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SBS Syndicates El Terrible From Chicago To Los Angeles & San Francisco

Spanish Broadcasting System has begun syndicating “La Ley 107.9” WLEY Aurora/Chicago morning hosts Terry ‘El Terrible’ Cortez, Kristel ‘La Kristy’ Yañez, and Johnny ‘El Perro’ Orta on their co-owned stations in Los Angeles and San Francisco. The show has relocated to “La Raza 97.9” KLAX-FM East Los Angeles where it replaces “El Vacilon de la Mañana” hosted by Ramon “El Monchies” Moran, Felix Castillo, and El Compadre Pop in the 6-10am daypart. It also will be airing on “La Raza 93.3” KRZZ San Francisco. Both Cortez and Yañez joined WLEY in 2014 from Univision’s 101.9 KSCA Los Angeles where they were parts of the syndicated Piolin show from 2001-2013. Spanish Broadcasting System Inc. (OTCQX: SBSAA) (SB...[Read More]

Marko Radlovic Returns To SBS As West Coast Regional Manager

One week after exiting the Market Manager position for Cumulus Los Angeles, Marko Radlovic is joining Spanish Broadcasting Systems as SVP/West Coast Regional Manager overseeing “Mega 96.3” KXOL and “La Raza 97.9” KLAX Los Angeles and “La Raza 93.3” KRZZ San Francisco. This marks a return to SBS for Radlovic, who previously spent a decade at the company including two terms as corporate Chief Revenue Officer and Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer, VP/Sales and General Manager of the two Los Angeles stations. SPANISH BROADCASTING SYSTEM, INC. (“SBS”) today announced that Marko Radlovic has been named Senior Vice President and West Coast Regional Manager, supervising all operations at KLAX-FM and KXOL-FM in Los Angeles and KRZZ-FM i...[Read More]

Contract Dispute Leads To Claims Of Ratings Fraud

Update 12/3: The Los Angeles Times reports that El Mandril was the focus of an investigation into potential ratings tampering. His manager stated that the push came from competitors “concerned that Mandril was being so successful”. The allegations claimed that PPM holders were contacted by people associated with the show and encouraged to listen. There is still no concrete answer as to if that led to his being taken off the air. The Times report quotes his manager as stating that he was pulled simply as part of a contract renegotiation, but that a KLAX executive said El Mandril’s show “was taken off the air because of an investigation”. Original Report 11/27: Ricardo ‘El Mandril’ Sánchez has been off the air at SBS’ Regional Mexican stations ...[Read More]