DZRH, Manila Broadcasting Company’s flagship AM station is celebrating its 75th anniversary this coming July.
DZRH has been known for its unparalleled public service and no non-sense news reporting, however, DZRH also made a mark in giving advice to its listeners from “Ang Inyong Tiya Dely”.
This nightly program by the late Fidela Magpayo gained popularity among our loyal listeners and paved the way for many drama series.
As we celebrate our 75th year, it would be nice to go through memory lane, this time, through our listeners.
DZRH, through its website, www.dzrhnews.com.ph is launching “Dear DZRH”. Filipinos nationwide, can send in their entries, be it in Tagalog or English, you can even send in a picture collage, narrating what and how DZRH affected your life.
Regardless if it’s a sad or happy memory, we would like to read all about it. What’s even nice about this is that chosen stories will be published every day through the website and those that are picked as top choices will be receiving some cash prize.
What are you waiting for, send in your entries through:
Email : email@example.com
Snail mail: Dear DZRH c/o DZRH
MBC Building, V. Sotto St., CCP Complex, Pasay City
**Visit our official Facebook account, facebook.com/dzrhnews for more details.
**Upon submission of entries, participants grant the Manila Broadcasting Company, and each of its licensees, successors and assigns the non-exclusive, perpetual, royalty-free, no-cost license and right to use and other exploit the submission, and all images, text and materials depicted therein, in whole or in part, in any manner or medium now or hereafter known or devised (including without limitation, CDs, streaming media, film, television, videocassettes, print, interactive devices, mobile media, internet and on-line systems), throughout the universe and in any and all languages, including, without limitation, the right to display, reproduce, record, perform, exhibit, distribute, copy, edit, change, modify, add to, subtract from, re-title, and adapt the same, to combine it with other material and otherwise use and exploit it without having to give any compensation or attribution to participants.