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Nueva Network Renews Syndicated ''Chiquibaby Show''


Nueva Network
Nueva Network

Nueva Network renews its affiliation and sales agreement with the "Chiquibaby Show." The syndicated show airs in over 100 U.S. Spanish Language stations across the U.S. A six-time Emmy Award winner for outstanding work in radio and television, TV and radio personality Stephanie Himonidis, also known as "Chiquibaby," is one of the most recognized communicators and media influencers in the U.S. Hispanic market and Mexico.

Himonidis aka "Chiquibaby" is the host and executive producer of her program and podcast. She also hosts "Sientese Quien Pueda," a celebrity entertainment news show that airs Monday through Friday at 3pm ET on Univision Network. On February 1, Chiquibaby launched her much-anticipated YouTube show "Ada y Chiqui De Show" alongside her dear friend Adamari Lopez. New episodes drop every Thursday.

"I am excited and honored to continue to work with the most talented sales organization in the radio industry," says Himonidis. "I'm grateful for the opportunity of doing what I love every day alongside amazing people and thrilled for this next chapter."

Mexican by birth but with Greek roots, Himonidis is a bilingual personality and social media influencer with over two million followers and is a "Brand Ambassador'' for various Fortune 500 companies.

"We are excited to extend our partnership with Stephanie and the 'Chiquibaby Show' and continue to bring our brands this one-of-a-kind content that provides a top Hispanic female talent such as Stephanie as the number one network show led by a Latina regardless of format or language," said Nueva Network CEO/CRO Jose Villafane. "Chiquibaby Show" airs Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. across the Nueva Network on-air radio stations.

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