San Juan Puerto Rico. (March 14, 2018) --- Almost two years after her debut on the radio program "Buenos Días Estereotempo" the talented animator Gil Marie López says goodbye to her listeners and the company Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc. (the " Company "or" SBS ") (OTCQX: SBSAA) after making the difficult decision because of personal commitments.Gil Marie, who will finish his work in Estereotempo this Friday, March 16, expressed his gratitude to the company for trusting his talent. "I am infinitely grateful for the opportunity and confidence that SBS gave me. It was a great experience to work with two great colleagues and the entire SBS family, and it is something that I will always carry in my heart, "said the television animator in Puert
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Frankie the Big Bopper DiesFrankie the Big Bopper Dies - RF Focus has learned that industry radio vet Frankie the Big Bopper has died. The legend has been in radio for more than 40 years. See video and more information about him below. We will keep you posted on services.
Cumulus Media-Charleston is sad to confirm that legendary Charleston radio personality, Frankie Green, known on-air as "Frankie the Big Bopper", passed away this morning. Frankie was a native Charlestonian and a much-loved fixture on the Lowcountry entertainment scene for more than 40 years.