- Liberman Broadcasting has flipped its Latin rhythmic KZZA (Casa 106.7)/Dallas to a Spanish oldies format, "La Bonita." The station was broadcasting grupero, cumbia, banda, ballads and bachata on Tuesday, with no on-air talent. The change marked the latest post-reggaeton, post-PPM setback for the Latin rhythmic format, which has been either dropped by several outlets or seen its playlist go Latin pop-heavy. Univision Radio switched rhythmic KFZO Dallas to regional Mexican earlier this year.

- Miami-based event marketing and production company Granda Entertainment is promoting Miami Beach's first city-supported gay pride celebration. The April 18 event will include a parade down Ocean Drive and a business expo and festival in Lummus Park. The artist lineup includes salsa star La India, pop artist Fanny Lu and dance artist Ceevox, among others. The parade's grand marshal is Patti LaBelle. The long list of sponsors includes Macy's, Belvedere Vodka and Kiehl's. For
more information, visit miamibeachgaypride.com.