History and Milestones
Don Henry R. Canoy hit the airwaves as a pirate radio station.
Don Henry’s brother, Reuben Canoy applied for a congressional franchise.
The 1st radio station DXCC, officially went on air in Cagayan de Oro.
Inspired by a radio station in Greeley, Colorado, USA, Don Henry created the 1st programming blueprint.
The 1st batch in a series of expansions was Manila, Iligan, Butuan and Davao, henceforth the name Radio Mindanao Network or RMN.
Together with Andres Soriano Sr. of San Miguel Corp., the 1st tri-media conglomerate of RMN-IBC-Philippine Herald was established.
A 1st in Philippine radio history, RMN pioneers fast, direct & crystal clear nationwide newscasts delivered via microwave technology.
RMN became Radio Mindanao Network, Inc. & Associates by affiliating and providing services to smaller networks.
With the emerging FM market, RMN splits its operations into two major divisions, AM and FM.
RMN’s 1st TV station went on air in Cagayan de Oro.
The 1st Philippine radio network to conquer the American airwaves through WRMN in New York.
The 1st commercial radio station in the Philippines to broadcast with HD Radio technology is RMN’s DWKC in Manila.
With 65 strong radio stations on its 65th Anniversary, RMN delivers its content across multiple digital platforms worldwide.