Hispanic Radio Podcast: Syndicated Possibilities


When it comes to attracting the biggest possible audience for your radio station, syndicated programming could be a part of the mix — even if only for an hour or two on the weekends or on a weeknight well after dark.

Spanish-language radio stations are no different, and in some ways may be more reliant on syndicated programming than their English-language brethren. That’s where GLR Networks seeks to fill a void in communities across the U.S. where the Hispanic population has grown, but the in-language media choices remain thin.

In this latest Hispanic Radio Podcast, four genres of programming offered by GLR are discussed by Jimmy Perez, VP of Affiliates and Programming for GLR, a partnership with Spain’s Grupo PRISA managed in the U.S. by Gen Media Partners.

Perez discusses with Radio + Television Business Report Editor-in-Chief Adam R Jacobson how a top-of-the-hour newscast has found a cross-format home at Hispanic radio in the U.S., while sharing details on sports-focused talk programming, the growth of the global Los 40 Principales brand in the U.S. via a countdown show, and an entertainment program hosted by one of the most familiar personalities in U.S. Hispanic media.

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Hispanic Radio Podcast: The Adult Opportunity

When most people think of radio formats of appeal to Hispanic consumers, their minds may drift to regional Mexican, or perhaps the ever-popular “trap” music and Latin Urban reggaetón-infused sounds making waves from L.A. to Miami. There may be another big opportunity to drive growth with Latino radio listeners you’ve not yet considered. And, it may not even involve a format change.