The metric is “frequency” and most of us in radio sales take for granted that we fully understand the role it plays in advertising success. But do we?  By Bob McCurd

With all of the changes seen in the U.S. Hispanic market over the last two decades, there's one remarkable constant that's been seen: The top Spanish-language radio format today is the same format that dominated the ratings in 1998. How is this the case? As the GSM for one of America's top Regional Mexican stations shares in this exclusive Hispanic Radio Podcast, the format successfully evolved along with the listening population

In this latest Hispanic Radio Podcast hosted by RBR+TVBR Editor-in-Chief Adam R Jacobson, veteran national sales pro Jose Villafañe — recently appointed Head of Sales and an Advisory Board member for MLC Media — discuss the top things a radio station should consider when evaluating syndicated programming for a key daypart.

If you had to know one thing about Hispanic radio, it is this: There is no such thing.  There are, in fact, at least 20 forms of Latino radio in America, reflecting the 20 countries of origin of this country’s Hispanic population, each different. That explains the vitality of Hispanic radio and its rich diversity.  It also explains the vitality and diversity of Hispanic culture in America.  By Court Stroud

Media integration is a very important topic for advertising and marketing executives seeking to build brand awareness and sales with multicultural consumers. But, what is the mindset of the client when preparing a Hispanic media buy? Is radio an important part of the media mix right from the start? This latest Hispanic Radio Podcast with Zubi Advertising's Isabella Sanchez provides some answers.

La Copa Mundial is much bigger than the Olympics for Latinos across the U.S., and around the world. But, oftentimes, we think of the World cup as a television property. This isn't necessarily true, as Entravision Communications Chief Revenue Officer Mario Carrera notes in this Hispanic Radio Podcast.

Entravision Communications Corporation, an official radio affiliate partner of Fútbol de Primera for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, announced new exclusive promotional events and content in support of its coverage of the FIFA World Cup across its radio stations in 16 markets.

Lotus Communications is one of the few radio broadcasting companies that owns radio stations with Spanish-language and English-language programming. How is the company capitalizing on this? And, is there one thing that's particularly important when inking that contract with a client? Company President Jim Kalmenson shares all in this latest Hispanic Radio Podcast.

Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc. announced the appointment of David Bailin as Vice President, National and Network Sales. Bailin will be responsible for revenue generating sales strategies, expanding business development initiatives and creating 360 multimedia platforms for SBS’ national and network division AIRE Radio Networks. Based out of the SBS New York office, Bailin will also collaborate with SBS’ digital platform, LaMusica, with its respective sales and business development efforts.

The National Football League and CBS have reached an agreement with ESPN Deportes to televise Super Bowl LIII in Spanish on Sunday, February 3, 2019 at 6 p.m. ET, live from Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA.

How do people get their news in the midst of a natural disaster? Radio broadcasters all around the world stay attuned to what’s happening in their local communities, particularly during times of hardship or natural disaster. Radio has the unique capacity to reach remote areas during times of catastrophe, and when it comes to providing communication and information, radio continues to be a lifeline to the most vulnerable in times of crisis.

Can radio stations benefit by reaching out to a segment of the U.S. Hispanic market that is growing in both affluence and influence?  Yes, says Gabriela Alcantara-Diaz, founder and president of Miami-based Semilla AD.

For veterans of Hispanic broadcast media with ties to Puerto Rico, the name Billy Fourquet is synonymous with radio stations owned by Spanish Broadcasting System.  By Adam Jacobson

In the latest edition of the Hispanic Radio Podcast from Streamline Publishing’s Radio + Television Business Report and Radio Ink, Isaac Mizrahi, co-president and COO of Miami-based multicultural advertising agency Alma, discusses the important role both Spanish-language radio and English-language radio targeted to Hispanics has for the marketers and advertisers he works with on a daily basis.

In this latest Hispanic Radio Podcast from Streamline Publishing's Radio + Television Business Report and Radio Ink, Liz Castells explains why radio remains a vital part of the mix for her clients and others actively seeking to build sales and seek long-term revenue growth.

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