DALLAS–(HISPANIC PR WIRE – BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan. 15, 2003–Hispanic Broadcasting Corporation (the “Company”) (NYSE:HSP) today announced the January 18th launch of “Tu Dinero Con Julie Stav,” a one-hour, financial advice program hosted by best-selling author Julie Stav. Stav will now be heard on HBC Spanish-language radio stations in 10 markets: Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Chicago, Houston, San Antonio, McAllen, Dallas, El Paso and Las Vegas. Julie will also be featured in “financial minutes” that will air on all 62 HBC radio stations in 15 of the top U.S. Hispanic markets. “Tu Dinero con Julie Stav” will also feature interviews with prominent Latino leaders sharing their stories on how to accomplish success in both business and life. The impressive list of upcoming invited guests includes former HUD Secretary Henry Cisneros.
“Once and for all, I am going to take our Hispanic community by the hand, helping them take the step to achieving the great American Dream,” stated Julie Stav. “I am proud to join the HBC family,” added Stav.
Julie Stav has authored a #1 best-selling book entitled “Get Your Share,” which was released in April of 2000 and a New York Times Business Bestseller, released in November of 2001 entitled “Fund Your Future.” “I am certain that Hispanics across the country will value listening to Julie Stav’s financial advice as they enjoy her magnetic charisma,” commented McHenry Tichenor, Jr., President and CEO of Hispanic Broadcasting Corporation. “We are very excited to welcome Julie to HBC,” added Tichenor.
Stav, a Cuban-American raised in Los Angeles, has also appeared on hundreds of Television and Radio interviews including her own PBS specials that have received wide acclaim and millions of followers, a regular appearance on Barbara Walters’ “The View” on ABC, CNN, “Men Are from Mars,” “Despierta America,” “Esta Manana,” “America en Vivo” and “Padre Alberto” and receives daily requests for additional interviews and appearances.
Hispanic Broadcasting Corporation, the largest Spanish-language radio broadcaster in the United States, currently owns or operates 62 radio stations in fifteen of the top twenty Hispanic markets. The Company also owns and operates a network of Hispanic community-focused bilingual web sites found at http://www.netmio.com.
Hispanic Broadcasting Corporation, Dallas
Jorge Plasencia, 305/569-3130
Traci Dorman, 214/525-7715