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Since 2005, Manila Philippines

Since 2005, Manila Philippines

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Since 2005, Manila Philippines

8:00 - 9:00 AM
Monday to Friday
with Nolit Abanilla
9:00 - 10:00 AM
Monday to Friday
with DJ Angela
10:00 - 12:00 AM
Compiled by Indiepinoy
12:00 - 1:00 PM
Mid Day New Music
with DJ Peenai
1:00 - 2:00 PM
Monday to Friday
GBOB Radio
with GBOB Phils
1:00 - 2:00 PM
Monday to Friday
with DJ IQ
5:00 - 7:00 PM
Luv Bytes
with Mama Gee
5:00 - 6:00 PM
Monday to Thursday
with Chitols
6:00 - 7:00 PM
with Boogs and Karl
7:00 - 9:00 PM
with Kuyakurt
9:00 - 11:00 PM
Monday to Friday
Rhiko Night Live
with Rhiko Loko

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- This eccentric dj of the evening show "The Psychedelic Snail Show " can tickle your fancy with witty antics. This guy believes that the Philippines has a wide pool of talents when developed and nurtured will create a strong cultural stability that will entice the people to deliver the country out of financial misery.
- She is the softspoken dj of the morning show called "It's All About Music". Angela has a wide collection of qoutes and uplifting messages that will greet your mornings with a smile and a light heart enough to make your day happy.
- He has been in the music business for over 20 years. Growing up from heavy metal, new wave, glam rock, new age, pop to classical, nolit has an open mind when it comes to music. A musician himself, he knows the struggle of every artist in making their music heared.
- Nato who is also the secretary general of Bayan came from a cultural group during his college days in UP. He has a strong interest in music and is exposed to various genre. The Mass Line is his radio show on Radiopilipinas. It is best described as the show that plays progressive music for and from the people.
- Linangan ng Kulturang Pilipino (LINANGAN) is anchored by Mina Garcia, a singer, a songwriter, a stage performer and a Human Rights Advocate. Mina believes that culture plays an important role in shaping peoples mind. Now, Filipinos go with the flow to whatever is popular in the world. We are consistently succumbing to the alluring sound of the West. Tangkilin ang sariling likha na awitin ng mga musikerong pinoy sa Radio Pilipinas-Radio ng MasangPilipino.
- A bassist himself, he knows what his contituents wants to hear. He believes that the bass as an instrument plays an important part in a band and can speak for himself in music. The bass hour continues to encourage filipino musicians to further their craft in music. The show opens our eyes of the filipino bassists are not far left behind the international scene and hopes to deliver to the world that we are at par with the world's greatest bassists.
- Deejay Peenai . she is a native new yorker with a filipino family. She hosts the RadioPilipinas weekly countdown which features the top ten songs on radiopilipinas for the week. At a young age of 18, she has been exposed to a lot of pinoy music thru the internet and has been on with radiopilipinas for several years now. A lot of people has been criticizing her voice which sounds robotic. But according to her, she tries her best not to put any emotions in her deejaying so as not to be bias to any artist on the countdown.


Radiopilipinas started in 2005. It was first called Fatalradio. The internet radio was a partnership of young american djs in USA and filipino djs in the Philippines. The 24 hour streaming time was divided into 12 hours for the USA and 12 hours for the philippines. Each would broadcast during daytime of their respective timezone. The main organizers of fatalradio were Jamez Strickland, Jake Williams, Michael Walker, Nolit Abanilla and Alexis Moreno.

The american side played mostly hiphop and alternative music. Among its regular djs include the brother of Evenesense drummer who also has his own band. The Philippine side on the other hand played mostly pinoy rock of the 90s as well as new wave stuff. Kuyakurt was the main dj for the filipino stream. The filipino partners took charge of designing and managing the site while the american partners did the technical as well as financed the radio.

Towards the end of 2005, cultural differences and persistent tug of war on streaming time brought out a split in Fatalradio. The american partners decided to setup a new radio of their own. The filipino staff went on streaming with Fatalradio until financial issues forced the server to shut down. In 2006, fatalradio continued to stream from an unstable free shoutcast server. However this was limited to a few listeners thus marketing the radio was futile.

In 2007, kuyakurt and nolit decided to revamp the internet radio and decided to name it radiopilipinas. Jeffrey McAdder financed the acquisition of the domain and nolithosting provided the site. Getting a new dedicated shoutcast server was hard as financial issues continue to plaque the staff. So the staff decided to run its site with a simple player of serverside mp3 files and let the listeners choose from a playlist whatever they want to play. The staff still continued on using the free shoutcast server with limited listener capacity from time to time.

Towards the end of 2008, nolithosting has acquired the ownership of radiopilipinas domain and got a shoutcast server installed in one of its collocated computers on a datacenter in dallas, USA. The new development paved the way for kuyakurt and nolit to redevelop radiopilipinas as a full internet radio running on shoutcast server. Radiopilipinas is currently running on one source server with two backup servers all running on state of the art centovacast software. A total of 4 relay servers are also running -enough to accomodate thousands of listeners. Our server can be streamed easily even with a slow connection. We have developed a mobile app so that you can also listen to radiopilipinas on the go using your data connection of your network or via wifi.


Radiopilipinas is run by a handfull of staff with the following officers:

Alexis Moreno - Station Manager
Nolit Abanilla - Program Director
Wayne Perez - Research & Development Coordinator
Wendel Quinto - Events Coordinator
Chi Asprec - Technical Officer

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Since 2005, Manila Philippines