Miami Cuban radio icon Ninoska Perez Castellon back on the air at a new station

After leaving Radio Mambí when it was taken over by a Soros-backed leftist group trying to silence conservative radio in Miami, Ninoska Perez Castellon is back on the South Florida airwaves. Ninoska has a new show now on WWFE La Nueva Poderosa,, 670 AM.

Via Riadio Ink:

Broadcaster and activist Ninoska Pérez Castellón is returning to radio in South Florida with a new program on Salem Media’s WWFE (670 AM, La Nueva Poderosa) in Miami.

Castellón’s new show comes after a brief hiatus from radio; she previously worked for more than two decades at WAQI (710 AM) until it changed ownership.

Castellón has worked as an activist seeking freedom and rights in Cuba. She was born in Cuba, then moved to Miami, where she grew up and developed her passion for writing and speaking, Salem Media said in a press release.

“We are extremely happy and honored to have Ninoska Pérez Castellón join Salem Media Miami,” Monica Rabassa, the vice president and general manager at Salem Media Miami, said on Tuesday. “Ninoska’s unrelenting voice in support of freedom and just causes now has a new home at La Nueva Poderosa 670 AM.”

“I am thankful that Salem Media, a powerhouse in conservative thought, has stepped up and given Hispanic conservative voices a home at a time when we have been under attack for the sole purpose of silencing us,” Castellón said. “I am extremely happy to be back on the airwaves connecting with the audience I love.”

Ninoska was one of the last radio personalities to leave Radio Mambí after Univision sold the station to the Latino Media Network, a new media company founded by leftist activists and funded in part by far-left billionaire George Soros. With Hispanics fleeing the Democrat Party in droves, the company bought up several Spanish-language stations in an effort to silence conservative Hispanic voices.