RMN is still official No.1 AM station PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 04 December 2017 17:09

By Bhong Simbajon

DXRZ 900-AM of Radio Mindanao Network (RMN) still emerged as the official Number One AM Radio Station in Zamboanga City in the recently concluded official survey of KBP-KANTAR Media in the prime areas of Mindanao.

KBP-KANTAR Media conducted the un-announced survey during the third quarter of this year from September 10 to 16.

This is in order to determine the progress and listenership of each and every radio station operating in Zamboanga City and the entire country.

In Zamboanga City, RMN Zamboanga defeated four other operational AM radio stations in the top 5 ranking such as DXVP Radio Verdadero, RPN DXXX, DXRC Super Radyo and DZRH.

RMN Station Manager Joel Sanson said that he was overwhelmed by the latest survey result wherein RMN Zamboanga maintained its dominance in the AM radio category.

RMN obtained 2.1364 % in ratings and 24.1% in Audience Share compared to 18.6% of the 2nd rank and all other AM radio stations.

“We owe this victory being the official No.1 and dominant AM Station in Zamboanga City from our dear listeners, without them, we can’t retain our lifetime achievements as what we have proven in the past, Muchas Gracias a Todos,” Sanson said.

Sanson said that RMN Zamboanga will continue to innovate and maintain broadcast professionalism similar to how it delivered in the past years.

RMN Vice-President Enrico Canoy also congratulated Sanson and the entire broadcast team of RMN Zamboanga for being the dominant Number One AM Station in this part of the region.

RMN Zamboanga’s public Affairs programs like “Alarma 900” anchored by veteran broadcaster Bhong Simbajon, and “Straight to the Point” anchored by Joel Sanson also maintained its slot as the most listened public affairs program in the AM band.

The Visayan Dramas also dominates the airwaves and the new program “Carta de La Vida” anchored by Pareng Hermie Ventura and Mareng Melanie Guanzon is also becoming the new “Lovers Lane” in the airwaves every afternoon. – Bhong Simbajon/RMN News