Far East Broadcasting Company

Far East Broadcasting Company (FEBC)
FoundedDecember 1945
FounderJohn C. Broger
Robert H. Bowman
William J. Roberts
HeadquartersLa Mirada, California, United States
Revenue9,464,451 US dollar (2017) Edit this on Wikidata

Far East Broadcasting Company is an international Christian radio network.[1]


The Philippines is where FEBC began its initial broadcast.[2][3][4]

Branding Callsign Frequency Power Location
702 DZAS DZAS 702 kHz 50 kW Metro Manila
98.7 DZFE DZFE 98.7 MHz 20 kW Metro Manila
1143 DZMR DZMR 1143 kHz 5 kW Santiago
Care 104.3 DWAY 104.3 MHz 5 kW Legazpi
DZRK 106.3 DZRK 106.3 MHz 5 kW Quezon
UP 987 DYFR 98.7 MHz 5 kW Cebu City
1233 DYVS DYVS 1233 kHz 5 kW Bacolod
1197 DXFE DYVS 1197 kHz 10 kW Davao City
1062 DXKI DXKI 1062 kHz 5 kW Koronadal
1116 DXAS DXAS 1116 kHz 10 kW Zamboanga City

South Korea

FEBC owns a number of stations in South Korea, one of them being known as HLAZ.[5][6][7]

Branding Frequency Location
Seoul FEBC 1188 kHz Seoul
106.9 MHz
Youngdong FEBC 90.1 MHz Yeongdong
102.9 MHz
100.9 MHz
Daejeon FEBC 93.3 MHz Daejeon
91.1 MHz
Gwangju FEBC 93.1 MHz Gwangju
Mokpo FEBC 100.5 MHz Mokpo
Jeonmandongbu FEBC 97.5 MHz Jeonnam
92.9 MHz
Taegu FEBC 91.9 MHz Daegu
105.9 MHz
Pohang FEBC 90.3 MHz Pohang
Busan FEBC 93.3 MHz Busan
96.7 MHz
Ulsan FEBC 107. MHz Ulsan
Changwon FEBC 98.1 MHz Changwon
92.5 MHz
HLAZ 1566 kHz Jeju City
104.7 MHz
101.1 MHz


YASKI is the name for FEBC in Indonesia. It runs a number of stations under the Heartline FM brand.[8][9][10]

Branding Callsign Frequency Power Location
Heartline FM Karawaci PM3FSD 100.6 MHz 5 kW Karawaci
Heartline FM Samarinda PM8FFY 94.4 MHz 5 kW Samarinda
Heartline FM Lampung 91.7 MHz 5 kW Lampung
Heartline FM Bali 92.2 MHz 5 kW Bali


FEBC Russia runs a number of stations under the Radio Teos brand.[11][12][13]

Branding Frequency Power Location
Radio Teos St. Petersburg 1089 kHz 50 kW Saint Petersburg
Radio Teos Moscow 1134 kHz 20 kW Moscow

United Kingdom

FEBA Radio is established in 1959 in the United Kingdom.[14]

Northern Mariana Islands

The FEBC international broadcast station on Saipan in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands was established about 1981 and closed in 2011.[15] The local radio station, KSAI 936 AM, was on air for 24 years until shutting down on April 30, 2002.[16] KSAI was initially established in Saipan by the United States Office of War Information (OWI) in June 1945.[17][18]


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