We first heard about Cabby Tuesdays from DJ Primetime's underground pirate radio show on 89.1 FM The Streets. He was broadcasting live from the Dixie Lounge, where every week local up-and-comers throw down rap karaokes and original music for prizes like a 15-minute showcase set. Between hosts ... More >>
Photo by J Wilson AraujoDJs Sire Esq. and Maneuvers.The Sunday Coolout is a weekly radio show hosted by local DJs Sire Esq. and Maneuvers, who you may know from their Champion Sound party.Ostensibly a jazz show, the Coolout actually offers a rich variety of contemporary music and special guest DJ ... More >>
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A new generation of Latino artists transforms Miami's longest-running block party
Radio man and author gives a shout-out to the classics
With four professional teams in South Florida, sports radio should be big business
Miami is about to find out if it can support its first Haitian-owned radio station
Noncommercial pirate radio
Miami's "Buenos Dias, America" crew
Miami's newest addition to the radio dial
Joe Celestin might have lost his bid to become mayor of North Miami, but his campaign united South Florida's Haitians like nothing before
Maria Staub is determined to make Teen Live Wire a hit radio show -- even if it destroys her family
This summer the FCC pulled the plug on the county's most innovative radio stations. Some are already back on the air.
Welcome to the new Radio Marti, dragged into the swirl of local exile politics, more quarrelsome than ever, and growing increasingly irrelevant
Despite being in one of the largest media markets in the nation, Miami's public radio station barely registers with local listeners
Tenacious Cuban journalists Olance Nogueras and Lazaro Lazo were strangers in their homeland. Now they are strangers in ours.
Haitian radio host Marcus Garcia's work in Miami is done. It's time for him to go home.
Wanna get in touch with South Florida's rage? Read through the complaint letters to local radio stations.
Impoverished and imperiled, Cuba's independent journalists stubbornly cling to the notion of a free press
Radio journalist Emilio Milian's persistent denunciations of Miami's exile terrorists almost cost him his life in 1976. Now he's fighting for his career.
A trio of exile groups mounts a new challenge to monopoly control of local Spanish-language radio
Can a hayseed weekly variety show really save WLRN-FM?
Judge Lance Ito mugs for Channel 7
A dedicated group of Latin Americans breaks the sound barrier with rock en espanol
Dub architect, crossover dreamer, music exec, and all-around nice guy, Mikey Dread has kept the reggae fires burning for almost twenty years
Unsigned bands keep their local connections even as they spread their commercial wings
In the turbulent and often virulent world of Spanish-language radio, two things are certain: Fidel will be the debate, and Tomas Garcia Fuste will prevail
WVUM's signal boost is pumping up the power of Miami's finest college radio station -- and the internal complaints are getting louder along with it
Miami just can't afford to support one of its finest cultural resources
Turn to 88.3 on your FM dial, where a pirate radio station is flying the Jolly Roger on Miami's broadcast seas and making plenty of waves
When an unsuspecting Colorado congressman tries to cut funding to Radio and TV Martí, the freshman lawmaker gives a taste of exile politics, Miami-style
Rejecting young talent in favor of dinosaurs with proven track records, classic rock radio rakes in the ratings and the cash A along with a severe case of geezer burn
There's nothing but love and glory between Saigon Kick and their hometown. Yeah, right.
How did two Miami radio stations end up broadcasting Radio Marti programs to listeners in Cuba? Hint: It's curious, but it's classified.
WMBM makes a play for the Haitian audience, widening the rift between American blacks and the residents of Little Haiti
Miami could take a rock lesson or two