Gama covers all the different Spanish language music formats, including modern music, Rock N Español, Pop, Indie , Electronica, Punk, and Electro Pop plus guests inside the music industry, from bands, producers, and DJs, to critics among others.
Diego Ramírez began his carreer in radio on 102.9 Radio Activa in Medellín Colombia, and he also completed studies on Cinematic Appreciation and History of Cinema. Later on, he worked as a reporter for the television program “Te veo Rockeando” for Channel 1 in Colombia.
Later on in 1994, he became the host of the show “Radio Pirata” for La Mega radio station, which is part of the RCN network. At the end of 1994, he was hired by the station Veracruz St 98.9 to be in charge of specialized programs such as “Rock n’ Pop”, “Estación 98” and “Clásico de Clásicos”. He was also involved in the weekly television programs on Teleantioquia channel such as “la Música de Veracruz”, “Super bien” and “La Bodega”.
In the year 2001 he decided to move to Miami and he became the host of the program “Viva Miami Entertainment” which was designed to record the 10 most important songs in Spanish Rock for the LTV Television Network. Later on he would become the official host of the first coast to coast Spanish Rock show in the United States for the Radio Unica network and its show “Rock n’ Unica”.
He was a promoter and DJ in different clubs and bars in Miami, and he also dabbled in the field of sports, being the production assistant of the program “Contacto Deportivo” on the Telefutura network.
He then became part of Univision Radio where he presented a segment on music for the station 1020 in Los Angeles and as producer of the national program “el Handyman en su Casa”.
He was also the host of the national program “Hollywood al Aire” on Univision Radio and then hosted the movies segment for the program “Conexión Thalia”.
Subsequently, together with one of his producers, Christian Arenas, they formed part of the “Onda Sonica” Podcast, a space dedicated to modern sound and the new tendencies of Hispanic Culture.