What's the state of political and automotive advertising for the U.S. Hispanic market? That's the topic of conversation in this latest Hispanic Radio Podcast, hosted by Radio + Television Business Report Editor-in-Chief Adam R Jacobson. In this edition, Jacobson speaks with Entravision Communications SVP/Integrated Marketing Solutions Angie Balderas.
When it comes to attracting the biggest possible audience for your radio station, syndicated programming could be a part of the mix. Spanish-language radio stations are no different, and 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 VP of Affiliates and Programming Jimmy Perez.
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.
In this latest Hispanic Radio Podcast from Streamline Publishing's Radio + Television Business Report and Radio Ink, multicultural advertising expert Liz Castells, President of Infusion by Castells, explains why radio remains a vital part of the mix for her clients and others actively seeking to build sales and achieve long-term revenue growth.
Seven years ago, being a purveyor of Spanish-language media wasn't exactly the most lucrative business opportunity in the Milwaukee market. Today, the business climate is so strong that Bustos Media of Wisconsin this week launched a second FM signal targeting Latinos. What's changed? Learn all in this Hispanic Radio Podcast.
Is it true that the majority of the growth in the U.S. Hispanic market is coming from markets that are below the top 10 Hispanic DMAs? "Generally speaking, yes," reveals Fernando E. Férnandez, Partner and Chief Client Officer at New York-based multicultural advertising agency d'expósito & Partners. But, are media buyers and marketers responding? In this Hispanic Radio Podcast, we look at the locales where your company could thrive.
In Los Angeles, Spanish Broadcasting System (SBS) is locked in a tight three-way battle for regional Mexican listeners, as its KLAX-FM "97.9 La Raza" takes the midday crown. But, it is the rise of KXOL-FM "Mega 96.3" that warrants attention. Could the substantial gains seen by this Latin Urban and "trap music" hub be replicated in your market? The answer could come by way of this exclusive 15-minute Hispanic Radio Podcast,
In this Hispanic Radio Podcast, SBS EVP/Programming Jesus Salas shares why the launch of a brand-new station and adjustments at two other FMs in Puerto Rico couldn't come at a better time. He also discusses how local social media influencers are leading one of the brand refresh efforts, and how politics and the need to talk will soon reshape another FM station known for salsa.
Lotus Communications benefits from Hispanic listenership to both its English-language and Spanish-language stations. But what makes Lotus' Spanish-language stations such a vibrant part of the company's holdings? Lotus President Jim Kalmenson shares his answers in this Hispanic Radio Podcast.
In this latest Hispanic Radio Podcast, Radio + Television Business Report Editor-in-Chief Adam R Jacobson has a candid conversation with a Latina consumer of both English-language and Spanish-language radio in Miami. She's an immigrant and has her favorite stations, which she listens to both in the car and at home. What does she like? Listen now and learn!
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