Sports Content: Fox Deportes partners with Stardome for Hispanic Radio Syndication

FOX Deportes  announced a new strategic partnership with radio broadcaster Stardome Radio Networks, providing Latino sports fans with more ways to stay up to date with the latest in sports. As of early February, content from “Central Fox” and “La Última Palabra”, the No. 1 rated sports news and soccer talk shows on FOX Deportes, will be broadcast in the U.S. by Hispanic radio syndication company Stardome Radio Networks  LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Stardome Media Group, a privately held company.

 “This partnership gives FOX Deportes viewers another medium to obtain the latest news and commentary from their favorite shows,” said Vincent Cordero, Executive Vice President and General Manager, FOX Deportes. “Stardome Radio Network has an excellent executive team with deep roots in Hispanic radio, a wide distribution footprint and an incomparable track record that will help us provide superior coverage to Hispanic sports fans.”

 Through this partnership, Stardome Radio Networks will broadcast “Central Fox” and “La Última Palabra” content, commentator segments and promotional network spots on a daily basis. FOX Deportes will also provide daily one to three-minute audio capsules of “Central Fox” and “La Última Palabra” programming that will be syndicated by Stardome Radio Networks, seven days a week.  Stardome Radio Networks will also transmit “Central Fox” branded live segments with FOX Deportes commentators and the latest news in the world of sports Monday through Friday.

 

 

 


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