Divine Forces Radio hosted by Fidel Rodriguez
"Divine Forces Radio" can be heard on the strongest station in Southern California
112,000 Watts KPFK (90.7FM) in Los Angeles and KPFK (98.7FM) in Santa Barbara County
early on Friday Nights from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. "Divine Forces Radio" is an innovative,
positive and exciting show, which flawlessly blends hip-hop music, education, in-studio
guests and spirituality within theme-based shows. There is even a "Word of the Week"
where listeners improve their vocabulary and have had a chance to win over 2000 books
in the past four years to promote literacy in Los Angeles.
Brief History: "Seditious Beats" grew dramatically when it first aired on KKBT FM
(92.3 FM "The Beat") where it premiered in February, 1998. The show dramatically increased
its ad revenue and also increased it's listenership by 275%, making it the number one radio
program in Los Angeles in its time slot according to Arbitron. Internationally-known rappers
such as Cypress Hill, 2MEX, El Nuevo Xol, Burning Star, Psycho Realm, and Ozomatli, to name a
few of the Latino-based groups that have participated in promotion and guest of Seditious Beats and
Divine Forces Radio show.
Fidel Rodriguez is host, and producer of "Divine Forces Radio."
He hails from Santa Barbara, CA. and is a 1997 graduate of the University of Southern California
where he was a Mc Nair Scholar with Bachelor degrees in both Chicana/o Studies and
African American Studies. He is joined on-air by DJ extraordinaire Icy Ice and Curse of
the World Famous Beat Junkies, DJ Breeze and Cal Cutterz' DJ Counterstryke.
Future plans for "Divine Forces Radio" includes national and international radio syndication,
increased community outreach, promotion of critically thinking conferences, concerts,
television program, a new website divineforces.org
10 p.m. to 1 a.m. (pst) STATION:KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles (or KPFK 98.7 FM in Santa Barbara). BROADCAST RANGE: All of Southern California, from SD to SB. INTERNET BROADCAST: If you are not in the Southern California area,
you can listen to the show live on the Internet at
http://www.kpfk.org CALL-INS: Call-ins are welcome all night long 818.985.5735.
POCOS PERO LOCOS on Power106 Los Angeles, Ca
It's nothing but two hours of non-stop ground breaking Latin Hip Hop blazing
through your speakers every Sunday night with Latin Hip Hop's biggest stars. Mr.
Shadow, Spanish Fly, Lil Rob, Psycho Realm and Capone-E are just a few of the
Pocos Pero Locos Latin Hip Hop All Stars.
Pocos features a different
guest every Sunday night, and you never know what the artists' might bring with
them. A world premiere? Exclusive info on future releases or tour dates?
Tune in and find out. You may be selected as the "Shot Caller of the
Night", that's your instant request via phone.
For you Internet freaks,
you can get your cyberbang on by way of the web. Give us your personal info,
request and your shout outs. Khool Aid and Johnny Cuervo will personally pick a
"Cyberbanger of the Week", and read it over the air during the show.
you "School Fools" can also call in to represent your school and throw your
shout outs. "The Callbox" allows you to call in live and direct from the
Boulevard and put it down for you city.
Be sure to tune in to Pocos Pero
Locos this and every Sunday from 8 p.m. - 10 p.m. for the ultimate radio experience
brought to you by Khool Aid and Johnny Cuervo. Request Line:866.746.8225
Sexto Sol: 90.1 FM KPFT : Houston, Texas
Sexto Sol is a one-hour weekly radio program on Chicano/Latino culture, music and politics,
and features topics for everyone in Houston and beyond.
Sexto Sol began in 2000 as a two-hour weekly show, 4-6 p.m., Sundays on First Amendment Internet Radio
(formerly Montrose Radio) and reemerged in June 2002 on 90.1 FM KPFT, Houston's Pacifica network affiliate.
It began as a biweekly program and ran for one hour on Tuesdays at midnight. We now go weekly.
We have welcomed a variety of guests on Sexto Sol. Everyone from Chicano civil rights leader Jose Angel Gutierrez
to author Graciela Limón to "the king of Chicano rap" Capone have been on to drop knowledge. We feature
diverse music and topics.
Sexto Sol is a member of the Raza Press Association, whose objective is to advance the struggle for Raza
Self-Determination by promoting and unifying the progressive Raza press/media.
THE RED ZONE 103.1 FM KPFT : Los Angeles, CA
The Red Zone is the first English-voiced, specialty radio show highlighting what has
been dubbed by the industry as "Latin Alternative", or Latino influenced, alternative
based rock, hip-hop, rap, reggae, ska, and electronic music to be aired on a
commercial English Language Station. Recognizing that there is little commercial or public
airplay for this music (on either Spanish or English radio), The Red Zone caters to the vast
potential listening audience that wants to hear this cool, new music, reflecting a
The Red Zone is a two hour show airing Tuesday nights from 10pm-Midnight, on Los
Angeles’ hottest new station Indie 103.1. The show was created and developed by
Chelina Vargas, in collaboration with Tomas Cookman of Cookman International.
The show features music and live interviews from the hottest Latin alternative artists
spanning the globe. The program first aired in 2000 on the now-defunct Y-107, and
joined forces in July 2004 with the progressive-minded Indie 103.1.
The Red Zone is music driven and also includes interviews with such leading artists as
Ozomatli, Molotov, Kinky, Nortec Collective, Aterciopelados, Café Tacuba, Julieta
Venegas, Delinquent Habits, and Ely Guerra.
The show, soon to be airing in other markets, can currently be heard live online at
Help Latino artists get radio air play in your city. Contact the radio station in your
city and request your favorite songs from Latino-based rap groups.