Bobby Lopez

Bobby Lopez has enjoyed a long and productive career as a professional radio, television and Internet voice talent, producer and innovator. He would begin by studying RTF at San Antonio College in the early 70s, acquiring a First-Class Engineering License, and then working as an on-air announcer in San Antonio and beyond.

In his early years in broadcasting, Bobby worked on-the-air at KITE radio, then at KTSA and KTFM, where he stepped into Charlie Brown’s shift and garnered a 21.5 share to become the station’s number one air personality 6 to 10 p.m.

In 1991 Bobby joined KJ-97 as afternoon jock and PSA production director, working his way up to assistant program director and music director. He then moved to KRIO-FM as program and music director, where he received the Billboard-Monitor magazine Program-Music Director of the Year Award in 1994.

Over the next 10 years Bobby put his talents to work as program manager for CMT-Latin America, on-air personality at stations in Houston and in Kerrville, and as one of the first Texas voices hired by the Sirius Satellite Radio Network. From 2004 to 2007, he worked for San Antonio’s Y-100 as producer both for the morning show and for Voice Tracker 7-to-Midnight.

In 1996, Bobby started his own company, Voice-City Entertainment, providing voice-work and production for stations across the country and in Mexico. He also launched the Tejano Classics Radio Show which is nationally-syndicated on over 33 stations in the U.S. and Mexico.

Today, he is the voice of the Tejano Music Awards and the Tejano Music Awards National Radio Show. He has been a producer for the San Antonio Oldies radio show with Henry Peña and the international CD-TEX radio show. Bobby Lopez was inducted into the Tejano Roots Hall of Fame in 2016 and the Texas Radio Hall of Fame in 2017.