Media in Albuquerque, New Mexico is a designated market area (DMA) or media market that includes print media ( newspapers and magazines) and broadcast media ( radio and television) in the greater Albuquerque metropolitan area.
Newspapers [ edit ]
: an independent free new newspaper covering various topics in and around Albuquerque; has no affiliations with any media conglomerates ABQ Free Press 
: local Albuquerque Business First business news, resources and more; printed weekly, daily morning and afternoon digital editions 
: the largest Albuquerque Journal newspaper in New Mexico; contains state and local news 
: defunct The Albuquerque Tribune
: covers animals, pets and animal-lovers; published six times a year; free to every Bosque Beast residence and business in Corrales; delivered free to pickup locations around Albuquerque and Sandoval County 
: CNM Chronicle Central New Mexico Community College's student-run newspaper 
: a tiny newspaper covering some events in Corrales Comment Corrales, New Mexico, with one writer, editor and publisher 
: independent Daily Lobo student newspaper of the University of New Mexico 
: weekly paper serving Belen, Bosque Farms, Los Lunas, Peralta, Rio Communities and all of Valencia County News-Bulletin Valencia County, New Mexico 
Magazines [ edit ]
: a free monthly magazine covering art, theater, music, dance and film ABQ Arts & Entertainment 
Accent Albuquerque Magazine; defunct 
: a monthly Albuquerque the Magazine magazine chronicling life in Albuquerque 
: celebrates the unique lifestyle in the metropolitan Around 505 Southwest; covers upcoming performances from ballet to retro rock, home improvement tips, and a product showcase; free on the stands 
: a free, monthly magazine covering food and wine in northern New Mexico Local Flavor 
: Albuquerque's refined modern lifestyle magazine; contains hyper-local information including Local iQ arts and entertainment, food, wine, music, film, books, theater, travel, comedy, retail and art, among many other topics; printed bi-weekly; free on the stands 
New Mexico Kids!: a free family magazine packed with information for parents, grandparents, educators and young people; includes a comprehensive calendar of events, directories of schools, camps and afterschool activities, regular columns, and feature stories; distributed to more than 300 locations in and around Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Los Alamos; six issues are published each year 
: New Mexico MarketPlace New Mexico's oldest and largest monthly shopper publication; distributed free of charge by direct mail to 175,000 recipient single-family households throughout the Albuquerque metro area 
New Mexico's most trusted Home Building & Remodeling publication is distributed to Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Rio Rancho, Las Cruces, El Paso and surrounding areas. This 26 year old publication features editorial about local builders, remodelers, interior design and decor, landscaping, food and travel. Su Casa Magazine: 
: a free, alternative weekly newspaper published in Albuquerque, featuring Weekly Alibi news, film, music, art, food, entertainment, blogs, personals and event calendars 
Television [ edit ]
Telemundo "Telemundo 2 KASA"
NBC, 4.2 This TV, 4.3 Comet "Eyewitness News 4"
PBS, 5.2 PBS Kids, 5.3 FNX "New Mexico PBS"
ABC, 7.2 Estrella TV, 7.3 Justice Network "Action 7 News"
PBS World, 9.2 Create "New Mexico PBS"
CBS, 13.2 Fox "KRQE News 13"/"Fox New Mexico" (13.2)
UniMás "UniMás Nuevo México"
UniMás owned, Entravision operated
MeTV "MeTV Albuquerque"
The CW, 19.2 Grit, 19.3 Laff, 19.4 Ion "New Mexico's CW"
Univision, 41.2 LATV, 41.3 HSN "Univision Nuevo Mexico"
MNTV, 50.2 Escape, 50.3 GetTV, 50.4 Cozi TV "My50-TV"
11.1 Various Christian Programs, 11.2
Antenna TV, 11.3 QVC, 11.4 QVC+, 11.5 KDAZ audio Son Broadcasting
TBN, 23.2 Church Channel, 23.3 JCTV, 23.4 TBN Enlace, 23.5 Smile of a Child Trinity Broadcasting
32.1 Religious Independent, 32.2 (relays 32.1), 32.3
SBN, 32.5 Daystar Alpha-Omega Broadcasting
Telemundo Ramar Communications
Movies!, 16.2 infomercials, 16.3 H&I Ramar Communications
Antenna TV, 21.2 The Action Channel, 21.3 Retro TV, 21.4 Rev'n, 21.5 WeatherNation TV, 43.7 LifehacksDRTV Belmax Broadcasting
36.1 Religious Independent, 36.2
Almavision, 36.3 blank Alpha-Omega Broadcasting
Me-TV, 39.2 Buzzr, 39.3 Jewelry TV, 39.4 infomercials Ramar Communications
Antenna TV, 43.3 QVC, 43.4 QVC+, 43.5 KCHF relay, 43.6 KDAZ audio, 43.7 LifehacksDRTV RJ Enterprises
Local cable channels
Comcast is the main cable television provider in Albuquerque.
AM stations [ edit ]
FM stations [ edit ]
FM translators [ edit ]
Low Power FM [ edit ]
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