About

About

Charly Pura

Photo by Paul Pablo of PhotoOpsStudio.com

Upon arrival in Los Angeles, CA when she was 15, the first thing she wanted to do was to find her new favorite radio station. To her surprise, radio stations for Chinese, Spanish, Classical, and every kind of music can be found through the airwaves, except Filipino Music. She had a fleeting thought of starting a Filipino radio station one day… little did she know that only 3 years later, she’ll begin one.

She started Flip Jams with Charly at a college radio in 2008. Twice a week, two hours per show, Flip Jams with Charly came alive on Audio8ball.com . Like clockwork, her listeners will tune in and will communicate with her via her own chatroom on her blog. In time, Flip Jams with Charly’s listeners grew until she went off the air after graduating in 2011.

Coming back on the air at Audio8Ball.com just for the summer in 2012, Charly was surprised to encounter numerous messages on her Facebook account asking whatever happened to her show. After a successful come back in 2012, she started planning out Pinoy Frequency with a few friends within the LA Filipino-American community.

Pinoy Frequency

Launched in April 3, 2013, many established indie artists got their first singles heard through Pinoy Frequency. Mark Redito fka Spazzkid, was the very first guest artist on the air during the show’s 2nd week on the air. This means a lot to Charly Pura and Pinoy Frequency because Mark Redito is one of the earliest fans of the show. He started listening to Flip Jams with Charly as early as 2009, chatting with Charly frequently whenever she’s on the air. Paranoid City, Kaapin, Farewell Fair Weather, Masha, Ransom Collective, and more have been first heard at Pinoy Frequency.

Pinoy Frequency also graced a number of events in the years followed interviewing bigger indie Filipino artists such as Sandwich, Kitchie Nadal, and some celebrities as well like Raymond Bagatsing and Janine Tugonon.

All this while, Pinoy Frequency has only been broadcasting every Wednesdays providing a whole day of Filipino artists all over the world. After reaching a substantial amount of artists who voluntarily sign up their music, Pinoy Frequency finally started broadcasting 24/7 in 2015.

About

Charly Pura

Photo by Paul Pablo of PhotoOpsStudio.com

Upon arrival in Los Angeles, CA when she was 15, the first thing she wanted to do was to find her new favorite radio station. To her surprise, radio stations for Chinese, Spanish, Classical, and every kind of music can be found through the airwaves, except Filipino Music. She had a fleeting thought of starting a Filipino radio station one day… little did she know that only 3 years later, she’ll begin one.

She started Flip Jams with Charly at a college radio in 2008. Twice a week, two hours per show, Flip Jams with Charly came alive on Audio8ball.com . Like clockwork, her listeners will tune in and will communicate with her via her own chatroom on her blog. In time, Flip Jams with Charly’s listeners grew until she went off the air after graduating in 2011.

Coming back on the air at Audio8Ball.com just for the summer in 2012, Charly was surprised to encounter numerous messages on her Facebook account asking whatever happened to her show. After a successful come back in 2012, she started planning out Pinoy Frequency with a few friends within the LA Filipino-American community.

Pinoy Frequency

Launched in April 3, 2013, many established indie artists got their first singles heard through Pinoy Frequency. Mark Redito fka Spazzkid, was the very first guest artist on the air during the show’s 2nd week on the air. This means a lot to Charly Pura and Pinoy Frequency because Mark Redito is one of the earliest fans of the show. He started listening to Flip Jams with Charly as early as 2009, chatting with Charly frequently whenever she’s on the air. Paranoid City, Kaapin, Farewell Fair Weather, Masha, Ransom Collective, and more have been first heard at Pinoy Frequency.

Pinoy Frequency also graced a number of events in the years followed interviewing bigger indie Filipino artists such as Sandwich, Kitchie Nadal, and some celebrities as well like Raymond Bagatsing and Janine Tugonon.

All this while, Pinoy Frequency has only been broadcasting every Wednesdays providing a whole day of Filipino artists all over the world. After reaching a substantial amount of artists who voluntarily sign up their music, Pinoy Frequency finally started broadcasting 24/7 in 2015.