Who Are Robles & Rosado?

                           Mike Robles

5editedVoted one of the top Latino Stand-Up comedians in the country, Emmy Award winner Mike Robles is probably best known as the star and creator of Galavision’s hit show Que Locos which featured appearances by George Lopez and Gabriel Iglesias.

Mike has created a loyal following not only in the Hispanic community but his popularity has exploded to mainstream Middle America.  Robles’ comedy and inspirational message has also drawn the attention of globally-renowned spiritual teacher, celebrity, and New York Times Best Selling author, Deepak Chopra, which lead to Mike performing at The World Alliance for a New Humanity Forum in Cost Rica.

“Laughter is the best medicine, and Mike Robles is a practitioner I highly recommend. His provocative style — which I was happily subject to, is matched by a soulful touch.”
– Deepak Chopra

Pedro Rafael Rosado 

20140109_150721 copyA long, long time ago in an age before computers ruled the recording studio landscape, Pedro recorded, produced and edited music for various organizations too numerous to mention.  He also ran his own record label and recording facility called White Heron but the age of digital do-it-yourself home studios forced him to re-evaluate his life choices.

To fill the void left by having to leave the music business, Pedro returned to his first love of Journalism (which he’d studied at NYU and the City University of New York) and accepted a position at The New York Times in 1995 as an editor.

While there, Pedro helped put together podcast and radio departments at “The Gray Lady” on two separate occasions and was part of a team that created the award-winning The Daily and Still Processing.  He currently produces the long-running Times hits The Book Review Podcast and Popcast through his boutique multi-platform production company HeadStepper Media.

When he isn’t producing content for others Pedro hosts and produces the iTunes top 10 ranked podcast Pop Tech Jam,  the laugh-out-loud hilarious About Men Radio and the controversial Robles & Rosado. 

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