Diosnon Nga Kaluoy

Schedule: 

  • Monday to Friday 4:00PM to 5:00PM

CMN content varies depending on the station from which it is being broadcast. Stations broadcast news, sports, radio drama, and other programs. As a network, CMN's mission statement is to use community-based broadcasting to promote New Evangelizing and human development. Content is pro-life, catholic, and community oriented.

The CMN operates 49 radio stations across the Philippines- 49 AM stations, and 42 FM stations. CMN broadcasts reach 11 regions and 35 provinces. It is the largest broadcaster in the Philippines, in terms of total number of stations and transmitting power per station.

Mon

Rev. Fr. Alfonsito Arrojo

Tue

Rev. Fr. Rayman Asoy

Wed

Rev. Fr. Segundo Chua

Thu

Rev. Fr. Deogracias Aurelio Camon

Fri

Miguel Carreon

 

DYAF Featured Program/Anchor

PPC-RV NEW

he Second Plenary Council of the Philippines, held in February 1991, called for reforms in the conduct of Philippine elections. In May of 1991, in response to this call, H.E. Jaime Cardinal Sin, Commission on Elections (Philippines) Comelec Commissioner Haydee Yorac, then-Laity President Henrietta T. de Villa, Bishop Gabriel Reyes, Msgr. Bayani Valenzuela and 30 Parish Lay Leaders conceived PPCRV in Villa San Miguel in Mandaluyong City.