Following an expansion into the New York City market, the Alex Lucas Show has now entered three more markets -- San Antonio, Tulsa and Corpus Christi.
The radio show starring Hispanic radio personality Alex 'El Genio' Lucas is produced by AL & CM Broadcasting, a leading Hispanic Radio Network of U.S. Hispanic stations.
"I am excited and happy to be entering these markets, and talk to Hispanics across Texas and in Oklahoma, too," Lucas said in a statement. "Clear Channel is known as an excellent radio group with management that really cares about its listeners. I feel that this is why they picked up my show, because I resonate with the listeners, and always try my best to stay in touch with my Hispanic roots."
"El Genio" has won multiple awards throughout his career, including "El Micrófono de Oro," "Máximo Orgullo Hispano," "Program Director of the Year," and "On Air Personality of the Year!"
"I am glad to be able to serve the Hispanics of San Antonio, Tulsa, and Corpus Christi with this show that has something for everyone: laughter, fun, and the best Regional Mexican music in the country today," Lucas said. "It is very fulfilling to be able to work in such an exciting industry."
The Alex Lucas Show can now be heard on Clear Channel stations including KQXT105.7 FM "La Preciosa," in San Antonio, Texas; KIZS 101.5 FM "La Preciosa," in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and on KUNO 1400 AM "La Tremenda" in Corpus Christi, Texas.
"We are very pleased to work out this deal with Clear Channel on two of the best brands in Spanish broadcasting today, 'La Preciosa' and 'La Tremenda,'" Carlos Moncada, CEO for AL & CM Broadcasting, said in a statement. "AL & CM Broadcasting strives to be the best in the business, and we are delighted that Clear Channel has joined our broadcasting affiliate family. They are excellent operators, and have experienced a great deal of success in Spanish radio broadcasting."
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