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DXDJ (RJFM 100.3 Davao)
City Davao City
Broadcast area Davao Region
Branding RJ 100.3 Davao
Frequency 100.3 MHz
First air date 1987 (as Boss Radio)
2003 (as Oldies Radio)
2008 (as Hit Radio)
2010 (as RJFM)
Format Oldies, Classic hits
Power 20,000 watts
ERP 25,000 watts
Callsign meaning none
Owner Rajah Broadcasting Network
Website http://www.rj100fm.com/

DXDJ, currently broadcasting as RJFM 100.3 Davao, is a music FM station of Rajah Broadcasting Network in the Philippines. The station's studio and transmitter are located at Shrine Hills, Matina, Davao City. RJ 100.3 FM Davao is one of the provincial RJFM stations is broadcasting via satellite from Manila's flagship station, whereas the both of the latter broadcasting in the same mentioned-above frequency (at 100.3 MHz); together with Cebu's DYRJ.


As Boss Radio: 1987-2003[edit]

From 1987 to 2003, it was Boss Radio, owned by Rajah Broadcasting Network.

As Hit Radio: 2003-2010[edit]

In the middle of 2003, UMBN rented the station and started broadcasting as 100.3 Oldies Radio. It played oldies; music from the 50s, 60s & some 70s, delivered in dynamic pop-style by modern-sounding deejays. Since then, it holds a special spot in a varied class of radio listeners from young adults to mature listeners

In 2008, it rebranded as Hit Radio and adjusted its music timeline, removing the 50s entirely, whilst adding more 70s & 80s to its playlist.

As RJFM: 2010-present[edit]

In May 2010, UMBN's blocktime agreement with RBN expired, paving way for the latter to simulcast RJFM again. UMBN transferred its blocktime agreement to ACWS-UBN's DXKR-FM & rebranded it to 95.5 Hit Radio.

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