This is where you will find the top Philippine radio stations that are streaming from the Mindanao Islands. Some stations might be streaming using only Windows Media Technologies, while some other stations will be streaming using icecast/MP3. For Windows Media Technologies, it is highly recommended that you use only Internet Explorer as the Chrome and Firefox browsers now do not support plugins to play windows media file.
If you are using Chrome, Firefox, iPad, mobile devices, then we suggest you use the MP3 Section (if it is available) to tune in to your favorite online radio stations.
These online radio stations usually have english as the major language, while provincial radio stations may opt to use the local dialect. The format is usually music, news and some commentaries.
Mindanao is the second largest island in the Philippines at 104,630 square kilometers, and is the eighth most populous island in the world. The island of Mindanao is larger than 125 countries worldwide, including the Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Czech Republic, Hungary, and Ireland. The island is mountainous, and is home to Mount Apo, the highest mountain in the country. Mindanao is surrounded by 4 seas: the Sulu Sea to the west, the Philippine Sea to the east, and the Celebes Sea to the south, and the Mindanao Sea to the north. Of all the islands of the Philippines, Mindanao shows the greatest variety of physiographic development. High, rugged, faulted mountains; almost isolated volcanic peaks; high rolling plateaus; and broad, level, swampy plains are found there.
The island group of Mindanao encompasses Mindanao island itself and the Sulu Archipelago to the southwest. The island group is divided into six regions, which are further subdivided into 26 provinces.