Spanish Broadcasting System’s PRESIDENT & CEO Raúl Alarcón Named One of the “Top 100 Most Influential Hispanics” by PODER Magazine « The Cuban Art Project

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Miami, FL. (December 21st, 2011)— Spanish Broadcasting System Inc., (SBS) (Nasdaq: SBSA) President and CEO Mr. Raúl Alarcón has been recognized by PODER Magazine as a Business Leader in the publication’s annual “Top 100 Most Influential Hispanics” list. The list includes the most notable figures from the political, business, science, education and entertainment sectors.
The December/January 2011 issue of PODER declares that “Mr. Alarcón has become a key player for Latinos in the business arena.”Among the accomplishments mentioned in the report are Mr. Alarcón’s contributions to the Hispanic market in the United States. The charismatic President, CEO, and Chairman of Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc., which owns and operates 21 Spanish-Language radio stations in the top Latin markets in the United States, has continued to expand the company’s reach with the growth of SBS Entertainment and MegaTV. The publication highlights Mr. Alarcón’s strategic vision of integrating radio, television, entertainment and online properties to seek out growth opportunities with a clear eye on capturing the U.S. Hispanic consumer.
The PODER Top 100 Influential Hispanics represent examples of the tremendous world-class talent that has emerged from the Hispanic community to serve in top leadership roles across all parts of America. Those in this year’s list come from almost every sector of society, including business, government and politics, media, sports, entertainment, and non-profits. They reflect the breadth and depth of U.S. Hispanic diversity.
“To be recognized by PODER Magazine is an honor which I would like to share with the millions of Hispanic entrepreneurs in America who are transforming our economy,” says Mr. Alarcón. “I am grateful and proud to represent the interests of the growing Hispanic business community around the nation.”

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