Who is the father of Philippine radio?

On October 10, 1915, Francisco “Koko” Trinidad, “father of Philippine Radio”, who greatly contributed to the education and professional life of media practitioners, was born.

What is the meaning of KZKZ?

KZKZ (729 kHz AM) was the second radio station in the Philippines. It began broadcasting in 1922 and was founded by Henry Hermann, the owner of the Electrical Supply Company in Manila. The station was upgraded in 1924 to a 100-watt station and its call letters KZKZ were adopted.

Do Filipinos still listen to radio?

Frequency of radio usage Philippines 2018

According to a survey conducted by Kantar Media, 62 percent of the respondents in the Philippines stated accessing media through radio or audio for the past 12 months. Notably, 52 percent of consumers have used radio to access media in the past seven days.

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