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DXYS (105.1 Easy Rock Davao)
Current logo of 105.1 Easy Rock Davao
City Davao City
Broadcast area Davao Region
Branding 105.1 Easy Rock Davao
Slogan "Just the Rite Rock"
Frequency 105.1 MHz
First air date 1995 (as Showbiz Tsismis)
1999 (as YES! FM)
July 1, 2009 (as Easy Rock)
Format Adult Contemporary, Soft Rock
Power 25,000 watts
ERP 42,000 watts
Callsign meaning DX
YES! FM (former branding)
Former callsigns DXTO (1995-1999)
DXST (1999-2005)
Affiliations Easy Rock Network
Operator Manila Broadcasting Company
Owner Cebu Broadcasting Company
Sister stations Aksyon Radyo 855 Davao, DZRH 1260 Davao, 90.7 Love Radio

DXYS, broadcasting as 105.1 Easy Rock Davao, is a music FM radio station owned by Cebu Broadcasting Company and operated by its affiliate Manila Broadcasting Company under the Easy Rock Network. The station is currently broadcasting from Ground Floor, ATU Plaza Commercial Mall, Governor Duterte Street, Davao City and our transmitter located at MBC Compound, Broadcast Avenue, Shrine Hills, Matina, Davao City. The main format of the station is soft rock music.


  • In 1995, DXTO started its broadcast as 105.1 Showbiz Tsismis with simulcast live via satellite from Manila.
  • In 1999, it changed its brand to 105.1 YES FM along with changing the callsign from DXTO to DXST. The station playing Hot AC and OPM format.
  • In 2005, DXST changed its callsign to DXYS.
  • On July 1, 2009, the station was reformatted as 105.1 Easy Rock. Its format with a soft rock and adult contemporary music.

Current DJs[edit]

  • Rico Valentino
  • Stephanie


  • Remember Someone Today (Monday at 6AM to 7PM)
  • All Day Easy (Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday at 6AM to 6PM)
  • Lite All Nite (Everyday at 6PM to 6AM)
  • Sunday Difference (Sunday at 6AM to 7PM)
  • Friday Classics (Friday at 6AM to 7PM)
  • Catch 22 Pilipinas (simulcast at Love Radio, Yes The Best, and Easy Rock stations nationwide)

Easy Rock stations[edit]

Easy Rock is also broadcast to 9 provincial stations in the Philippines.

See also[edit]