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.
Jessica Rosenworcel today sent letters to the nation’s nine largest providers of Wireless Emergency Alerts seeking information on how these alerts can start to support more languages beyond English and Spanish.
He is a former VP of Content at Univision, and held roles at both the former CBS Radio and Spanish Broadcasting System (SBS). Most recently, he served as an outside consultant for Univision, working on Uforia-branded podcasts and the former KLVE-FM/Los Angeles-based Omar y Argelia, now at SBS.
As of today, Fernando Arath Pérez is now directing the programming of iHeartMedia’s Spanish-language FM serving the Delaware Valley — the company’s second attempt to monetize and attract a sizable Hispanic listening audience to a big-signal FM in Philadelphia.
American businessman Sol Trujillo has served as the Chief Executive Officer of U.S. West, Orange and of Telstra. Now, he’s launching a podcast venture with U.S. Hispanic consumers as the target, and he is teaming with Rick Sanchez to get a bit more L’Attitude flowing in the on-demand audio space.
Carlos Branco has taken the position of Assistant Program Director for Meruelo Media-owned Latin Urban FM “CALI 93.9,” KLLI-FM in Los Angeles. Branco has spent the last 15 years with Univision Radio, most recently overseeing the content and brand expansion for 5 of its Spanish Adult Contemporary stations. “We’re excited to welcome Carlos back to…
On May 16, 2007, “Rumba 104.5” and WUBA were replaced with Alternative music, as WRFF, which remains on the air today. At Noon on March 11, 2022, iHeartMedia and its iHeartLatino division led by Miami veteran air personality Enrique Santos, decided to give it another try in the City of Brotherly Love. Rumba is back in Philly, only this time it is on a home once home to an Eagle, to Smooth Jazz and, most recently, “The Breeze.”
While the city of Boca Raton, Fla., may think of itself as a classy hub of business and higher income households, in English the city’s name is “Rat’s Mouth.” For Entravision, there’s nothing gross at all about a rat’s mouth. In fact, it’s just committed to one as the centerpiece of its latest national radio programming syndication effort.
One of the largest and most successful Hispanic-owned food companies in the U.S., noted for its support of Republican politicians in the 2020 election cycle, has been honored by a New York-based heritage Talk station owned by an individual whose parent company owns one of this food company’s biggest customers in the Big Apple.
Wurl, which powers streaming TV, has entered into an agreement with RCN Más and MegaNoticias to enable distribution and monetization services on the connected-TV platform Roku. As such, both services are now available on Roku in the U.S. RCN Más is a service from Latin America TV created with content from Colombian broadcaster RCN. MegaNoticias…