DZME 1530 Radyo Uno
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City of license Caloocan City
Broadcast area Metro Manila
Branding DZME 1530
Slogan Radyo Uno (loosely, yet awkwardly translated as Radio One in Tagalog)
Frequency 1530 kHz
First air date June 15, 1968
Format News, Public Affairs/Talk, Entertainment, Religious broadcasting
Power 25,000 watts
Owner Capitol Broadcasting Center

DZME (1530 kHz Metro Manila) Radyo Uno is an AM station owned and operated by Capitol Broadcasting Center in the Philippines. The station's studio is located at 5/F Victory Central Mall, Victory Liner Compound, 717 Rizal Avenue Extension, Monumento, Caloocan City, and its transmitter is located at # 78 Kalye Plamingco, Brgy. Panghulo, Obando, Bulacan. Operates Monday to Friday from 4:00am to midnight, and Weekends from 5:00am to Midnight except Holy Week of each year where it goes off the air on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday and resumes broadcasting on Black Saturday.



DZME started its broadcast on June 15, 1968 when the Congress authorized Capitol Broadcasting Center of Jose M. Luison and Sons to operate an AM radio station nationwide. In 1996, a new group of investors took over, promising to continue the tradition of excellence to the next millennium. For over 30 years now, DZME has chronicled the Filipino’s passion for good life and their aspirations for good government, In 2009, DZME has moved into its new studios at the Victory Mall in Caloocan City from its old base in Roosevelt Avenue, Quezon City as part of its plan to expand operations. Regional affiliates are likewise being developed to bolster its nationwide presence, as well as the launching of its new 50,000 watt solid state transmitter to further boost its signal to reach Luzon.

Programs aired on DZME

  • Alarma 1530
  • Arangkada 1530
  • Balita Numero Uno
  • Balitang Malakanyang
  • Beatwatch
  • Birada sa Umaga
  • Birador
  • Bitag Live! (Simulcast over UNTV 37)
  • Christian Family
  • Doctor Patawaran
  • Faith in Action
  • Frontline ng Masa
  • Harana
  • Homebuddy
  • Jesus Miracle Crusade
  • Kalusugan at Kabuhayan
  • Kongreso Ngayon
  • Lahat Sasalingin
  • Lakas Koop
  • Look's Who Talking
  • Maglingkod sa Panginoon
  • Select a Star singing Contest
  • Simply Friendly Nikky
  • Mano Po Lolo, Mano Po Lola
  • Motorsiklo Exklusibo
  • Oras ng Himala
  • Phenomenon - The Return
  • Philippine Lotto Draw (Simulcast over NBN 4 and DZRH)
  • Pulso sa Radyo
  • Radio Clinic
  • Radyo Kalusugan University On Air
  • Saint Filomena
  • Sales Talk
  • Santo Niño
  • Seniors' Prom and Juniors Too
  • Showbiz na Showbiz!
  • Sulong Pilipinas
  • Sunday Mass from Santo Domingo Church
  • Tao Po
  • Umpisahan Mo, Tatapusin Ko
  • Usapang Agri
  • Usapang Sports
  • Voice of the Youth sa Radyo

Anchors/On-Air Staff


  • Mike Abe
  • Archie Almeida
  • June Angeles
  • Danny Atienza
  • Jun Briones
  • Beth Celis/Rommuel Alarcon
  • Laila Dee
  • Jane Manalastas
  • Nick Mendoza (Friendly Nicky)
  • Andrew Nacino
  • Bobot & Leah Ocampo
  • Jenny Pahilanga
  • Leo L. Palo III
  • Jess Paredes
  • Mike Salvador
  • Ed Sarto
  • Gerry Saudi
  • Vic "Birador" Salita
  • Lea Soriano
  • Ben "Bitag" Tulfo
  • Margie Valdez-Bentulan
  • Boni Niu (Boni Alonzo)


  • Molly Angeles†
  • Aileen Billones
  • Edwin Eusebio
  • Sen & Fe Gaetos
  • Rod Navarro†
  • Chanda Rempos
  • Zony Reyes-Esguerra
  • Len Flores-Somera†[1]
  • Egay Serrano†
  • Christian Tria
  • Gina Mape


  • Leo L. Palo III- malacanang beat
  • Boni Alonzo- Senate beat
  • Ed Sarto- House of Representative beat
  • Romy Tuazon- Eastern beat/ camp aguinaldo
  • Dang Samson-Garcia- Camp Crame beat
  • Neil Miranda- central beat- Quezon city
  • Mike Salvador- southern beat
  • Tony Arsenal- bulacan- manila beat
  • Jovy Lucero- northern beat
  • Bert Peña- manila correspondednt
  • Romy Barredo- central luzon/ pampanga
  • Roel Tarayao- central luzon/bataan- olongapo
  • Dick Garay- southern luzon- calabarzon area


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