No double-meaning songs on pop station that replaced NU 107.5
(SPOT.ph) Win Radio, the station that replaced defunct rock bastion NU 107.5, doesn’t air double-meaning songs with dirty lyrics, in their drive to "practice more responsible programming," Manny Luzon of the Progressive Broadcasting Corp. told PhilStar.com.
Presenting itself as a "more decent" pop station, it ranked seventh among popular stations in a recent survey, reports PhilStar.com. Win Radio went on air after NU 107.5 signed off in November 2010 after a 23-year run.
"Business has to evolve. We believe that 80 percent of the listeners belong to the masa group and that is our audience," said Luzon, who previously created another pop station Energy FM, according to PhilStar.com.
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