|Broadcast area||Metro Manila and surrounding areas|
|Branding||DWAD 1098 Now Radio|
|Format||Blocktime, Religious, Talk, Music|
|Owner||Crusaders Broadcasting System|
First air date
|July 22, 1973|
|1080 kHz (1973-1978)|
Call sign meaning
|Anno Domini (In the year of the Lord)|
|Website||DWAD Facebook Page|
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