Alpha Media launched Tejano 95.7 FM in the Tejano Music Captial of the World, San Antonio, Texas, on Wednesday (Feb. 23) and announced legendary Tejano radio voices have joined the on-air staff including Jonny Ramirez and Bo Corona.
Tejano music and fans will now have a full market FM signal that will celebrate the music, artists, and culture of Tejanos in a way that is uniquely San Antonio.
“San Antonio has long been known as the Capital of Tejano music and we are proud to bring it back to San Antonio,” said Alfonso Flores, Tejano 95.7 Program Director, in a press release.
Alpha Media re-branded Regional Mexican radio station La Ley 95.7 FM to Tejano on Tuesday at 11 a.m. and quickly went to work adding to bring names and voices that are synonymous with Tejano music and culture in San Antonio. The first to sign on was legendary morning on-air talent Jonny Ramirez, who will helm the Tejano 95.7 morning show weekdays from 6 – 10 a.m.
Ramirez remarked, “Tejano is a part of everything we do in San Antonio and the people deserve to have a strong solid signal with talent that reflects the Tejano community and I am extremely proud to be a part of this.”
Additionally, the all-new Tejano 95.7 FM has signed Tejano fan-favorite Bo Corona to help Tejano music fans get home from 3 – 7 p.m. every weekday.
The station can also be heard online at Tejano957.com or via the Audacy or iHeartRadio apps.
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