El Vacilón de la Mañana is New York City's top Spanish language morning radio show. It is broadcast from La Mega (97.9 MHz) and it is syndicated live to a number of different markets in the US such as Providence, Rhode Island; Miami and Orlando, Florida; Atlanta, Georgia; Hartford, Connecticut; and Puerto Rico.The word "vacilón" is not directly translatable into English; it derives from the Spanish verb vacilar (to vacillate), but in colloquial Spanish can also mean to tease or pull one's leg.

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  • El Vacilón de la Mañana is New York City's top Spanish language morning radio show. It is broadcast from La Mega (97.9 MHz) and it is syndicated live to a number of different markets in the US such as Providence, Rhode Island; Miami and Orlando, Florida; Atlanta, Georgia; Hartford, Connecticut; and Puerto Rico.The word "vacilón" is not directly translatable into English; it derives from the Spanish verb vacilar (to vacillate), but in colloquial Spanish can also mean to tease or pull one's leg. Thus, the show's name roughly translates in English to The Morning Tease. (en)
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  • El Vacilón de la Mañana is New York City's top Spanish language morning radio show. It is broadcast from La Mega (97.9 MHz) and it is syndicated live to a number of different markets in the US such as Providence, Rhode Island; Miami and Orlando, Florida; Atlanta, Georgia; Hartford, Connecticut; and Puerto Rico.The word "vacilón" is not directly translatable into English; it derives from the Spanish verb vacilar (to vacillate), but in colloquial Spanish can also mean to tease or pull one's leg. (en)
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  • El Vacilón de la Mañana (en)
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