Univision Launches ‘Latino Mix’ Radio Station in San Antonio


“Latino Mix,” a radio station playing a “blend of today’s Top 40 and Latin Rhythmic hits” has debuted in San Antonio.

Univision flipped its KMYO 95.1 — which since 2014 had been known as Yo! 95.1, an old school hip-hop station — to an English-language station “specifically designed for Latino San Antonians.” The station changed over to the new format and name on April 19.

The station will feature both English and Spanish-language music, ranging from hits by Ed Sheeran and Bruno Mars, to the latest from Latin stars J Balvin, Nicky Jam, Enrique Iglesias and Daddy Yankee.

“Latino Mix 95.1 FM looks to draw a bridge between the many cultures, generations and musical styles that are characteristic of San Antonio,” Chris Morris, vice president and general manager, Univision San Antonio said in a Univision announcement. “Blending English and Spanish organically and merging musical favorites is a reflection of what makes San Antonio so unique.”

“Latino Mix”, una estación de radio jugando una “mezcla de Top 40 y golpes rítmicos latinos de hoy” ha debutado en San Antonio.

Univision había volteado su 95.1 KMYO–que desde 2014 como Yo! 95.1, una vieja escuela hip-hop estación–una estación de inglés “diseñada específicamente para gente de San Antonio Latino.” La estación cambió encima al nuevo formato y nombre el 19 de abril.

La estación contará con música tanto en inglés como en español, que van desde golpes por Ed Sheeran y Bruno Mars, hasta lo último de Latino stars J Balvin, Nicky Jam, Enrique Iglesias y Daddy Yankee.