November 6, 2012

Spanish Broadcasting System Radio Stations Provide Full Coverage of Presidential Election

Providing the Most Comprehensive Radio Coverage for Spanish Speakers in Miami and South Florida

Radio stations owned by Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc. in southern Florida, DJ106.7FM, El Zol 95.7FM, Z92.3FM and Cima 106.3FM Tuesday November 6, join the community of South Florida, from most important polling of our cities, where the Americans will come to choose the next president and vice president of the United States.

Coverage is led by the personalities of SBS Radio Miami: KMarie, Vic Mendez, Lady Gigi, "Jammin 'Johnny Caride," The Kitten "Betzy Vázquez, Luis Perozo, Laura Garcia, Ariel Ramirez, Albertico Rodriguez, Barbie Garcia Andy and Vera, who are reporting from the electoral center and in contact with the community about what is happening in this important day.

This year, elections were important globally with many of the topics of debate focused on foreign policy. Therefore, SBS Miami Radio personalities has reported from different parts of South Florida to determine how we see the election and the impact of it.

"We are very excited to be part of this great moment in the history of the United States. Our unique programming, our personalities, and the mass distribution of this hearing will cover the largest and most comprehensive Spanish-speaking southern Florida. SBS Radio Miami will use the resources of our divisions MegaTV and www.lamusica.com and take advantage of the virtual aspect of these elections, "said Jesus Salas Executive Vice President of Programming of SBS.

Before the end of the race, stations SBS Radio Miami, will discuss the issues that are relevant to this year's presidential elections with testimonies of the realities of Latino voters in the United States.

Do not forget to tune into your favorite stations SBS Radio Miami, DJ106.7FM, El Zol 95.7FM, Cima 106.3FM Z92.3FM and to be aware of the latest information from the electoral contend in South Florida.

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