Pocos Pero Locos Lands
New Time Slot on KPWR
2/1/06 - LatinRapper.com news / Radio Syndicate release
After six years and nearly
40 markets in the making, Radio Syndicate’s nationally
syndicated Latin Hip Hop radio show Pocos Pero Locos receives
a time slot upgrade on homebase radio station Power 106.
The program can now be
heard Sunday nights from 7PM-10PM.
Pero Locos has been an important part of the Power programming
lineup for over 6 years,” says Jimmy Steal, President of
Programming for Emmis Communications. “Its new timeslot will
make it accessible to even a larger audience."
Pocos Pero Locos is hosted by radio personality Khool Aid. The
three-hour weekly program, which airs on nearly 40 stations
nationally features artists like Lil Rob, Spanish Fly, NB
Ridaz and Chingo Bling.
“We’re extremely excited about PPL’s new time slot on Power.
It’s mind -blowing to see a street movement go from an
underground scene, to what has now evolved into a national
radio network,” noted Khool Aid. “Radio will continue to stay
fresh and innovative through programmers like Jimmy Steal,
that have a keen sense for identifying street movements, and
giving them mainstream exposure over the airwaves.”
Radio Syndicate, Inc. is the country’s first radio syndication
company devoted to providing programs that target the 12-34
Hispanic demographic. The company was founded by Edward
“E-Dub” Rios, and is based in Los Angeles.
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