Wish FM 107.5 receives “Best Social Media” award in 1st Gawad Lasallianeta


MANILA, Philippines —  De La Salle Araneta University (DLSAU) awarded recognition to outstanding and influential individuals and organizations in the country’s media industry through the very first Gawad Lasallianeta on Tuesday.

Among the winners is the all-hits station Wish FM 107.5.

“Without Kuya Daniel’s wisdom, this wouldn’t be possible. Wish will never be possible. And of course, with God’s help. All glory goes to God,” said Wish 107.5 radio jock Faye.

“We’re very thankful for the first Lasallianeta Gawad and for recognizing the hard work not only of the station but the men and women behind it,” said  DJ Ray Holiday.

Wish jock Ray Holiday believes the intelligent and creative usage of social media is among the edges of Wish 107.5.

“Social media is a dime a dozen. I believe it’s the execution, how everything is presented. Everybody is uploading on YouTube. Anybody can come up with a music contest but it really boils down to how it’s done. ‘Yung execution lang. And it’s very unique, in a way,” said Ray.

Ms. Sheila Cabidog, the event’s head organizer attests that Wish FM is a favorite in their campus.

“Actually, every time they would hear Wish FM, just the tone, they are really very happy. [It’s] good the social media is being used despite that its platform should be radio. It seems to have developed and evolved. Wish FM is good in its social media usage,” said Cabidog.

Wish is the no. 1 FM YouTube channel in the country with more than 540 million views and 1.5 million subscribers worldwide.

Uploaded in the channel are the Wishclusive videos of local and international artists who sang on the first and only FM booth on wheels, the Wish bus.

In the same channel, wishers can find the performances of the 20 wishfuls who are part of the freshest search for the next online singing sensation, Wishcovery.— Leslie Longboen | UNTV News and Rescue



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