • All Day Easy
  • Lite All Nite
  • Friday Classics
  • Sunday Difference
  • Pop-up Tunes
  • Hot Lites
  • Celebrity 360
  • Soundtrack

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References

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