Radio Station Information
City of License:
Board Of Education Of The City Of Albuquerque, Nm
KANW is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 89.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Albuquerque, NM and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts Public Radio programming.
Station Coverage Map
Nearby Radio Stations94 Rock, 99.5 Magic FM, 96.3 Nash Icon, Big I 107.9, Community Radio 89.9, 93.3 KOB FM, M88, 103.3 eD-FM, K-Love 90.7, KFLQ 91.5 FM
Listener Comments and Reviews
Would like information on advertising; rates, how often will it air, etc. Could I have a phone number? Thank You
By: Denise Perez on June 2, 2014
We would love to be guests on a radio program, we have a very innovative building product and have been guests on several radio and television shows. It is exciting, original and helps a lot of your radio listeners with problems they may have with decayed wood on their homes. Our invention is creating a lot of buzz and helping so many home and business owners. You can call me for more information at 505-278-0464 also check out our website ConcreteVigas.com, you can listen to our other radio and TV spots and see that we have something interesting and unique that you can share with your fans. I look forward to hearing from you. Kellie Shelto
By: Kellie Shelton on October 22, 2014
The Los Lunas Area Relay For Life committee is getting going on our 2015 event which I scheduled for Friday, June 26th through the morning of Saturday, June 27th.
Our kick-off will be held in the parking lot of Los Lunas Middle School on March 7th from 9 AM-2 PM. We are looking for local radio stations to partner with us to help get the word out about what we do and encourage participation through PSAs pre-kick off and a live broadcast at our kick-off.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Thanks for your commitment to Relay For Life,
Karin Trujillo, Los Lunas Area Relay For Life
New Mexico Council Chair 2014
NM District II ACS CAN Ambassador
869-0428 or 379-7846
YOUR NM Relay For Life FB page: www.facebook.com/NMRelayForLifeCouncil
Los Lunas Area Relay For Life FB page: www.facebook.com/LLAreaRelayForLife
Celebrate those winning their battle against cancer, Remember those who lost their battle, & Fight Back so no one else will have to hear the dreaded words..."you have cancer!"
By: Karin Trujillo on February 13, 2015
Most of the time, when I log onto your two stations, they are played Hispanic music. Not interested. Are you being Pirated? From the East side of Abq, to the Estancia valley, I get nothing but.
By: Julia Wood on August 7, 2016
Comment: I have a huge event coming up February 3rd! Hoping to pack out our event enter. Its holds 1200.
It's a hip hop, spoken word encounter entitled "Breaking Down The Walls" the spoken word encounter
It's completely free to get in, food and merchandise will be up for sale.
Address is 1016 Rosarita Rd RR NM
Doors open at 6:30pm. I have fliers/posters and promo videos I can send to you guys as well!
By: Jose Duran on January 7, 2017
I would like to get a public service announcement done.
Albuquerque – The Optimist Club of Albuquerque is encouraging area students to contemplate the phrase “Chasing Optimism in the Face of Challenges” as part of the Optimist International Essay Contest for 2017.
The Optimist Club will judge the local students’ essays, based on the theme of “Chasing Optimism in the Face of Challenges” and determine the top winners. Winners will receive AWARDS and the winning essays will be sent to the district level where college scholarships are available for top winners.
I have a PSA letter with all the details, just need an address.
By: Fred Trussell on September 22, 2017
For Immediate Release Press Contact
Event Date: Wednesday March 13, 2019 Sarah Beasley 505-205-0078
Kathi Vance 505-435-3222
MARCH IS BRAIN INJURY AWARENESS MONTH: 5.3 Million Americans Are Living with Brain Injury
Every nine seconds, someone in the United States sustains a brain injury. Estimates indicate that 5.3
million Americans live with brain injury-related disabilities at a cost exceeding $82 billion annually.
“People living with brain injuries want the same things we all want – a good job, someone to love, a comfortable home, and fun in their lives,” commented Susan H. Connors, President and CEO of the Brain Injury Association of America. “They want to be defined by who they are as people, not by their injuries.”
The #ABQBrainFreeze campaign provides a platform for changing common misconceptions about the injury as well as raising monies to educate the public on the incidence of brain injury and the needs of individuals who are injured and their families.
When: Wednesday March 13, 2019,
Noon to 7PM
Where: The Brew Coffee House, 311 Gold Ave SW, Albuquerque, NM 87120
ON A PERSONAL NOTE:
On December 23, 2017, my husband was struck by a driver who was under the influence.
As a result, he is now living with a Brain Injury. In that split second, his life – our lives - have been changed forever.
Our family has learned a lot in the last 14 months. We’ve learned to never take a moment for granted; we’ve become strong advocates for warning individuals not to drive drunk / drugged / or buzzed, and we take every opportunity to educate and fight for individuals affected by both Driving Under the Influence and the devastating after effects of living with a Brain Injury.
#ABQBrainFreeze is our way of giving back. The proceeds from this event will help others living with Brain Injuries as well as their caregivers. We certainly can’t change the world, but if we can prevent a single DUI accident, or teach one person about the challenges the Survivors and their families face on a daily basis, then it’s a “win” in our book. It’s become our mission to “Change Your Mind” about Brain Injuries,
It starts with one.
By: Sarah Beasley on March 8, 2019
Love the Saturday spot from 2:00PM UNTIL 3:00PM.
Maria Ellen Ipiotis, is just amazing, her content, her voice, her pure heart, is heard through her message, and voice.
By: Carlos Padilla McMahon on April 13, 2019
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