HRN Media Network and it’s Tejano Nation weekend show adds three new affiliate stations.
Grupo Radio Centro Spanish Contemporary KAMA-AM in El Paso, Texas, Crocodile Broadcasting Tropical KGLA (Tropical 105.7 in New Orleans, Louisiana, and Hubbard Regional Mexican WBQH-AM (La Mera Mera 1050 AM) in Washington, DC, have picked up the show.
Tejano Nation host John Henry Medina (Romeo) commented, “With the unprecedented rise in Google trends for Tejano music since the release of the Selena Netflix series, the time is now to take advantage of all the hype surrounding Tejano music and culture.”
The show originates from the Tejano Music Capital of the World, San Antonio, Texas. Tejano Nation is a high energy show featuring the most recognized mix show DJ in the genre: Jammin’ J Javi. The content is curated to engage the highly sought after young Hispanic radio listeners, who live and speak in both Spanish and English, with artists ranging from Michael Salgado, Stefani Montiel, Siggno, Elida Y Avante, AJ Castillo, Intocable, and more.
Tejano Nation is currently airing in all the major markets in Texas, incluidng La Caliente 105.3/102.5 Houston, TX, KSAB Tejano 99.9 FM Corpus Christi, TX, KLMO 98.9 FM San Antonio, TX, Magic 106.5 FM Lubbock, TX, Super Tejano 102.1 in McAllen-Brownsville, TX, La Voz 93.3 FM in Abilene, TX, and many more. The show has expanded to other states including Tejano 1600 Tucson, AZ, La Perrona 99.1 FM Twin Falls, Idaho; Pacer 107.1 FM Salt Lake City, Utah, La Raza 93.9 FM Carlsbad, NM, and now Louisiana and the District of Columbia. See the full list of Tejano Nation radio affiliates and showtimes at TejanoNation.net.
“The Tejano industry has seen a lot of growth in the last couple of years, and that’s been exciting to watch, not only in Texas but across many regions of the U.S.,” said Pete Garcia, President of La Voz 93.3 in Abilene, Texas. “We love Tejano Nation because it provides the latest in Tejano news and exclusive artist interviews while featuring new Tejano music and mixing up the biggest hits from back in the day!”
For info on Tejano Nation and other HRN programs and services, reach out to Clark Logan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HRN Media Network is the largest independent Hispanic Audio Network in the U.S. with nearly 300 radio affiliates covering 95% of the country, nationally syndicated personalities, access to over a 1,000 digital publishers, audio streams and podcasts.
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