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Enrique Santos Joins La Z 105.3/Atlanta for Morning Drive


Enrique Santos
Enrique Santos

Hispanic radio personality Enrique Santos will anchor mornings on iHeartMedia Regional Mexican WBZY-FM (La Z 105.3)/Atlanta. The Tu Manana con Enrique Santos morning show will air weekdays from 6-10am, beginning October 10. As one of the most popular Hispanic radio hosts in America, Santos has built an enthusiastic following with a comedic repertoire consisting of phone pranks, interviews and a trademark form of fresh and unique interaction amongst celebrities.

"With the increased importance and size of the our U.S. Hispanic audience in Atlanta, both Spanish and English speaking, we're excited to welcome a top-rated on air talent like Enrique Santos in morning drive on 105.3 La Z with Karla, our local talent who will integrate the local happenings in Atlanta with Enrique." said Program Director Orlando Rosa. "Adding Enrique Santos to our already entertaining lineup with his great content, humor and connection with all Hispanics of all countries of origin will put 105.3 La Z in the perfect position for growth and success."

"I'm really excited and looking forward to hosting mornings on La Z," added Santos. "Timing couldn't be any better as we celebrate the station's one-year anniversary. As we head into Fall, things might be cooling off, but I guarantee that Atlanta morning radio will be hot. Our show is compelling, informative, trendy, empowering and funny. It's perfectly mixed with today's most popular Latin music."

Born to Cuban parents in Chicago, Illinois, Santos gravitates fluidly between the Hispanic and mainstream American radio landscapes. His bilingual broadcasts combine humor, social satire and political commentary. Throughout his career, Santos has received numerous awards and accolades for his charity and community efforts including disaster relief in the wake of Hurricanes Katrina and Wilma, the deadly Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004, and the earthquakes in Haiti, Chile, Japan and Mexico. He also volunteered as a Reserve Police officer for The City of Miami Police Department.

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