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Rajah Broadcasting Network, Inc. (which stands for RAmon JAcinto Holdings) is a Philippine television and radio network owned by guitarist-singer-businessman Ramon "RJ" Jacinto. The network's studio headquarters located at Ventures I Bldg., Makati Ave. cor. Gen. Luna St., Makati City.

Rajah Broadcasting Network (RJ Broadcasting Group)
Private company
IndustryBroadcast television and radio network
Founded1963 (radio broadcasts)
May 1993 (television broadcasts)
FounderRamon "RJ" Jacinto
HeadquartersVentures I Bldg., Makati Ave. cor. Gen. Luna St., Makati City. Philippines
Area served
Key people
Ramon "RJ" Jacinto (owner)
Erlinda Legaspi (Comptroller)
Beatriz "Bea" Jacinto-Colamonici (EVP)
ParentRJ Broadcasting Group
TypeBroadcast television network
BrandingRJ DigiTV
SloganYour Lifestyle and Entertainment Channel
HeadquartersVentures I Bldg., Makati Ave. cor. Gen. Luna St., Makati City
Broadcast area
OwnerRajah Broadcasting Network
Launch date
May 1993 (1993-05)
Picture format
NTSC 4:3 (480i SDTV)
Official website


The RJ Group was founded by Ramon “RJ” Jacinto 50 years ago in the Philippines. Ramon Jacinto was born on June 3, 1945 in Pasay, Manila, Philippines. His grandfather, Dr. Nicanor Jacinto, founded the Philippine Bank of Commerce, which was the first Filipino-owned private bank, and RJ's father, Don Fernando P. Jacinto founded the steel industry in the country—Jacinto Steel and Iligan Integrated Steel Mills, which are now known as National Steel.

At the age of 15, RJ Enterprises pioneered in multi-track recording in the Philippines, utilizing the first three multi-track Ampex in Southeast Asia.

After the People's EDSA Revolution on February 25, 1986, RJ came home from exile on March 5, 1986, and the new democratic regime returned the family properties and his radio stations. Those assets were seized and operated by the military for 14.5 years.

RJ's radio station, DZRJ, became the voice of the democratic revolution, known as Radyo Bandido, and was the recipient of freedom awards after that.

RJ immediately expanded his radio stations and started many businesses after that, making up for lost time.

Today, the RJ Group is composed of broadcasting, entertainment, and music store enterprises.

This includes a nationwide network of 11 total FM and AM radio stations and a TV station, RJTV 29 which is carried nationwide by the cable networks. The RJ broadcasting group is known to be the prime movers of locally produced music, discovering many talents from the 60s on, who have become name-brand entertainers in the Philippine music scene.

RJ FM 100.3, the flagship radio station of the group, plays the greatest and the latest hits from five decades, packaging it as three songs in a row. Its programming format has been popularly lauded as a groundbreaking formula and is streamed 24 hours a day via Facebook, on the web and through the radio. Its primary markets are the movers and shakers, decision makers, and upwardly mobile youth. RJ FM DJs, namely Steve O’Neal and Renen de Guia, owner of Ovation Productions, have become major producers and promoters of the biggest and hottest concerts in the Philippines.

Franchise renewalEdit

On October 9, 2018 in accordance to current constitutional rules, It was granted a 25-year legislative franchise under Republic Act (R.A.) 8104 was approved by the House of Representatives and by the Senate of the Philippines. on August 31, 2019 which renewed Rajah Broadcasting Network, Inc. to construct, install, operate and maintain commercial radio and TV broadcasting stations signed by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte was signed Republic Act No. 11414

RBN Stations nationwideEdit

RJTV Owned and operated stationsEdit


Branding Callsign Ch. # Frequency Power kW (ERP) Station Type Area of Coverage
RJTV 29 Manila DZRJ-DTV 29 563.143 MHz 1 kW Originating Metro Manila


Branding Callsign Ch. # Power (kW) Station Type Transmitter Site (Coverage)
RJTV 9 Tuguegarao DWRJ-TV TV-9 5 kW Relay Tuguegarao (Northern Luzon)
RJTV 31 Cagayan De Oro DXRJ-TV TV-31 5 kW Relay Cagayan De Oro (Northern Mindanao)
RJTV 23 Davao DXRS-TV TV-23 10 kW Relay Davao (Davao Region)
RJTV 33 Cebu DYNJ-TV TV-33 10 kW Relay Cebu (Central Visayas)
RJTV 24 Iloilo DYRJ-TV TV-24 5 kW Relay Iloilo (Western Visayas)
RJTV 26 Bacolod DYJR-TV TV-26 5 kW Relay Bacolod (Negros Island)
RJTV 41 Zamboanga DXNJ-TV TV-41 1.5 kW Relay Zamboanga City (Zamboanga Peninsula)

RJTV via cable and satellite TelevisionEdit

Cable/Satellite Provider Ch. # Coverage
Cablelink 2 Metro Manila
Destiny Cable 30 Metro Manila
SkyCable 19 Metro Manila
Sky Direct Coming Soon Nationwide
Cignal 28 Nationwide
G Sat 58 Nationwide
Satlite 29 Nationwide

Radio stationsEdit

RJAM stationsEdit

Branding Callsign Frequency Power (kW) Coverage
DZRJ 810 AM DZRJ-AM 810 kHz 50 kW Mega Manila/Luzon-Wide Region
(with nationwide popularization propagation broadcast)

RJFM stationsEdit

Branding Callsign Frequency Power (kW) Station Type Location
RJFM 100.3 Manila DZRJ-FM 100.3 MHz 25 kW Originating Metro Manila
RJFM 91.1 Baguio DWDJ-FM 91.1 MHz 5 kW Relay Baguio
Cordillera Administrative Region
RJFM 96.5 Tuguegarao DWRJ-FM 96.5 MHz 5 kW Relay Tuguegarao
Cagayan Valley Region
RJFM 99.1 Palawan DYFJ-FM 99.1 MHz 5 kW Relay Puerto Princesa
RJFM 98.3 Iloilo DYNJ-FM 98.3 MHz 5 kW Relay Iloilo
Western Visayas Region
RJFM 99.9 Bacolod DYJR-FM 99.9 MHz 5 kW Relay Bacolod
Western Visayas Region
RJFM 100.3 Cebu DYRJ-FM 100.3 MHz 20 kW Relay Cebu
Central Visayas Region
RJFM 88.5 Cagayan De Oro DXRJ-FM 88.5 MHz 10 kW Relay Cagayan De Oro
Northern Mindanao Region
RJFM 88.7 Iligan DXJR-FM 88.7 MHz 5 kW Relay Iligan
Northern Mindanao Region
RJFM 100.3 Davao DXDJ-FM 100.3 MHz 20 kW Relay Davao
Davao Region

Inactive Radio StationsEdit

Branding Callsign Frequency Power (kW) Station Type Location
DXRJ 1476 Iligan DXRJ-AM 1476 kHz 5 kW Originating Iligan
Northern Mindanao Region

Productions & AffiliatesEdit


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