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RMN.

Last seen on: Eugene Sheffer – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Aug 3 2022

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Radio Mindanao Network, Inc. (RMN), d.b.a. RMN Networks, is one of the largest radio networks in the Philippines. Its corporate office is located at the 4th Floor State Condominium I Bldg, Salcedo St., Legaspi Village, Makati, and its main headquarters are located at the RMN Broadcast Center (Canoy Bldg.), Don Apolinario Velez St., Cagayan de Oro. while the radio studios are located in Guadalupe, Makati and Greenhills, San Juan City.

The network’s first radio station was DXCC (which also serves as the network’s flagship station) established in Cagayan de Oro in Mindanao on August 28, 1952. The callsign has been supposed as a reference to the surnames of the business’ founders (Canoy and Cui) but, according to founder Henry Canoy in his memoir, was actually chosen to mean Cagayan de Oro City.

Sometime in 1948, Don Henry R. Canoy, together with Robin Cui and Vicente Rivera, set up two home-built tube radio receivers bought from Fideng Palacio of Puntod and placed them in an abandoned chicken poultry house situated at the corner of Velez and del Pilar streets in Cagayan de Oro for the purpose of listening to radio broadcasts from Manila. Canoy and friends ended up listening to radio broadcasts at night when reception was better. Eventually, the friends were all convinced to build a radio transmitter of their own. The group managed to assemble a 30-Watt radio transmitter from surplus parts bought at Raon Street in Quiapo, Manila. Henry Canoy broke the airwaves as a Pirate radio station in 1949, declaring “This is Cagayan de Oro calling…”. Because the broadcast was not authorized by the Radio Control Office (RCO), it did not contain call letters.

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