Hernández will be joining TMA TV beginning next week. She has spent 24 years as a radio host and currently, host shows with Lopez Broadcasting for their Tejano radio stations in San Antonio, Victoria, and Corpus Christi. She also co-hosts the morning show for an internet radio station based in the Rio Grande Valley.
Hernández makes her return to television after hosting Puro Tejano TV from 2013 to 2014.
TMA TV executive producer and host Elicio Leal stated, “Wow! God works in mysterious ways, doesn’t he? If I had to hand pick a talent right for this show from anywhere in the world, Bonnie would be at the top of my list. The fact that she’s Tejana and Proud, has experience, connections, passion, and an enormous fan base makes me wonder if this is real, or if I’m dreaming. Bienvenidos Bonnie. Thank you for being Tejano and Proud and for being ready when called on by your culture to make a difference and contribute!”
“I’m so honored to be given this opportunity to use my gifts and talents God has given me. Radio and TV run through my blood. I was born for it,” said Hernández. “This truly is a dream come true and I am so grateful. I know that God has extraordinary plans for TMA TV and the future for all of us at TMA TV is going to be EPIC.”
Tejano Music Awards TV is a half-hour Tejano culture program focused on the next generation of Tejano music produced by the Texas Talent Musicians Association (TTMA). The show currently airs in six Texas television markets including San Antonio, Corpus Christi, Austin, Lubbock, Laredo, and the Rio Grande Valley. Past episodes of TMA TV can be seen on the program’s YouTube channel. Get more information on Tejano Music Awards TV at tejanomuiscawardstv.com.
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