Radio GMA’s flagship FM station Barangay LS 97.1 was hailed as the number one choice of listeners in Mega Manila according to the latest survey of Nielsen Radio Audience Measurement.
Barangay LS captivated the hearts of more listeners in Mega Manila for the month of May with an average audience share of 22.2 percent, which was driven by its variety of programs and wacky bunch of DJs.
From Monday to Friday, Papa Jepoy, Chiko Tito, and Mama Cy jumpstart the morning prime block at 6 a.m. in Potpot & Friends followed by Papa Dudut’s Radyo Nobela and Mama Belle’s Sikat sa Barangayup to 12 noon.
And starting in June, Barangay LS introduced a new line-up of DJs in its afternoon block to provide just the right amount of laughter and entertainment. From 12 noon to 3 p.m., it is the listeners’ turn to talk and consult Papa Obet and Papa Marky for love advice in Talk to Papa. Next off is a back-to-back sound trip with Mama Emma and Ate Liza on Three Play from 3 to 7 p.m..
In the evening primetime block, all Kabarangays are welcome to greet anyone and everyone in Bida sa Barangay with Papa Carlo from 7to 9 p.m.; followed by the nationwide on-air dating program Wanted Sweetheart with Papa Bol until 12 midnight.
Papa Buboy, on the other hand, keeps early risers company in Hoy Pinoy (3 a.m.) and Wow Sayaw (5 a.m.) from Monday to Sunday, while late night listeners also get to hear Papa Marky in Talk Back (12 midnight).
Meanwhile, there is never a dull moment with Barangay LS’ mix of weekend programs. Every Saturday and Sunday, listeners can catch Balita sa Barangay, Barangay Showbiz, All-Star Request, The Big 10, Barangay Love Stories, Saturday Three Play, Saturday Top 3, Bida sa Barangay, Senti Sunday, Barangay Love Songs, Old Time Good Time, Radyo Nobela, Sakto Mismo, and Barangay Idol.
Tune in to Mega Manila’s no.1 FM station Barangay LS 97.1 Tugstugan Na! Follow Barangay LS on Facebook (@barangayls971), Instagram and Twitter via the handle @barangayLSFM.
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