Estrella Media-owned Qué Buena Los Angeles, the nation’s top-rated Regional Mexican, was honored Friday (7/7) by the Los Angeles City Council with a proclamation declaring it “Que Buena Los Angeles Radio Day.”
The proclamation was presented by Councilmember Kevin de León for the station’s community work, ratings performance, and its recent “Station of the Year” Medallas de Cortez Award, presented to Estrella Media at the 2023 Hispanic Radio Conference in Miami.
“Que Buena has served as a role model for others, inspiring individuals of all ages to become more engaged and active in community service,” the proclamation reads, also stating that the station’s “dedication and passion have been instrumental in fostering a sense of unity and civic pride among our residents.”
“We are honored to be of service to the Los Angeles community, and we thank Councilmember de León for recognizing the station, our staff, and our audience,” said Eddie Leon, EVP of Radio Programming and Events at Estrella Media. “While we pride ourselves on being the home for Regional Mexican music, our heart is in serving this community and our fans. Music is the lifeblood of our culture and fans, and to be recognized by the City of Los Angles for the work we do is humbling.”
As part of its “Thank You LA: Que Buena Los Angeles Day” the station’s air personalities hosted Kevin de León in-studio live on the Don Cheto Al Aire morning show. Also in attendance: Estrella Media CEO Peter Markham.