FOX Deportes announced a new strategic partnership with radio broadcasting giant Stardome Radio Networks, providing Latino sports fans with more ways to stay up to date with the latest in sports. As of early February, content from “Central Fox” and “La Última Palabra” will be broadcast in the U.S. by a Hispanic radio syndication company.

Hispanic Radio Today 2012 provides an in-depth look at the radio listening activity and consumer profiles of Hispanic consumers in the U.S. Once again, the report reveals that radio has near-universal reach among English- and Spanish-dominant Hispanic consumers. It also shows that Hispanic audiences to both English- and Spanish-language formats are huge spenders in many key retail categories.

SBS Radio announced the appointment of Johanna Gomez as part of "The DJ Laz Morning Show" of its radio stations in Miami (WRMA-FM DJ106.7FM) and Los Angeles (KXOL-FM LA 96.3FM). Gomez will be co-hosting "The DJ Laz Morning Show" Coast to Coast Monday- Friday from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. (ET-PT).

Who says radio is out? Maybe in other parts of the world, but in Puerto Rico, radio listeners are loyal and more are born every day.

The New York Mets and ESPN Deportes Nueva York 1050 AM announced that the station will broadcast Mets games in Spanish for the 2013 season. Under the agreement, 1050 AM will broadcast 150 regular season games, including select spring training, and postseason.

Adelante Media Group announced two major promotions.

Media Latino Communications (MLC) announced that renowned on-air personality, La Bronca has joined La Numero Uno Radio Network, which features the enormously popular Mexican Regional Format. La Bronca's show is sizzling and sexy, so the natural time slot for her is afternoon drive to evenings.

For decades, the RAB and others have preached that selling is about being customer-centric. We've all heard it, we've all been trained to interview clients about their needs, and there is not one broadcaster on earth who does not know this to be true. So why is radio not getting its fair share of ad dollars nationwide? I've discovered what is probably the major reason. By Eric Rhoades / Publisher of Radio Ink

Radio Today 2012 is an in-depth snapshot of radio listening nationwide and the 23 most popular radio formats. Radio Today combines Scarborough consumer profiles with Arbitron audience data to develop a comprehensive profile of radio listening across.

Radio Ink magazine has chosen Univision Radio President Jose Valle as its Executive of the Year. Valle, who started out as a receptionist at KTNQ and KLVE in Los Angeles, is now responsible for 70 radio stations in 16 of the top U.S. Hispanic markets and five stations in Puerto Rico, leading 1,100 Univision Radio employees.

Univision Radio has launched the new WQBU FM, Mami 92.7 FM, radio station in the tri-state  area. The new Mami 92.7 FM format features the greatest tropical hits of all time.

GLR Networks is proud to broadcast the “superbowl” of Mexican soccer known as “La Gran Final del Futbol Mexicano”. This upcoming Sunday, December 2nd, 2012, the final game of the Mexican soccer league (“La Liga MX”) will crown its winner!

Radio listening increased in the New York radio market as the Super Storm Sandy made landfall during the evening of Monday, October 29th.

70 percent increase in radio listening as the storm hit the coast

Media Latino Communications (MLC) announced the launch of its newest Radio Network, Caliente Radio Network, which features the enormously popular Tropical Format, and targets Hispanic Adults 18-34.

Nielsen and NM Incite, a joint venture between Nielsen and McKinsey & Company, announced the acquisition of SocialGuide, a leading provider of social TV measurement, analytics and audience engagement solutions.