Radio Station Information
KKOB 770 AM
Albuquerque's News Radio
City of License:
Cumulus Media (Radio License Holding Cbc, LLC)
KKOB is an AM radio station broadcasting at 770 KHz. The station is licensed to Albuquerque, NM and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts Talk programming and goes by the name "770 KKOB" on the air with the slogan "Albuquerque's News Radio". KKOB is owned by Cumulus Media.
Nearby Radio StationsKDSK Sound Souvenirs 1240 & 92.7, KNMM 1150 AM, Relevant Radio 1550, KKIM 1000 AM, KSVA 920 AM, José 1450, KKNS 1310 AM, KQTM 101.7 FM, AM1350, KFLQ 91.5 FM
Co-Owned Radio Stations in Albuquerque, NM
103.3 eD-FM, 99.5 Magic FM, Sports Animal 610, 93.3 KOB FM, Nash FM 92.3 KRST
Listener Comments and Reviews
We have a newsletter that needs to be released immediately regarding Medicaid Proposal cuts and would like to know who to send it to. Thank you
By: Mary on February 23, 2017
Today the announcement was made that some NM unemployed individuals will be receiving an additional $300/week in unemployment benefits.
It is a fact that NM is going to be providing additional unemployment assistance. Recipients currently receiving at least $100/week from NM will receive an additional $300/week from the federal government. Those of us receiving less than $100/week will not received any additional money, not even a penny.
I've heard that there are at least 2000 NM residents that don't receive $100/week in NM unemployment. None of us will receive this additional money. Nothing!!
Do you have any idea how depressing it is to be left out of this additional money because you receive the
lowest weekly amount from the NM unemployment. It's called letting the poorest of the poor continue to suffer monetarily.
I'm contacted the governor to see if she would help. NO.
I receive $89/week which is not a significant amount plus it runs out soon so I won't be receiving any unemployment benefits.
NM Workforce Solutions and Gov Lujan made a specific decision to ignore us.
At least 4 or 5 other states have given these unemployed individuals an additional amount so they will qualify for Trump's subsidy of $300/week. Why isn't NM? This should be made public.
This is devastating news for those of us who receive so little.
I'd appreciate it if you'd call me, or are least email me, to discuss this problem and, hopefully, make the general NM population aware of this unfairness.
I hope to hear from you soon.
By: Janice K Henfling on September 12, 2020
This radio station maximizes its air time with commercials at the the expense of viable content.
By: Ben on January 26, 2023
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