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YEA Networks Launches ''Tino Cochino Radio''

Tino Cochino
Tino Cochino

YEA Networks launches "Tino Cochino Radio" into national syndication, bringing the burgeoning next-generation audio brand to radio. Tino Cochino and co-host Milli Rodriguez a personality-driven radio show for Rhythmic and CHR stations with a combination of topical and relatable on-air content, original video and social content and a popular podcast. The show debuts on 20 stations in markets including Phoenix, Portland, San Antonio and Albuquerque.

Born and raised in Lubbock, TX, Cochino broke into radio at the age of 13 as an intern. At age 16, he was given his first fulltime on-air shift and worked his way to the #1 night show in his hometown. Nearing his 21st birthday, Cochino took his show to San Antonio, before relocating to Bakersfield, CA and finally, to KKFR-FM (Power 98.3) in Phoenix where he now hosts Tino Cochino Radio weekday mornings from 6-10am. He's also has produced television content for CW.

YEA Networks President/CEO George Laughlin said, "We're excited to bring Tino Cochino Radio to audiences and stations across the U.S. Tino is a brilliant talent who is the next generation in syndication and a great addition to the YEA Networks family. Tino and his team have a powerful chemistry with each other and with their listeners, who become engaged in their lives at all touchpoints - on-air, and via video, social media and a popular podcast."

Cochino added, "This partnership with YEA Networks and TCR is truly special. The success they have generated via The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show and The Bert Show is nothing short of impressive. To know they believe in our brand and what we're creating is a sign, to me, that we're without a doubt moving in the right direction."

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Seth Hughes
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