Los Angeles, CA — “Piolín por la Mañana” (“Piolín in the Morning”) on Univision Radio station KSCA “LA Nueva” 101.9FM, has captured the number one position in morning drive radio among all FM station in Los Angeles.
According to the latest Summer Arbitron ratings book, Piolin’s morning show has become the program of choice for Los Angeles listeners, achieving the market’s top spot during the competitive morning hours of 4AM to 10AM.
In just eight months on the air, Eddie Sotelo’s show “Piolín por la Mañana” has climbed to number one among all FM stations overall and KSCA has continued its rise to be among the four top radio stations in the market, English or Spanish.
Eleazar Garcia, Vice President and Operations Manager for Univision Radio in Los Angeles commented, “It is undeniable that with his charming personality and endless creativity, this young Mexican immigrant is enjoying tremendous success with listeners in the United States. Despite the long hours Eddie “Piolín” Sotelo invests on the production of his morning show and his limited free time, he somehow finds time to attend almost all the events his loyal fans invite him to. This could range from a birthday party to a soccer game at the park organized by the parents of the younger group of listeners that he calls ‘Piolitubis’”.
You can listen to “Piolín por la Mañana” from 4AM to 10AM, Monday through Friday and Saturdays from 6AM to 10AM on Univision Radio station KSCA “LA Nueva” 101.9 FM. Currently, Piolin’s show is simulcast in Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Francisco, San José, Salinas, Monterrey, Santa Cruz, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Houston and Dallas.
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