As part of its agreement, Radio Mambí will host a pre-game and post-game show that will provide the most detailed coverage of HEAT basketball in Spanish. In addition, during the regular season, a weekly half-hour talk show is broadcast, as well as other HEAT program and promotion elements on Radio Mambí and the Univisión Radio family. “We are proud to work with a forward-looking global energy company. Total focuses on sustainability and a proven track record in the LNG field, which was clearly an advantage. This agreement aims to provide our customers with ideal bottling sites along strategic routes across the country, and the union will create a powerful first mover advantage in this exciting space in South Africa,” said Stefano Marani, CEO of Renergen. MIAMI — The Miami HEAT announced today that it has reached a multi-year agreement with Miami`s First Class Radio Univisión radio station WAQI Radio Mambí 710 AM to broadcast all regular season heat games in Spanish. In addition, Univisión Radio`s WRTO MIX 98.3 FM will exclusively broadcast all heat playoff games. The radio deal also includes a marketing agreement between heat and the Univisión Radio family in Miami, including Amor 107.5 FM and WQBA 1140AM. The agreement expands the relationship between HEAT and Univisión, since the team`s Spanish-language radio shows have been broadcast over the past eight seasons on WQBA 1140 AM, also a Univisión station. Heat games return to the channel that first brought the team to its Spanish-speaking audience during the franchise`s first two seasons. The games were also broadcast on Radio Mambí during the team`s playoff run in 2006, which led to the HEAT`s first NBA Championship. Radio Mambí will broadcast three of the team`s eight preseason games live from AmericanAirlines Arena (Oct. 18, 20 and 26) and begin regular coverage when the HEAT opens its 25th anniversary season on Oct.
30 at home against the Boston Celtics. We look forward to working with Renergen to continue to make a difference in South Africa,” said Mariam Kane-Garcia, Managing Director of Total South Africa. “We have been working with Univisión Radio for years and are pleased to continue to offer our Spanish-speaking fans the tension of Miami heat basketball,” said Eric Woolworth, president of business operations at HEAT. “We have had a very successful relationship for many years, which deprives both the championships and the many efforts of the community around them, and we look forward to the same in the future.” Emerging national natural gas and helium producer Renergen will market its LNG products through Total`s service stations. Renergen is in the construction phase of the first commercial LNG plant in South Africa and expects the facility to be commissioned around the third quarter of 2021. . . .