We brought together the three best Regional Mexican personalities to create "El Bueno, La Mala y El Feo" (The Good, The Bad and The Ugly), a music-intensive radio show with a blend of humor, social sarcasm and exclusive interviews.
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Each cast member possesses a completely different style that represents important demographic groups among Hispanics: the young millennial, the Spanish dominant, and the assimilated, family oriented Latino. Their different backgrounds, format knowledge and experience bring a blend of talent and content to form a winning team.
In only eight months since its launch, “El Bueno, La Mala y El Feo” has reached the #1 spot in Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, San Diego and San Antonio among Hispanics 18-49, and amassed a social media following of 5M fans.
The show airs on weekdays from 5am to10am PST, and provides entertainment, lifestyle and trending topics in a casual, fun and fast paced environment. The cast is ambitious, original and is quickly turning BMF into the #1 Spanish Language morning show in the nation!
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Meet the host
On-Air Talent / Raul Molina "El Bueno"
Raul Molinar started with Univision Radio Dallas in 2011 as part of the KFZO-FM “La Jefa” team. Shortly after, Raul joined the morning show of 94.1 FM “La Que Buena,” while also being featured in the local Univision Dallas morning TV show, “Vive La Mañana” as an entertainment reporter.
Raul fell in love with radio at the age of 14, when he first arrived to the United States from his native Mexico. In 1998, he was given the opportunity to work for a radio station in Odessa, Texas, where he was hired to host the evening shift. With this, he launched a career where he has showcased his talent and expertise on successful radio and TV shows, as well as behind-the-scenes in radio production and programming.
Throughout his career, Raul has been involved in promotional campaigns for national advertisers such as AT&T, Chevrolet, Budweiser and Wendy’s, among others. As part of his service to the community, Raul has been an active supporter of the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital since 1998. He has volunteered as a spokesperson for the organization in Dallas and actively participated in fundraising efforts including Univision Radio’s St. Jude Radio-thon and “Promesa” Seminar in Memphis, TN.
In 2008, Raul was recognized as the West Texas Personality of the Year by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in Odessa-Midland.
Meet the host
On-Air Talent / Sylvia del Valle "La Mala"
Before joining Univision Radio, Sylvia Del Valle starred on the popular MUN2 show "Al Tiro con La Bronca", where she reached TV audiences from coast to coast from 2012 to 2013.
Born in Chihuahua, Mexico, Sylvia arrived in the United States at a young age. Through perseverance and hard work, she was casted for a TV show called "Al Banquillo con Sylvia del Valle" when she was just 17 years old. She was later hired as a traffic reporter for the National radio network Radio Unica, where she also produced the show "El y Ella." In 2000, Sylvia was hired as part of the morning show of Los Angeles “Viva” 107.1 FM, where she enjoyed great popularity.
Sylvia has been active supporter of the Children"s Hospital of Oakland participating in numerous awareness and fundraising campaigns. She has been featured in National Television and Radio campaigns for advertisers such as DirectTV, NASCAR, and Budweiser.
Meet the host
On-Air Talent / Andres Maldonado "El Feo"
Prior to joining “El Bueno, La Mala y el Feo,” Andres was the “El Novelero” for Univision Radio’s KSCA-AM for four years. He became part of KTNQ 1020 AM in Los Angeles, where he shared his microphone with Humberto Luna for two years. Andres then joined Los Angeles’ “La Que Buena” KBUA-AM hosting its midday shift for three years.
Andres started his radio career in Santa Maria, CA, as a client looking to advertise a restaurant he owned in that city. The station’s DJ heard his voice and invited him to join him on-air to tell some jokes. The rest is history… he was hired shortly thereafter, and hooked on radio forever.
Born in Sonora, Mexico, Andres considers himself a Mexican cowboy. His career has taken him to both the AM and FM dials when he has enjoyed great popularity thanks to his talent and sense of humor. He is well known for his cowboy boots and hats (he is the proud owner of more than 200 pairs of exotic cowboy boots!).
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Andres is a great animal lover and has been an active supporter of animal shelters. He has participated in awareness campaigns on behalf of animals and their humane treatment. In addition, Andres is also well known for giving toys to the children who visit his radio activations. It is his way of giving back to the community for all the years he went without toys as a kid.