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Austin adds Spanish-language radio, TV stations.

 

 

We’re pretty happy with the results so far,” said Chase Rupe, vice president of programming and operations for Emmis. “We’ve been the No. 1 Spanish-language station pretty much since we launched. We anticipated the station would do pretty well, but we thought it would take a little while to catch on.”

With two TV stations and a pair of radio stations, Univision is by far the biggest Spanish-language player in Central Texas.

 

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