Univision Los Angeles announced the expansion of their POSiBLE platform with the launch of POSiBLE Radio, a one-hour radio program designed to offer current and aspiring Angeleno small business owners the resources, tools, and information to start, grow and maintain small businesses during these turbulent times.

Entravision Communications Corporation announced the debut of its new Fuego 99.5 FM Hot Hits radio station serving Harlingen, Brownsville and McAllen, TX

Uforia, the Home of Latin Music, announced the release of “Cuenta Conmigo,” (Count With Me) a musical anthem featuring top Regional Mexican artists created to motivate and inspire Hispanics to participate in the 2020 U.S. Census. The song is part of Univision's broader multi-platform community empowerment campaign that includes PSAs and special programming on Univision’s networks, local television and radio stations, and digital properties aimed at ensuring a fair and accurate count of the Hispanic community.

With furloughs and layoffs clouding the efforts of media companies who continue to excel during one of the most difficult eras for the U.S. since World War II, thanks to the novel coronavirus pandemic, some good financial news is most certainly welcomed.  Look no further than the Q4 and full-year 2019 results released late Tuesday (3/30) by Spanish Broadcasting System (SBS).  By Adam Jacobson

Univision Miami has announced that Emmy-award winning journalist Jose Alfonso Almora and South Florida’s beloved Father Albert Cutié (also known as Padre Alberto) will each host new local shows on Univision’s Miami radio station WQBA 1140 AM.

More than one-third of Americans age 12 and over (104 Million) are consuming podcasts regularly, up significantly from 2019, according to The Infinite Dial 2020® from Edison Research and Triton Digital.

Entravision Communications Corporation announced the debut of “El Show del Mandril,” effective today. The new morning show will be live every Monday-Friday from 6AM-10AM PST and will air in the Los Angeles market on VIVA 103.1 FM.

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Estrella Media, Inc announced the appointment of radio veteran Eddie León, as executive vice president, Radio Programming effective immediately.

Entravision Communications Corporation announced the extension of its long term partnerships with Oswaldo Diaz and Eddie “Piolín” Sotelo. Entravision entered into a new two-year affiliation agreement with Oswaldo Diaz for his hit “El Show de Erazno y La Chokolata” to be carried on its radio stations. Also, under the separate agreements, Entravision has extended its programming and advertising representation agreement with Eddie “Piolín” Sotelo and his hit midday program, “El Show de Piolín.” Piolín’s contract extension will run through December 2020.

Lazer Broadcasting and UNANIMO Deportes announced the official launch of its affiliate station KSFN-AM 1510 in San Francisco, CA. KSFN-AM 1510 will be a 24/7 broadcasting affiliate and will be known as UNANIMO Deportes San Francisco

Katz Media Group announced that Rick Ramos has been promoted to Senior Vice President of Multicultural Partnerships, effective immediately.  Ramos will report to Tucker Flood, President of Eastman Radio at Katz Radio Group.

Gen Media Partners announced the addition of Erazno y La Chokolata to an exclusive ad and affiliate sales representation deal. The Hispanic afternoon-drive comedy program from Ten Mask, LLC is heard on 77 radio stations in 50 markets, including Los Angeles, Phoenix, San Antonio, Las Vegas, Sacramento, Fresno, Tucson, San Francisco, and more.

Lazer Broadcasting has expanded its national ad sales relationship with Gen Media Partners (GMP) by moving its entire portfolio of 43 Spanish Language radio stations to Gen Media Partners exclusively.

Lotus Communications announced that national ad sales representation for its entire group of Spanish Language radio stations will be handled exclusively by Gen Media Partners (GMP). The deal includes top-rated Lotus stations, such as KWID, Las Vegas; KVMX, Sacramento; KCMT and KTKT, Tucson; KIWI and KPSL, Bakersfield; KLBN and KHIT, Fresno, as well as the legendary Los Angeles Spanish Language sports station KWKW and its sister oldies music station KFWB.