The University of Guadalajara Centro Universitario de la Costa radio station is happy to announce that ‘The Good Morning Wake Up Show’ hosted by Michael Nolen, just began its 3nd year on the air.
The show is aired from 9:00 to 11:00 every Saturday morning. Listeners can tune in at 104.3 FM or via the Internet at udgtv.com/radio-puerto-vallarta/en-vivo.
Started in August 2015, The Good Morning Wake Up Show is broadcast as part of the University of Guadalajara’s 104.3 FM radio station at the Puerto Vallarta campus. The main purpose of the show is to get the English-speaking community of Puerto Vallarta involved with the activities and events of the university. The show, however, isn’t solely about the university; it is dedicated to all types of events and news in the Banderas Bay area. Michael regularly does updates on weather, safety and entertainment. He gives advice on such things as transferring money to Mexico, to how to take the correct buses around town, where to eat, shop or just have fun. You can also expect great music, exclusive interviews, and Michael himself just loves to talk about what he’s been up to and what’s been on his mind.
Michael summarized: “I just try and inform the English-speaking population on how they can make their lives a little better, a little easier, and how they can get involved with all the great stuff that is going on, as a lot of the people down here are retired and looking for a sense of community. We’re very grateful to the president of the university Marco Antonio Cortez, who has been very generous, not only with his time but also offering us the opportunity to work here at the radio station.”
The Good Morning Wake Up Show is broadcast every Saturday from 9:00-11:00 am. For more information on the show, events and activities you can email Michael at [email protected]
You can also call in and be on the radio show at (322) 226-2200, listen to it live on Saturday mornings at udgtv.com/radio-puerto-vallarta/en-vivo.
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