Texas’s La Invasora 96.7 Adds Spanish Imaging and Production Library
Envision Networks® is proud to announce Alpha Media’s KOYE-FM/Tyler, Texas as the latest affiliate of AudioMonky, the new imaging and production elements library exclusively for Spanish Pop and Regional Mexican radio stations available at AudioMonky.com. With La Invasora 96.7 now utilizing AudioMonky, it joins over 150 affiliates on the Envision Spanish Network.
Available on a barter basis, AudioMonky’s cutting edge and diverse collection of imaging have been crafted to specifically target the Spanish language listener. Affiliates can search the recently revamped AudioMonky.com with ease and speed to customize the sound of their station with pre-produced imaging pieces or mix and match elements to create their own original productions. Updated twice monthly, AudioMonky provides everything needed to image Spanish formats including sweepers, work parts, FX, music beds, artist IDs and movie drops.
Created by a team of radio producers in the US from major markets, AudioMonky provides high quality sound and imaging that cuts through the competition.
Interested stations should visit goenvisionnetworks.com to sign up for a two-week trial. For additional details on AudioMonky, contact Amber Wade at 216-831-3761 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
About Envision Networks®:
Envision Networks® provides content and services to more than 1,500 radio stations and reaches millions of listeners each week. Envision Radio Networks, Inc. is the largest independently owned affiliate relations company in the country and supplies all types of programming and services to radio including morning show content, short-form vignettes, virtual weather-news-traffic broadcasts, live syndicated morning shows, long-form weekend programming, 24/7 formats, comedy services, event programming, off-air tools, web content, album releases and artist specials. Envision Networks® is based in Cleveland, Ohio, with offices in New York City and Nashville.
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