KNML-AM
95.9FM 610AM The Sports Animal  

500 4th St. NW 5th Floor
Albuquerque, NM 87102

Office Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:30pm
Closed major holidays.

(505) 767-6700
Studio: (505) 246-0610
Toll-free: (888) 922-0610
Fax: (505) 767-6711

KNML-AM – Station Profile

STATION: 610 KNML The Sports Animal
WATTS: 5,000
HISTORY: Albuquerque’s All Sports Station
FORMAT: All Sports Talk & Play By Play
PROGRAM DIRECTOR:  Jared Hart
Jared.Hart@cumulus.com

Cumulus – Albuquerque 2019 Annual EEO Public File Report

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Longines Global Champions Tour and GCL returns with exciting new calendar

Longines Global Champions Tour and GCL returns with exciting new calendar

There are now only six weeks to wait until the Longines Global Champions Tour kicks off with a spectacular curtain-raiser in Doha, Qatar. Equestrian’s most prestigious competition returns for 2020 with an 18-stop tour showcasing the very best show jumping talent around the world. The first leg in Doha will take place between March 5-7…

The women bidding to make history at the 24 Hours of Daytona

The women bidding to make history at the 24 Hours of Daytona

She is striving to etch her name in the history books, but equally Katherine Legge hopes to changes perceptions of female race car drivers by winning the Rolex 24 at Daytona this weekend. Legge and her GEAR Racing teammates Christina Nielsen, Rahel Frey and Tatiana Calderon are bidding to become the first all-female line up…

Roger Federer survives huge scare against John Millman in Australian Open epic

Roger Federer survives huge scare against John Millman in Australian Open epic

Roger Federer had to fight off the “demons” to survive a nerve-jangling fifth set match tie break against John Millman in an epic third-round encounter at the Australian Open Friday. The six-time champion battled back from 8-4 down in the final-set super tie break — which goes up to 10 as opposed to seven —…

Tearful Caroline Wozniacki bids goodbye to tennis at Australian Open

Tearful Caroline Wozniacki bids goodbye to tennis at Australian Open

Serena Williams shed a tear following her loss at the Australian Open — not to lament her own performance, but because her close friend had just played her final game of professional tennis. Caroline Wozniacki announced last year that she would end her playing days in Melbourne at the age of 29. The Dane’s 7-5…

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