Univision Names New York Studio to Honor Chief Engineer Richard Ross


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New York - Apr 12, 2013 - Univision Radio has named the WADO studio in New York City the Richard Ross Studio in honor of Chief Engineer Richard Ross. Ross spent a great portion of his career overseeing the engineering of New York's WADO, Radio Mami and X96.3 FM and celebrates his 50th anniversary this year with the company.

"The dedication of the Richard Ross Studio is in honor of someone who has industriously worked his half century career at Univision Radio," said Felix Perez, general manager of Univision Radio New York. "We truly appreciate his hard work in delivering on our commitment to inform, empower, and entertain the New York metro area Hispanic community. We are proud and grateful to count him as a Univision Radio colleague."

Ross added, "I am truly honored and humbled by this studio dedication. Working for a company that exemplifies professionalism and executes such compassion towards the Hispanic community, has been an incredible experience and I look forward to many years to come."




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