Nomination Window Narrows For Medallas de Cortez

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The nomination window will close Friday, Dec. 20, for the most prestigious and highly coveted symbol of excellence in Hispanic radio — the Medallas de Cortez.


This is the eleventh year these exclusive radio awards will be presented at the Hispanic Radio Conference, scheduled for March 25-26 at the Intercontinental at Doral in Miami.

If you know someone who is doing great work in Hispanic radio, don’t miss the chance to spotlight their efforts with a nomination.

Make your nomination here

Nominations can be made in eight categories:

  • Marketer (may be someone from a station, an agency, or a client)
  • National/Syndicated Personality
  • Local Personality
  • Program Director
  • Sales Manager
  • General/Market Manager
  • Station of the Year
  • Broadcaster of the Year.

The awards are sponsored by vCreative.

Nominations are now being accepted. The deadline is December 20.

Make your nomination here

 “The Medallas de Cortez awards presentation is one of the most inspiring and memorable aspects of the Hispanic Radio Conference,” says Deborah Parenti, Publisher of Radio + Television Business Report, Radio Ink and the Podcast Business Journal. “By recognizing excellence in Hispanic radio, these awards pay tribute not only to some amazing and dedicated professionals in Hispanic radio, but they serve to energize and encourage others to follow their footsteps. And for me, there is nothing more rewarding than the honor of presenting these very special awards.”

The awards are named in honor of Raoul Cortez, who founded KCOR-AM in San Antonio — the first Spanish-language station in the United States — in 1946.

Nominations are open to anyone, Hispanic and not, who is involved in Hispanic broadcasting. The goal is to make sure everyone dedicated to this segment of the industry has an opportunity to be recognized for their contributions to excellence in radio.

 


Click here to make your Medallas de Cortez nominations, and remember, nominations are due by December 20.

Click here to register for the Hispanic Radio Conference today!

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