From Ron’s Desk

The end of the year is quickly approaching and I would like to take this opportunity to thank each of you for your commitment to the community and to our company. We have just concluded a tremendously successful season of La Feria de la Familia. The ZGS station group has again proved its distinctive capacity to bring together local communities, businesses and the best in Telemundo talent and entertainment to create a truly unique and diverse event. All of this year’s Ferias experienced increased attendance and vendor participation. Our community truly enjoys this event. Now more than ever providing this type of service and information to our audience is extremely important. Congratulations and a big thank you for your efforts with Feria. I also want to take this opportunity to commend you for getting our community active and engaged in the political process. The efforts of our station group encouraged many of our viewers to participate in this historic election. As we prepare for 2009 it is clear that we will confront business challenges. We are not alone. Certainly many, if not most are experiencing the same environment and difficulties. Times like these demonstrate the value of a Telemundo partnership and give us the chance to identify opportunities, provide creative solutions and unparalleled service to our customers. If we put their business success as our first priority I am sure it will have a ripple effect and reflect on our performance. I appreciate your continued dedication to ZGS and your community. I wish you and your families (and with our biggest baby issue yet, it looks like our families are growing) all the best as we enter the holiday season. Happy Thanksgiving.

ZGS In The Community

WWDT Ft. Myers Participates in Local Reading Event
Griselda Torres, WWDT’s Marketing Coordinator, was invited to Spring Creek Elementary School to read to students in celebration of Hispanic Heritage month on October 13. Griselda read The Woman who Outshone the Sun by Alejandro Cruz Martínez. Over half of the students at Spring Creek are Hispanic and parents who participated in the event were given tips on how to help and encourage their children to read. The students loved the Telemundo premiums Griselda gave them including backpacks, pencil cases and bumper stickers.

Students with their Telemundo Ft. Myers backpacks

WNEU Boston Celebrates Kids
WNEU Boston participated in The Boys and Girls Club National Kid’s Day on September 20 at the local Boys and Girls Club in Woburn. National Kid’s Day promotes the positive and healthy development of youth by providing services in a safe environment that build the skills, civility and self-confidence necessary to succeed in a competitive world. WNEU brought Wally the Green Monster, the mascot of the Boston Red Sox, with them to the event which featured a back to school rally, a kids carnival, and a family resource fair.

Wally the Green Monster with staff from the Boys and Girls Club

WRMD Tampa Sponsors Hispanic Heritage Events
WRMD Tampa was the title media sponsor for the three main Tampa Hispanic Heritage Inc. events in the month of September. Jayme Ribeiro Neto, WRMD’s General Manager, was the Master of Ceremonies for the Hispanic Man and Woman of the Year Gala on September 27. The event honored Charlie Miranda and Bella Canasi, two outstanding leaders who have positively contributed to the welfare of Tampa’s Hispanic community. The other events that WRMD participated in were the Tampa Hispanic Heritage Poster Contest recognizing local artist José Murani Murani and the Tampa Hispanic Heritage Kick-off Celebration, which crowned Miss Venezuela Tampa, Stefany Santander, as this year’s Tampa Hispanic Heritage Queen.

Jayme Ribeiro Neto as the Master of Ceremonies

KTDO El Paso Participates in Air Show
For the third year in a row, KTDO El Paso participated in the 2008 Amigo Air Sho, one of the nation’s top 10 air shows, with their community partner Home Depot. The two-day event took place on October 4 and 5 with a Telemundo 48 booth at the popular Trade Show. Thousands of El Pasoans attended the two-day event on October 4 and 5 to watch the aerial performances and to take advantage of the ground attractions including the trade show in which Telemundo 48 participated. The air show has a 27-year history and is the largest joint community venture between the community of El Paso and Ft. Bliss.

Locals enjoy the El Paso Air Show

Local Boston Magazine Features Sin Senos
The November edition of Candela Magazine, a free monthly publication that serves the Hispanic community of Massachusetts, features the controversial topics addressed in Telemundo’s popular novela Sin Senos No Hay Paraíso. The issue includes an in-depth feature on the show as well the artwork from the novela as its cover.

The cover of the November issue of Candela

WTMO Orlando’s Rafael Carderera interviews Michael Phelps
Rafael Carderera of Telenoticias Orlando's El Poder Deportivo interviewed record breaking Olympian, Michael Phelps at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom. Phelps celebrated his eight gold medals for Team USA at the park and was the grand marshal in the daily parade.

Rafael Carderera interviews Michael Phelps

Telemundo New England Steps Out
Telemundo New England participated in the American Diabetes Association’s Step Out: Walk to Fight Diabetes as the media sponsor for the walk in Providence on September 29 and Boston on October 10. Step Out: Walk to Fight Diabetes is about changing the face of diabetes in the United States by raising funds to help find a cure and by walking a few miles to bring a greater awareness to this devastating disease, which disproportionately affects the Hispanic community.

Ft. Myers Gathers to Honor Celia Cruz
WWDT Ft. Myers was the Spanish-language media sponsor for the local premiere of the documentary film Celia the Queen about the legendary salsa sensation Celia Cruz. The event was held at the Philharmonic Center for the Arts on September 20 with a crowd of over 1,000 in attendance. The film was followed by a live performance by Grammy award-winning salsa singer Willy Chirino.

Willy Chirino’s stellar performance

WWSI Philadelphia Brings Viewers Catholic Mass in Spanish
WWSI Philadelphia and the Archdiocese of Philadelphia announced a partnership to broadcast Sunday Catholic Mass in Spanish to viewers in the tri-state area beginning November 2 at 6:30 a.m. WWSI and the Archdiocese recognize the significance of bringing this service to the Hispanic community and are pleased to offer this weekly addition to the local programming line-up. The Mass is directed at audiences that are unable to attend the regular service. On the first Sunday broadcast, viewers enjoyed Mass specially delivered by Cardinal Rigali. Each Sunday different priests representing each of the local Parishes will offer the Mass.

Employee Recognition

Sarykarmen Rivera and Gaby Calderón of Telenoticias Orlando news team were honored as Reporter of the Year and Sportscaster of the Year, respectively, at the 2008 Premios Paoli on November 8 at the Crowne Plaza Orlando Airport. The Paoli Awards gala is an annual event that recognizes the best in local television, radio and music. This is Gaby Calderón’s second consecutive year as recipient of the Sportscaster of the Year award.

Ronald Gordon, President of ZGS, participated as a panel member at the En Banc Hearing and Conference on Overcoming Barriers to Communications Financing in New York on July 29.
Wendy Thompson, General Manager of WZDC Washington DC, was the keynote speaker at Noche de Serenanta, La Clínica del Pueblo’s third annual gala on October 25 at the Beacon Hotel in Washington,DC.
Mavi Báez, DJ of VIVA 900 AM’s morning program, served as Mistress of Ceremonies for the march and vigil organized by Latino Agencies Against Domestic Violence on October 24. The event was sponsored by the DC Mayor’s Office on Latino Affairs.
Tara Ballesteros, ZGS Communications Director, presented comments at the Congressional Leadership Institute Congressional Briefing on Hispanics and the Media on September 24 on Capitol Hill.

Baby Announcements

Exsen Karlin Aponte
September 12
Son of Brenda Mulero, Traffic Coordinator WRDM Hartford/ WDMR Springfield

David Ike Duarte
September 18
Son of Aaron Duarte, Production KTDO El Paso
Joaquín Rafael Carderera
October 10
Son of Rafael Carderera, Sports Anchor WTMO Orlando
Emilio Andrés Holmes
October 14
Son of Liliana Henao, News Anchor WZDC Washington DC
Vincent Cortez
October 23
Son of Mark Cortez, Administrative Assistant KTDO El Paso
New Members of the ZGS Family
KTDO El Paso
Marisol Trevino
Alejandro Vélez
WWDT Ft. Myers/Naples
Martín Ycaza
WRDM/WDMR Hartford/Springfield
Frances Morales
Juan Carlos Norena
Margarita Soto
WTMO Orlando
Bianca Minca
WWSI Philadelphia
Sergio Hernández
WRMD Tampa
Francisco Moll
WZDC Washington, DC
Gabriela Takushi
VIVA 900
Gina Aliaga
Rosa Brandon
TaKeia Terry
Frank Villamar
La Feria de la Familia

La Feria de la Familia is a ZGS signature event. This exciting and unparalleled family and grassroots experience is designed to provide information, services and entertainment to the Hispanic community. Since August there have been successful Ferias in Orlando, El Paso, Tampa and Washington DC. This year Penélope Menchaca of Telemundo’s wildly popular 12 Corazones was the mistress of ceremonies. The mission of each Feria is the same – to serve the local community, however each station’s event is entirely unique.

The huge crowd at WZDC’s Feria

Record Attendance in Washington

WZDC Washington, DC hosted its sixth annual La Feria de la Familia with an estimated 27,000 in attendance on November 2 at the DC Armory. In addition to the participation of Penélope Menchaca, fellow network stars Juan Diego Sánchez and Carmen Villalobos from the hit novela Sin Senos No Hay Paraíso were part of the event. The Telenoticias Washington news team reported from the venue and took time to sign autographs and take pictures with faithful viewers. WZDC took advantage of the final weekend before the presidential election to encourage area Latinos to get out and vote as part of Telemundo’s national Vota Por Tu Futuro initiative. A variety of sponsors provided health exams, Inova Blood Services accepted blood donations, Children’s National Medical Center offered identification cards for young children, and Dr. Bear’s Express mobile unit was onsite to provide immunizations. Financial institutions, area government outreach offices and attorneys were available to answer questions and provide resources. Children were mesmerized by the Arlington County Public Library’s story time and the Smithsonian’s Community Science exhibit. Team members from - DC United signed autographs for their fans and radio station VIVA 900 AM provided music and giveaways. As in years past the highlight of the event was the prize drawing to win a 2009 Toyota Matrix. The day concluded with an energetic musical performance by DLG (Dark Latin Groove).

NG2 performs at Orlando’s Feria

WTMO Orlando Recognized for Commitment to the Community

Over 20,000 people attended WTMO Orlando’s La Feria de la Familia on August 16 at Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee. WTMO’s Feria is now in its fourth year serving the Hispanic community of Central Florida. With over 100 participating vendors, this year’s Feria offered a variety of entertainment, resources, information, and activities for the entire family. The event started with a ribbon cutting ceremony where La Feria de la Familia was recognized by the Osceola County Board of Commissioners for its commitment and service to the community. Penélope Menchaca, of Telemundo’s 12 Corazones, was a hit and the charismatic star kept the crowd entertained throughout the day. One of the crowd favorite’s was the dance contest she hosted on stage with participants from the audience. The Telenoticias Orlando news team reported live from the event and aired a follow-up two part special on August 31 and September 7. The impressive musical lineup including Baby Ranks; Angel & Khriz, one of the most internationally recognized reggaeton duos; NG2, the next generation of Salsa; and the headliner, renowned Queen of Merengue Milly Quezada. Event attendees started waiting in line at 7 a.m. for the Osceola County Health Department’s popular free back to school immunizations. There were a variety of booths offering free health screenings including eye exams, diabetes screenings, and cholesterol checks. With the 2008 presidential election a few months away, representatives from Latinos for Obama and local campaigns informed participants about their candidates. There were also opportunities for people to register to vote. In anticipation of the Digital Transition, DISH Network educated viewers about the transition and offered demonstrations of their DTVPal converter box. In addition, WTMO Orlando debuted the Mujer de Hoy Hazte Valer social campaign in conjunction with MANA of Orlando.

Penélope Menchaca with one of her fans in El Paso

KTDO El Paso’s Feria is Honored by the City

Thousands of KTDO viewers gathered at the El Paso Convention Center on September 13 to participate in KTDO’s second annual La Feria de la Familia. KTDO received a proclamation from the Mayor and Council of the City of El Paso recognizing the event as the official start of the National Hispanic Heritage Month activities in El Paso. Telemundo stars Penélope Menchaca, of 12 Corazones, and Ana María Polo, host of the hit show Caso Cerrado, were in attendance throughout the day, wowing the crowd, signing autographs and providing plenty of entertainment. One of the highlights of the event was Tejano superstar Bobby Pulido, who sang his greatest hits to a very enthusiastic crowd. Thanks to the El Paso Diabetes Association’s La Feria de la Diabetes, event attendees were able to take advantage of services such as vision and feet examinations, cholesterol screenings, healthy cooking and diabetes management classes, as well as exercise sessions throughout the day.
The event also emphasized the incredible local talent that El Paso has to offer, such as musical acts Raúl Sánchez, Arturo Guerrero, Mariachi Los Galleros, and the brilliant dancers from New Horizons Dance Academy.

Ana María Polo and Charlie Cruz in Tampa

WRMD Tampa Celebrates Hispanic Heritage with Feria

Over 8,000 people attended WRMD Tampa’s La Feria de la Familia on October 5 at the A La Carte Event Pavilion setting an attendance record for the event. Now in its fourth year serving the Hispanic community of the Tampa Bay Area, WRMD’s event was organized to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. At the event, the community partnership of Florida Blood Services collected over 25 pints of blood. This year’s Feria also included adult health evaluations, and legal counsel. One of the most popular areas of the fair was Telemundo Kids where children had the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities including arts workshops, balloon artists, and a Tampa Rays batting cage. Ana María Polo hosted an autograph session with hundreds of fans lining up to meet the famous host of Telemundo’s hit show Caso Cerrado. The musical line-up included local mariachi and dance groups, salsa star Charlie Cruz and the event concluded with a performance from Bachata star Domenic Marte who performed hits such as Ven tú and Con los ojos cerrados.

Homan Machuca speaks with President-Elect Obama

WTMO Orlando Introduces Telenoticias Xtra

WTMO Orlando’s new roundtable debate show, Telenoticias Xtra, hosted by Homan Machuca began airing in September. Leading up to the 2008 election the program focused on the issues and the candidates and included exclusive interviews with both presidential candidates. Moving forward, the show will continue to provide a forum to discuss issues that are of interest to the Hispanic community. Important topics are discussed and both sides of each argument are presented in a non-partisan manner. This show complements Telenoticias Orlando and provides the opportunity for more in-depth reporting.

Winner David Murphy Pineda accepts his award

WZDC Washington Honors Local Students

WZDC Washington and NBC 4 hosted their annual reception to honor the finalists of this year’s Hispanic Heritage Essay Contest on October 1. Created in 1998 as a celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Essay Contest invites high school students in the area to reflect on the unique Hispanic-American experience while emphasizing the importance of a good education for all Americans. Drawing upon the theme “Why is Hispanic Heritage Month Important,” students submitted an original 1000-word essay, which was judged by a panel of community leaders, journalists and notable personalities for content and originality. The judges selected ten finalists, and winners were announced at the reception held at NBC4 headquarters in Washington DC. This year’s keynote speaker was Manny Acta, Manager of the Washington Nationals and founder of impACTA Kids Foundation. The top finalists of the Essay Contest were awarded scholarships and other educational supplies such as laptop computers thanks to the sponsorship of GEICO and Freddie Mac. In addition, the grand-prize winner’s essay is published in the weekly Spanish newspaper, El Tiempo Latino. This year’s winner was David Murphy Pineda.

Weekdays are More Entertaining in Ft. Myers with New Local Show

WWDT Ft. Myers launched new local program En Casa Con Martín Ycaza on November 10. Host Martin Ycaza brings viewers of Southwest Florida live entertainment, celebrity interviews and informative segments highlighting issues of local importance to the Hispanic community. A native of Guayaquil, Ecuador, Martín Ycaza is a respected and recognized entertainer and has interviewed some of the biggest names in Spanish television including Gloria Trevi and Paulina Rubio. The 30-minute show will feature local news segments, as well as a variety of other topics including but not limited to finance, travel, cooking tips, healthcare, and family life. The program airs weekdays at 11:30 am.

The Telemundo Philadelphia team at the auditions

WWSI Philadelphia Taps Local Singles for 12 Corazones

WWSI Philadelphia held auditions for single men and women in the area looking for a chance to meet their soul mates on 12 Corazones, Telemundo’s hottest dating show. Sponsored by Bud Light, the auditions were held August 14-16 at III Elements, Isla Verde and North Philly Rhythms and attracted some of Philadelphia’s most eligible Latino guys and gals. Judges were impressed by all of the participant’s positive energy and the creativity displayed to best portray their romanticism. Songs, poems, dances… anything to give judges a glimpse of their lonely hearts and win a trip to Los Angeles for a taping of the prime time show featuring Penélope Menchaca and famed astrologist Edward O’.

Rafael Carderera and Gaby Calderón with Mrs. Medina’s first grade class

WTMO Orlando Reads To Succeed

WTMO Orlando kicked off its signature literacy event Leer Para Vencer at Kissimmee Elementary School. Telenoticias Orlando's dynamic sports duo, Rafael Carderera and Gaby Calderón, visited Mrs. Denise Medina's first grade dual language class on October 14. During the visit, the El Poder Deportivo talent read stories to the children and discussed the importance of learning to read. Leer Para Vencer was created to encourage reading in the Hispanic family and especially among children. The program emphasizes that reading is not only educational but also fun, and continues at local schools throughout the year, as part of WTMO Orlando’s commitment to empower the Hispanic community of Central Florida.

WWSI Philadelphia Showcases Programming

WWSI participated in the Philly Ad Club’s Annual TV Showcase Luncheon in September. This mega-event featured personalities and previews of shows from all the regional stations. Ronald Gordon, President of ZGS Communications, received a warm welcome as he introduced WWSI Telemundo to the Philadelphia market and presented an exciting 5-minute video highlighting the stations fall programming. The luncheon took place in downtown Philadelphia at the Loews Hotel in the Millennium Ballroom, where hundreds of leaders from the advertising industry, including the biggest local agencies gathered to hear the stations present their fall programming line-ups.

The Telecam interviewing Telemundo’s own Candela Ferro

New England Telecam Hits the Streets

WNEU Boston, WRDM/WDMR Hartford/Springfield, and WRIW Providence have been extremely successful with their local Telecam. The idea behind the Telecam is for businesses to connect to their audience in an unconventional and creative way. Each station has a local host that visits clients at their place of business and interviews them about their services and products to share on the air. Telecam is a powerful local marketing tool that is extremely popular with both clients and the audience. Local businesses have a unique opportunity to highlight their companies and the audience enjoys the spontaneity of the local spots. Recent Telecam’s have included McDonald’s in Boston, Medrano Express in Providence and Bob’s Discount Furniture in Hartford.

Mr. and Mrs. Barrios, one of the couples that participated in La Edad de Oro

La Edad de Oro Launches in DC for the Young at Heart

WZDC Washington, DC launched La Buena Vida La Edad de Oro. This health and wellness campaign features promotional vignettes, news segments and sponsor-related messages directed at viewers ages 50 and older. La Edad de Oro provides the audience with tools and ideas necessary to prepare and inspire a healthier mind, spirit and body. The goal is to provide the community with critical information, to help close the gaps that exist in the health care industry and to better align resources and services to meet the needs of this growing Hispanic population in the metro area. Twice a year participants are selected from WZDC’s audience to embark on a 10-week regimen that includes exercise, nutritional counseling, basic medical attention and guidance from trained professionals. Each week viewers track the progress of participants via Telenoticias Washington, WZDC’s local newscast. Viewers are continuously encouraged to identify poor life choices and incorporate better ones into their daily regimen to ultimately lead a healthier and more balanced life.

VIVA 900 AM Celebrates Seventh Anniversary with New Website

WILC VIVA 900 AM unveiled their new website in celebration of their seventh anniversary. The launch of the new and improved website allows listeners to live stream the radio station, interact with DJs, find out about the latest entertainment news including area concerts, and to stay connected to the Hispanic community through event listings and a community resource link. Since 2001, VIVA 900 has been an integral part of the Washington, DC’s Hispanic community providing entertainment, information and support to its listeners. In the past seven years VIVA 900 has partnered with organizations such as AYUDA, Central American Resource Center (CARECEN), Centro Católico, Children’s Hospital, the Consulate of El Salvador, Prince George’s County Police Department, the Ricky Martin Foundation, and the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. With its premier annual event, the Promesa y Esperanza radiothon, VIVA 900 has raised over one million dollars for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. VIVA 900 has also brought the DC metro area some of Spanish music’s biggest stars including Chayanne, Alejandro Fernandez, El Buqui, Enrique Iglesias, Juanes, Maná, Ricky Martin, and Laura Pausini.

José Díaz Balart with the Telemundo Tampa team

Telemundo’s José Díaz Balart Hosts MOSI Annual Hispanic Scientist of the Year Gala in Tampa

José Díaz Balart from Telemundo’s news program, Noticiero Telemundo hosted the Museum of Science and Industry’s (MOSI) annual Hispanic Scientist of the Year Gala on October 11. For the third year WRMD Tampa sponsored the Gala. The Gala recognizes nationally distinguished Hispanics in the field of science and engineering who are leaders and mentors to Hispanic youth. This year’s recipient is Dr. Lydia Villa-Komaroff, a molecular biologist and founding member of the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS). The Gala took place at MOSI. Proceeds from the event help fund scholarships for the Youth Enriched by Science (YES!Team). This program is a career development program designed to help at-risk youth develop and progress in a supportive peer-group environment and encourages youth to pursue an interest in science.

WZDC Washington Airs Literacy Campaign

Leer Para Vencer is WZDC’s literacy campaign that promotes reading in the Hispanic family. This year, Verizon sponsored on-air vignettes that feature Telemundo celebrities encouraging children and their families to read together. The campaign reaches approximately 200,000 Hispanic households in the DC metro area and consists of 30-second vignettes that run daily between 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. through December. The vignettes emphasize the important role parents play in the education of their children. In one of the vignettes Jesse Losada of Telemundo's sports stresses that, "Reading is the best exercise for the mind! Just like playing a sport, the more you practice, the better you play."

The Toyota stuffed with beach balls

WNEU Boston Hosts Summer Sales Event

WNEU Boston hosted the Latin Day Summer Sales event on August 23 in partnership with the Nashua Toyota dealership. Telemundo star Candela Ferro participated in the celebration, which included food, music, prizes and entertainment for the entire family. Event attendees were able to take advantage of special sales offered by Toyota. The Telechicas were onsite and viewers had the opportunity to win Telemundo giveaways. One of the main attractions was the opportunity to win an all expense paid trip to the Caribbean by guessing how many beach balls were in a Toyota SUV. The winner was Ignacio Arboleda from Lowell, Massachusetts.

WWSI Philadelphia Partners for Voter Registration Campaign

WWSI Philadelphia and Congreso de Latinos Unidos partnered in a Get-Out-The-Vote voter registration campaign. As part of Telemundo’s Vota Por Tu Futuro initiative WWSI and Congreso worked together to increase civic participation in the Hispanic community and encourage the Philadelphia Latino community to make their voices heard. “Telemundo has been a valuable media partner and has shown commitment to community efforts around voting and voter’s rights,” commented Lisa Kricun, Vice President of External Affairs at Congreso. The partnership created an extraordinary opportunity for mobilizing the local Latino vote.

Mark Warner Visits WZDC Washington

Mark Warner, former Governor and newly elected Democratic Senator from Virginia, met with the editorial board of WZDC Washington, DC on October 16, just weeks before the election. The editorial board asked questions about issues of particular concern to Latinos in the election including immigration, education, health care and the economy. Warner began the meeting with a short introduction in Spanish and highlighted his record on issues important to Virginia Latinos. He reminded those in attendance that he was the first Governor in Virginia to create a Latino Advisory Committee and he spoke candidly about the need for the U.S. to draw on its diverse populations to create a national competitive strategy to compete globally. Warner concluded the meeting by encouraging the Latino community to be more involved in the political process and said he hoped more Latinos would consider running for public office.

WWSI Philadelphia Expands Coverage

WWSI Philadelphia can now be seen on RCN and Service Electric cable systems in Allentown and the Lehigh Valley. The addition of the local station to these systems further expands WWSI’s footprint. The new coverage area on RCN includes Allentown, Delaware County and the Lehigh Valley; and Service Electric covers the Greater Lehigh Valley, Bethlehem and Easton Metro area, including Eastern Berks County, Lehigh and Northampton Counties and Upper Bucks County. “Telemundo Philadelphia is a great fit for our customers demographics,” said Randy Schwartzman, RCN’s Director of Sales and Marketing. “WWSI has been highly requested by our customers and based on the reaction we have seen in such a short time, we know this addition will be extremely well received.”

WRMD Tampa Moves to New Office

WRMD Tampa recently moved to a new and improved office space. The space allows for the station to expand and includes studio space for the launch of the highly anticipated local news Telenoticias Tampa. Additionally, the move allows WRMD to work alongside sister radio stations WGES La Genesis 680 AM and WAMA La Invasora 1550 AM and better serve the Hispanic community in Tampa.

Comments, suggestions or ideas for the newsletter? E-mail Tara Ballesteros


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