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    Jorge Bernal, Tu Mañana LiveWith more than 15 years in television, Jorge Bernal is currently the entertainment anchor and news technologist for Al Rojo Vivo con María Celeste. He has also hosted numerous Red Carpet ceremonies including the Billboard Latin Music Awards and boasts a high following on social media

  • Monserrat Medina

    Monse Medina, Tu Mañana LiveBorn and raised in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Monserrat moved to California at the age of sixteen to pursue a career in the world of entertainment. Monse later moved back to her hometown of Tegucigalpa to work as a producer and host for the nationally-acclaimed talk show Entre Mujeres and the signing competition, Escalera al Triunfo. She now brings her talents to Miami for launch of National Latino Broadcasting as a host and producer for En Vivo.

  • Carlos “Cafa” Rodriguez

    Carlos “Cafa” Rodriguez, Tu Mañana LiveCarlos Rodriguez known as “Cafa” acquired experience as a sports anchor both in radio and television in his native Cuba. He provides listeners of Tu Manana Live with his sports segment titled El Despelote and offbeat commentary.

  • Andrea Briceno

    Andrea Briceno, En Vivo con Andrea BricenoAndrea began her career interning at some of Miami's most prestigious stations, including Y-100, Mega 94.9, and 105.3 FM. Soon after, Andrea joined Univision Radio and produced a variety of shows, most notably Doctora Isabel - El Angel De La Radio, the number one Hispanic psychology program in the country. This Latina plays you nothing but the hits, all the while putting a smile on your face and dishing out gossip.

  • Kike Posada

    Kike Posada, Latin GRAMMY En VivoColombian transplant Kike Posada has been in the entertainment and media realms, keeping his eye on the Latin music and his finger on the pulse of what's hot. His Latin rock radio show and magazine, BOOM, pioneered the movement in Miami. Posada has been hosting the Latin GRAMMY live pre-telecast and green carpet for the awards show since 2009 and has been producing content ever since for their website. Posada is now hosting the first ever radio show for the Latin Recording Academy, Latin GRAMMY En Vivo.

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    DJ Nino, The Mash UpDJ Nino’s style set the trend for the South Beach nightlife circuit. He has served as the official DJ for Univision TV’s Caliente and was DJ and announcer for Premios Juventud: Noche de Estrellas. He has played in destinations such as Monaco and Ibiza, and collaborated with major brands like the NBA.

  • Irasema Torres

    Irasema Torres, Concierto En VivoIrasema Torres began her career as a production intern for Clear Channel and continued to gain TV production experience while working for DLA, a Latin American production company. Irasema later returned to the radio industry as an Assistant Producer for Univision Radio. Every night she brings you the best seat in the house with Concierto En Vivo.

  • Armando Perez

    Armando Perez, Club En VivoHis love for dance music and radio led him to a career in the music industry. With over 20 years of experience Armando has captured audiences of all kind and won many competitions in his well-established DJ career. He now brings his expertise to Club En Vivo.

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    Omer Pardillo-Cid, ¡Azúcar! Celebrando El Legado de Celia CruzBeginning his career in 1992 in the Media Relations department at RMM Records in New York, Omer later segued to become the exclusive manager for legendary Celia Cruz in 1998. In 2002, he also founded The Celia Cruz Foundation, an organization providing scholarships for children.

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    Tomas Cookman, LAMC Mix TapeTomas Cookman is the president/owner of Cookman International, a company that specializes in expanding the reach of Latin music and culture. The New York-born and now Los Angeles-based entrepreneur first established himself as an artist manager, and is the head of Nacional Records.