Media in Albuquerque, New Mexico

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The following is a list of print media (newspapers and magazines) and broadcast media (radio and television) contained within the greater Albuquerque metropolitan area, and some media in adjacent Santa Fe which also targets Albuquerque.

Newspapers[edit]

Magazines[edit]

  • ABQ Arts & Entertainment: a free monthly magazine covering art, theater, music, dance and film[9]
  • Accent Albuquerque Magazine; defunct [10]
  • Albuquerque the Magazine: a monthly magazine chronicling life in Albuquerque[11]
  • Around 505: celebrates the unique lifestyle in the metropolitan Southwest; covers upcoming performances from ballet to retro rock, home improvement tips, and a product showcase; free on the stands[12]
  • Local Flavor: a free, monthly magazine covering food and wine in northern New Mexico[13]
  • Local iQ: Albuquerque's refined modern lifestyle magazine; contains hyper-local information including 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[14]
  • 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[15]
  • 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[16]
  • Su Casa Magazine: 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.[17]
  • Weekly Alibi: a free, alternative weekly newspaper published in Albuquerque, featuring news, film, music, art, food, entertainment, blogs, personals and event calendars[18]

Television[edit]

Full-powered stations

Callsign Display Ch. Digital Ch. Programming Owner & Additional Notes
KASA 02 27 2.1 Telemundo Ramar Communications; licensed to Santa Fe
KOB 04 26 4.1 NBC, 4.2 This TV, 4.3 Comet Hubbard Broadcasting
KNME 05 35 5.1 PBS, 5.2 PBS Kids, 5.3 FNX UNM/APS
KOAT 07 07 7.1 ABC, 7.2 Estrella TV, 7.3 Justice Network Hearst-Argyle
KNMD 09 08 9.1 PBS World, 9.2 Create UNM; licensed to Santa Fe
KRQE 13 13 13.1 CBS, 13.2 Fox, 13.3 Bounce TV Nexstar Media Group
KTFQ 14 22 14.1 UniMás Entravision
KTEL 15 27 15.1 MeTV Ramar Communications
KWBQ 19 29 19.1 The CW, 19.2 Grit, 19.3 Laff, 19.4 Ion Tamer Media; licensed to Santa Fe
KASA 29 27 29.1 H&I Ramar Communications
KASA 33 27 33.1 Movies! Ramar Communications
KLUZ 41 42 41.1 Univision, 41.2 LATV, 41.3 HSN Entravision
KASY 50 45 50.1 MNTV, 50.2 Escape, 50.3 GetTV, 50.4 Cozi TV Tamer Media

Religious stations

Callsign Display Ch. Digital Ch. Programming Owner
KCHF 11 10 11.1 Various Christian Programs, 11.2 Antenna TV, 11.3 QVC, 11.4 QVC2, 11.5 KDAZ audio Son Broadcasting; licensed to Santa Fe
KNAT 23 24 23.1 TBN, 23.2 Church Channel, 23.3 JCTV, 23.4 TBN Enlace, 23.5 Smile of a Child Trinity Broadcasting
KAZQ 32 17 32.1 Religious Independent, 32.2 Voz y Vision, 32.3 SBN, 32.5 Daystar Alpha-Omega Broadcasting

Low-powered stations

Callsign Display Ch. Digital Ch. Programming Owner
KTEL-CD 15 15 15.3 Telemundo Ramar Communications
KUPT-LD 2/16 16 2.2 TeleXitos, 2.3 Spanish Weather, 16.1 Movies!, 16.2 infomercials, 16.3 H&I Ramar Communications
KYNM-CD 21 21 21.1 Antenna TV, 21.2 The Action Channel, 21.3 Retro TV, 21.4 Rev'n, 21.5 WeatherNation TV, 21.6 LifehacksDRTV Belmax Broadcasting
KTVS-LD 36 36 36.1 Light TV, 36.2 Almavision, 36.3 Light TV Alpha-Omega Broadcasting
KRTN-LD 39 39 39.1 Me-TV, 39.2 Buzzr, 39.3 Jewelry TV, 39.4 infomercials Ramar Communications
KNMQ-LD 43 43 43.1 Antenna TV, 43.3 QVC, 43.4 QVC2, 43.5 KCHF relay, 43.6 KDAZ audio, 43.7 LifehacksDRTV RJ Enterprises

Analog

Local cable channels
Comcast is the main cable television provider in Albuquerque.

Radio[edit]

AM stations[edit]

Station Frequency Format(s)
KNML 610 Sports Talk
KDAZ 730 Religious
KKOB 770 News/Talk
KJFA 840 Regional Mexican
KSVA 920 Christian Talk
KKIM 1000 Christian Talk
KTBL 1050 Talk
KNMM 1150 Local New Mexico-based artists
KXKS 1190 Christian Talk
KDSK 1240 Oldies
KABQ 1350 Talk
KRZY 1450 Spanish Sports Talk
KOAZ 1510 Smooth Jazz
KQNM 1550 Catholic Radio
KIVA 1600 Talk

FM stations[edit]

Station Frequency Format(s)
KLYT 88.3 Christian Rock
KANW 89.1 NPR and PRI, New Mexico music
KUNM 89.9 NPR and college radio
KQLV 90.7 Christian AC
KFLQ 91.5 Christian Radio
KRST 92.3 Country
KKOB 93.3 Current Hit Radio
KZRR 94.1 Rock
KOLZ 95.1 Rhythmic Oldies
KHFM 95.5 Classical
KBZU 96.3 Country Hits
KKSS 97.3 Rhythmic Contemporary
KLVO 97.7 Regional Mexican
KABG 98.5 Classic Hits
KMGA 99.5 Adult Contemporary
KPEK 100.3 Hot AC
KRKE 101.3 Soft AC
KQTM 101.7 Sports Talk
KIOT 102.5 Classic Rock
KDRF 103.3 Adult Hits
KTEG 104.1 Modern Rock
KABQ 104.7 80s Hits
KKRG 105.1 Christmas music
KQRI 105.5 Christian Hits
KRZY 105.9 Latin Adult Hits
KDLW 106.3 Current Hit Radio
KVCN 106.7 Religious
KNKT 107.1 Christian Radio
KBQI 107.9 Country

FM translators[edit]

Translator Frequency Format Parent Station
K220GM 91.9 Religious Talk KEAR
K225CH 92.9 Oldies KDSK
K229CL 93.7 Talk KIVA
K233CG 94.5 News/Talk KKOB (AM)
K240BL 95.9 Sports Talk KNML
K245CD 96.9 Christian/Conservative Talk KDAZ
K251AU 98.1 Classic Country KBQI (HD-2)
K255AU 98.9 Catholic Radio KQNM
K265CA 100.9 Urban Contemporary KZRR (HD-2)
K271CP 102.1 New Mexico music KNMM
K275AO 102.9 Regional Mexican KJFA
K279BP 103.7 Smooth Jazz KOAZ
K298BY 107.5 News/Talk KANW (HD-2)

Low Power FM[edit]

Station Frequency Format(s)
KMGG-LP 99.9 Urban Adult Contemporary
KQUQ-LP 102.1 Community

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