Félix Malpica Valverde

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Félix Juan Malpica Valverde (born July 1945 in Veracruz, Ver.) was an early Mexican radio personality. His program, Líderes de Opinión (Leaders of Opinion)[1], appeared on several Mexican radio stations, namely:

Malpica who founded Grupo FM[2] with his father Félix Malpica Mimendi in 1970, was one of the first personalities to conduct political interviews on his show on radio and years after on TV. Some politicians interviewed by him included:

Malpica later changed the name of the company to Grupo FM Multimedios and with his brother Francisco created the magazine GB, a monthly publication containing the most important social events of the cities where it circulates, [3] Veracruz, Xalapa, Córdoba, Coatzacoalcos, Villahermosa and Tuxtla Gutierrez. His new magazine Lo que Buscas is another monthly magazine that at no-cost is delivered by hand around the city, that helps people find what they are looking for. The Malpica brothers also have TV programs on cable like: Grupo FM Telenoticias (TV News) in the cities of Veracruz and Boca del Río, GB-TV a weekly program showing the most important social events, Líderes de Opinión in Televisión[4], Super Deportivo (sport TV) and their newest program: Chiqui-Deportivo with the soccer games with the football games that children play in the area.

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