DZNJ-FM 98.9 MHz
Region V - Panganiban, Catanduanes
Panganiban is a 5th class municipality in the province of Catanduanes. It is composed of 23 barangays.
The 2015 Census of Population conducted by the Philippine Statistics Authority reported that Panganiban has a total population of 9,287. This population is distributed over 79.96 square kilometers of land.
Catanduanes is home to the “Majestic Waves” with its long magnificent barrels, considered as a surfer’s paradise. The province also boasts of nature trails and panoramic views.
The Catanduanes State University (CSU)-Panganiban is one of the campuses of the CSU system. The CSU was among the Philippine Association of State Universities and Colleges (PASUC) Philippines’ Top 19 State Universities and Colleges in the country with high business potential in land and equipment assets, human resources and technological capital.
Radyo Kaamigo was established in 2013 by the National Nutrition Council in partnership with CSU, and the Catanduanes Provincial Government under the Nutriskwela Community Radio Network Program Phase III. “Kaamigo” is a Bicolano word for friend.
During its establishment, the prevalence of underweight among pre-school children was at 7.03%. As of 2018, the prevalence of underweight is at 10.33% (Operation Timbang Plus, NNC).
DZNJ-FM 98.9 RADYO KAAMIGO is located at the Administration Building, Catanduanes State University-Panganiban Campus, Panganiban, Catanduanes. It began broadcasting on 5 April 2013.
The NNC upgraded Radyo Kaamigo’s transmitter in 2015. From 100 watts, the transmitter is now 300 watts with Effective Radiated (ERP) Power of 600 watts. The radio station can be clearly heard in all barangays of the municipality.
Station Personnel and Radio Council
Administration Building, Catanduanes State University-Panganiban Campus, Panganiban, Catanduanes