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Luis Enrique, renowned singer, composer and Latin GRAMMY® winner, was recognized for his humanitarian spirit and commitment in helping the children of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital during the fourteenth Promesa y Esperanza (Promise and Hope) Seminar, held in Memphis, Tennessee, on January 22.
More than a dozen Davidson Media Group (DMG) affiliated radio stations in markets throughout the country encouraged Hispanic listeners to join the fight against childhood cancer in an effort to raise funds for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital during their first Promesa y Esperanza (Promise and Hope) radiothon.
Thanks to the generous donations of thousands of Spanish-speaking listeners nationwide, Univision Radio, raised $6.1 million during the Promesa y Esperanza (Promise and Hope) radiothon benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital on February 7 and 8.
Univision Radio, the leading Spanish-language radio broadcaster in the United States, will again join with St. Jude for its national annual Hispanic initiative to raise awareness of the hosptial's life-saving mission.
On February 9 and 10, 2006, Univision Radio, the largest Spanish-language radio broadcaster in the United States, will once again join St. Jude for its national annual Hispanic radiothon.
Spanish-language entertainment industry leaders and top business executives from across the United States came together January 20-22 in Memphis, Tennessee, to celebrate the sixth annual Promesa y Esperanza Hispanic radio training seminar.
On Feb. 11, New York's WADO 1280 AM became the first Promesa y Esperanza radio station to hit the $1 million mark with its radiothon.
New York's WADO 1280 AM will celebrate its fourth Promesa y Esperanza radiothon by broadcasting its radiothon during Univision Radio's AM network programming, which is broadcast in more than 15 Hispanic markets across the United States.
The Hispanic population in the United States has been booming since the 1980s. And with Spanish-format radio rising in popularity, it's proving an important medium for reaching St. Jude supporters.