August 10, 2021

Audacy Launches Spanish Digital Audio Companion Platform for All News Station 1010 WINS New York

Audacy announced the launch of 1010 WINS Noticias.com, a multiplatform, Spanish digital audio offering for 1010 WINS (WINS-AM), the most listened-to news station in the country.

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1010 WINS Noticias will see the launch of a special website, Audacy.com/1010WINSNoticias. The site will deliver the same energy, resources, and trusted content for news as 1010 WINS, providing original content, audio and video podcasts and a daily newscast for download – all in Spanish. Podcasts at launch include a rare sit-down conversation with Venezuela’s acting president Juan Guaido. To hear the interview, please click here.

“We could not be more excited about this new venture,” said Ben Mevorach, Brand Manager, 1010 WINS. “No news brand is more respected or more New York than 1010 WINS. To be able to now share what we do with the Spanish-speaking news consumer represents an extraordinary opportunity for them, for us, and for advertisers.”

1010 WINS Noticias will also aim to create a unique value proposition for advertisers through multiple opportunities to reach consumers, included co-branded targeted social media posts, mobile app display ads and custom email newsletters, as well as homepage takeovers.

Audacy is the No.1 local news platform in the country, operating more than two dozen news stations across the U.S. Its award-winning news portfolio reaches over 16-million listeners monthly via broadcast, digital and connected devices and delivers the highest weekly reach of all-news listeners in 26 markets nationwide. Audacy’s news brands are honored year after year with major awards from the RTNDA and the NAB.

Presidente interino de Venezuela Juan Guaidó: 'En Cuba hay una dictadura de décadas… vemos el espejo en Venezuela'

Cuba y Venezuela tienen años luchando por recuperar su democracia y para poder entender de qué manera estos gobiernos están entrelazados, conversamos con Juan Guaidó, quien es hoy en día reconocido como el presidente encargado de Venezuela por más de 50 países, entre esos EE.UU.

Cabe destacar que Nicolás Maduro cuenta con el apoyo de la Fuerza Armada Nacional Bolivariana, lo que hace el proceso de transición hacia la democracia mucho más complicado, razón por la cual todavía se mantiene en el poder.

“En los últimos 15 años ha habido grandísimas protestas en Venezuela, lo que vemos hoy en Cuba, lo que vimos en Nicaragua en el 2018 o en otras partes del continente, en Venezuela tenemos 15 años ejerciendo de manera muy clara una alternativa de cambio en nuestro país”, declaró el político.

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