Maria Marin Takes a Bite of Big Apple Radio

Maria Marin Takes a Bite of Big Apple Radio

Popular host of ABC Radio Networks En Espanol's 'Tu Vida Es Mi Vida' to hit New York airwaves


Dallas, TX–(HISPANIC PR WIRE – PR NEWSWIRE)–January 18, 2008–ABC Radio Networks En Espanol today announced that Tu Vida Es Mi Vida (Your Life is My Life), hosted by celebrated motivational speaker and writer Maria Marin, will add Spanish Broadcasting Systems’ WPAT-FM 93.1 in New York to its growing list of syndicated affiliates. The show will launch in New York on January 20 and air Sundays from 9-11 p.m. ET.

The Spanish-language radio program got its start in January 2007 at KSSE-FM in Los Angeles and was signed to national syndication by ABC Radio Networks En Espanol two months later. In that brief timeframe, Marin has earned a loyal following among listeners in several top Hispanic markets including Phoenix, Sacramento, Denver and El Paso and boosted KSSE-FM ratings with adults 25-54 in her timeslot by 61 percent. On the show, she addresses issues of personal growth and empowerment for women in the home and workplace while taking calls from listeners on love, life and topics in between.

“Exposing Maria’s brand of energy and positive attitude to the New York market has been a priority for us,” said Darryl Brown, Vice President of Multicultural Programming for ABC Radio Networks. “I’m delighted to have a valued parther like SBS join us in making this happen. Maria will be a strong addition to the fantastic programming lineup Tony Luna and his team at WPAT already have in place.”

Tu Vida Es Mi Vida was inspired by Marin’s nationally syndicated newspaper column “Mujer Sin Limite” (“Women Without Limits”), her popular book, Secrets of a Confident Woman, and the interactions she’s had with her audiences as a motivational speaker.

“I had so many people approach me after our speaking events who wanted to continue the conversation and radio has provided me with the perfect venue to do that,” said Marin. “By sharing from my own life experiences and struggles, I hopefully help listeners get beyond their problems and reach their full potential. I’m thrilled to be able to now share that message with a New York audience as well.”

About Maria Marin

Maria Marin is best known for her popular “Personal Empowerment” and “The Art of Negotiation” seminars she conducts throughout the United States. She is also the author of the self-help book, Secrets of a Confident Woman. Marin’s nationally syndicated newspaper column, “Mujer Sin Limite” (“Women Without Limits”), is published weekly in more than 30 markets in the United States and Puerto Rico including La Opinion (Los Angeles), El Diario La Prensa (New York), El Nuevo Herald (Miami), and El Nuevo Dia (Puerto Rico). Her weekly appearances on Univision’s “Despierta America” have also allowed her to spread her motivational message to millions of television viewers. Marin has also been named “Latina Professional of the Year” (Orange County Latina Business Women Association – 2005) and “Latina Entrepreneur of the Year” (Latin Business Association – 2004). Her radio show, Tu Vida Es Mi Vida, is syndicated by ABC Radio Networks.

About ABC Radio Networks

ABC Radio Networks has 4,400 affiliate radio stations reaching more than 105 million listeners in the 12+ demographic each week. Programs and services include ABC News Radio, Paul Harvey News and Comment, The Sean Hannity Show, The Tom Joyner Morning Show, Big Boy’s Neighborhood, The Doug Banks and DeDe McGuire Show, MoneyTalk with Bob Brinker, The Mark Levin Show, American Country Countdown with Kix Brooks, The Michael Baisden Show and Dick Bartley’s Rock & Roll’s Greatest Hits. Other ABC services include advanced digital media platforms with online interactive advertising, streaming audio and podcasts, ABC Sports Radio, syndicated music and talk programs including Flashback, format-specific ePREP, production libraries, 24-Hour Formats, including Scott Shannon’s True Oldies Channel, ESPN Radio and ABC Radio Networks en Espanol.

SOURCE ABC Radio Networks

Maria Marin Takes a Bite of Big Apple Radio