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DWBC 1422
Broadcast areaMetro Manila, surrounding areas
BrandingDWBC 1422
Frequency1422 kHz
First air date1972
Last air date2007
Power10,000 watts
Callsign meaningDWBC
Former frequencies940 kHz (1972 - 1978)
954 kHz (1978 - 1987)
OwnerACWS - United Broadcasting Network

DWBC (1422 kHz Metro Manila) was an AM radio station owned by ACWS - United Broadcasting Network in the Philippines. The station's studio is located at FEMS Tower 1, Osmeña Highway, Manila.


DWBC used to be a music station from 1972 to 1992. It was also simulcast on 96.3 until 1980, when the latter became RK96. In 1988, Mickey the Clown from WXB 102 reappeared on DWBC as Mick Flame and hosted a 102-styled show called New Wave Nights with former WXB 102 DJs. In 1992, its format changed to News & Public Service. In May 2007, it closed down.[1]