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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Homegrown trainers enjoy success during Irish Champions Weekend

Homegrown trainers enjoy success during Irish Champions Weekend

Ireland is synonymous with horse racing and the country was able to celebrate its rich history with the world at this weekend’s showpiece event. The Longines Irish Champions Weekend — a two-day racing festival worth $5.3 million in prize money — is co-hosted by the famed Curragh racecourse and nearby Leopardstown. A truly world-class field…

Welsh rugby legend Gareth Thomas reveals he has HIV

Welsh rugby legend Gareth Thomas reveals he has HIV

Former Welsh rugby star Gareth Thomas has revealed he is HIV positive and has vowed to help “break the stigma” surrounding the illness. Thomas is believed to be the first British sportsman to announce that he is living with the virus. He was also the first professional rugby union player to announce that he was…

Tyson Fury defeats unbeaten Otto Wallin in Las Vegas

Tyson Fury defeats unbeaten Otto Wallin in Las Vegas

Tyson Fury took down the undefeated Otto Wallin in their heavyweight boxing fight Saturday night. Fury won the 12-round bout in a unanimous decision, despite suffering a serious cut above his eye early in the fight. With the victory, Fury improves to 29-0-1, including 20 wins by knockout. “It was a great fight … For…

Norwich stuns defending Premier League champion Manchester City

Norwich stuns defending Premier League champion Manchester City

Defending Premier League champion Manchester City was stunned by newly-promoted Norwich, losing 3-2 on a thrilling evening at Carrow Road that the 27,000 spectators in attendance will likely never forget. Two goals in 10 first-half minutes from Kenny McLean and Todd Cantwell gave Norwich a healthy lead inside half an hour, before Sergio Aguero scored…

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