Yahoo! en Español & Ram Truck Debut First Online Mexican Regional Music Channel
New music website offers Latinos exclusive programming with a mix of music, blogs and video content
Yahoo! en Español and the Ram Truck brand have launched La Banda Ram, the first dedicated Mexican regional music channel. Accessed from on Yahoo! en Español’s omg! site, La Banda Ram offers fans exclusive programming, music news, and lifestyle-relevant Ram Truck brand integration. The site debuts today and can be found at: es-us.omg.yahoo.com/la-banda-ram.
Focused on engaging the U.S. Latino audience with premium content, La Banda Ram connects consumers to an entertaining mix of music, blogs, exclusive photo content, originally produced video programming, and the latest news and updates from established and up-and-coming artists of the Norteño, Banda, Duranguense and Grupero regional music genres.
La Banda Ram is the newest extension of the Ram Truck brand’s most comprehensive Hispanic advertising campaign to date, “A Todo, Con Todo”, which launched in early October. A Todo, Con Todo, “to everything, with everything,” focuses on the important values of hard work, dedication, and commitment to family and community, and captures the consumer mindset and true essence of Ram. Ram will harness the Yahoo! en Español website to define and communicate the Ram brand lifestyle as well as deliver information and messages about its products through a seamless integration into programming that is of interest to Latino music fans.
This launch builds on the successful Ram and Yahoo! collaboration for “Ram Country on Yahoo! Music,” now in its second year. La Banda Ram creates an association between the Ram Truck brand and Mexican regional music in the hearts and minds of Latino consumers, just as Ram Country does with country music fans.
The Ram brand’s A Todo, Con Todo Latino advertising campaign includes television, radio, print, newspaper, and digital media, and features bi-lingual Ram Truck owners providing real-life testimonials. The campaign, running in the 15 top Latino markets was produced in both Spanish and English.