WYMY La Ley 101.1 FM nominated Station of the Year; Julie Garza nominated Personality of the Year
Monitor Latino Convention announces 2016 award nominations
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA – (September 23, 2016) – Today Monitor Latino Convention announced its 2016 nominations for radio stations and personalities. For the fifth consecutive year WYMY La Ley 101.1 FM is nominated for Station of the Year; La Ley afternoon drive on-air personality and Program Director, Julie Garza, was nominated for Top Personality. La Ley won Station of the Year in 2012; this is Garza’s seventh nomination, winning the award in 2012.
Garza stated, “To be nominated Station of the Year by our industry peers is fantastic recognition for the entire La Ley team. I couldn’t be more proud of the time and effort each puts in. Their dedication to deliver a great product to our listeners is unmatched.” When asked about her own nomination as Personality of the Year, Garza says simply, “It’s truly humbling to be thought of so highly among the people in the industry that I love.”
Monitor Latino hosts a yearly convention and award show to recognize the talent of radio personalities’ and radio stations’ success over the last year. The nominations include stations and personalities in both the United States and in Mexico. This year’s award ceremony will be held October 31st in Mexico City. You can find more information on Monitor Latino at www.monitorlatino.com.
WYMY La Ley 101.1 FM is the largest Spanish-language radio station between Atlanta and New York. For almost 15 years La Ley has provided music, entertainment, news and information to hundreds of thousands of listeners in North Carolina, providing locally programmed content by local on-air personalities, creating a one-to-one relationship with listeners through a one-to-many medium, radio. La Ley is owned and operated by Curtis Media Group, Inc. You can find more information on WYMY La Ley 101.1 FM at www.LaLeyNC.com.
Curtis Media Group, Inc. (CMG) is the largest independently owned radio operator in North Carolina. It owns and operates 25 radio stations in North Carolina as well as three radio networks – North Carolina News Network, Triangle Traffic Network and the Southern Farm Network – and the ACC Sports Journal and ACCSports.com, the destination in print and online for up-to-the-minute recruiting, rumors and news across nine states and all 15 Atlantic Coast Conference schools. CMG was founded in 1968 by Don Curtis who still runs the company today. You can find more information on Curtis Media Group at www.CurtisMedia.com.