December 21, 2012
Chances are, you tuned in to your #1 internet danze mix radio in the country. One of our newest favorites is iDMZ's Peewee in the Morning with radio broadcaster Peewee was give achance to have a news and talk with both iDMZ DJs in an exclusive interview in the iDMZ studios at Broadcasat City, Capitol Hills, Diliman, Quezon City, just after their program dubbed the "Morning News Music on Radio" shows owes its success to its appeal to the professionals driving or commuting to work..
As an overview, 89 DMZ was established in 1976 as DWKB-FM (KB 89.1), the station first aired in 1975 and in a short time, became one of the country's most listened to easy listening FM music stations. The station later rebranded as 89 DMZ, which played dance, hip hop and remixed music. The late rapper, Francis Magalona, worked with the station through his program, The Word-up Show, which aired on Saturday nights. It also became the home of the Mobile Circuit. In 2001, IBC and Blockbuster Broadcasting System went into a government-sponsored bidding and Blockbuster Broadcasting System won the frequency rights as now-defunct Wave 891. Now this 2011, 89 DMZ now rebranded to iDMZ, going mainstream and accommodating more iDMZ DJs in their new programming line-up to say Sayaw Pinoy!.
iDMZ currently has 14 DJs in the station. With three (3) provincial stations under its helm, iDMZ has a captured in an Asian market with the upscale target market of the 15 to 40 age bracket and most upscale audience from the A-B-C and upper D classes. To date, the station has around 22,000 listeners from all over the globe. Also, has the official websites at 89DMZ.com along with official fanpage with Facebook and Twitter account.
Dial the iDMZ hotline (632-9283 or 634-9283). Then answer an easy trivia question about the movie.