DC's Progressive Radio Station Adopts Latin Format Many alternative rock fans were surprised when radio station WHFS in Washington, D.C., changed format. Infinity Broadcasting, a division of Viacom, together with the Spanish Broadcasting System, determined there was more money to be made in appealing to Hispanic listeners. Hear NPR's Neda Ulaby.
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DC's Progressive Radio Station Adopts Latin Format

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DC's Progressive Radio Station Adopts Latin Format

DC's Progressive Radio Station Adopts Latin Format

DC's Progressive Radio Station Adopts Latin Format

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Many alternative rock fans were surprised when radio station WHFS in Washington, D.C., changed format. Infinity Broadcasting, a division of Viacom, together with the Spanish Broadcasting System, determined there was more money to be made in appealing to Hispanic listeners. Hear NPR's Neda Ulaby.