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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Time is now for sustainable motor racing, and for women, says ‘female Elon Musk’

Time is now for sustainable motor racing, and for women, says ‘female Elon Musk’

Motorsport and sustainability are finally on converging paths, says the woman dubbed the “female Elon Musk.” As the MotoE World Cup prepares for its sophomore season, Livia Cevolini, CEO of the series’ motorcycle manufacturer Energica, believes technology and shifting public opinion mean zero emissions racing is ready to go mainstream. “Finally, we’re able to commit…

La Liga rethinks stance over apparent racist gesture by Real Mallorca coach

La Liga rethinks stance over apparent racist gesture by Real Mallorca coach

La Liga has clarified its stance on an alleged racist incident in a Spanish top tier football match following a public backlash. Midway through the second half of the match between Espanyol and Mallorca earlier, the fitness coach of the Balearic island team — Dani Pastor — was caught on camera pulling his eyes back…

Porto forward Moussa Marega walks off pitch after suffering racist abuse

Porto forward Moussa Marega walks off pitch after suffering racist abuse

Porto striker Moussa Marega walked off the pitch during a match against Vitoria de Guimaraes Sunday after he was subjected to racist abuse from opposition fans. The 28-year-old pushed away teammates, who were trying to calm Marega down, as he tried to leave the game in Portugal’s top-flight, just nine minutes after he scored what…

Tokyo Marathon restricted to elite athletes over coronavirus fears

Tokyo Marathon restricted to elite athletes over coronavirus fears

Next month’s Tokyo Marathon has been restricted to elite athletes only following the novel coronavirus outbreak, organizers said Monday. Scheduled to take place on March 1, it is one of the biggest marathon events in the world. Over 37,000 people took to the start line of last year’s event. But after a number of cases…

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