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I love to explore the terrain of meaning to be found in the underground sounds that move the full human system towards an experience of sound as inspiration, collaboration, and evolution == personally and collectively.  I have been a radio DJ...

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For nearly a decade, Katie Stone has been the executive producer of The Children's Hour.  Her goal with The Children's Hour is to bring informative and entertaining radio programming to the KUNM listeners, showcasing local kids and kid-friendly...

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Leroy Montoya is a Native New Mexican and former UNM Student. He started with KUNM nine years ago and spent two engineering various programs before joining the Raices Collective around 2005. His love for good music crosses most all genres. He...

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She started in radio as a film critic on The Women's Show at WMNF in Tampa, FL from 1990 until 1999 when she moved to Santa Fe.  In 2003, she relocated to Albuquerque and  became host of KUNM's Radio Theatre in 2004.  She is also a theatrical...

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Mary has been a member of the KUNM Raices (roots) Colectiva since 2002. She happily hosts a couple of programs a month; Saturday afternoon 2-5PM, occasional Salsa Sabrosa Show Friday nights from 7-10PM and/or the Fri/Sat morning 2-6AM Overnight...

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Mark Weber grew up on the outskirts of the megalopolis Los Angeles and wasn't suppose to listen to jazz.

 During the 50s and 60s there was this giant conspiracy among the music industry to steer all listening toward their product.  The...

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I've been a volunteer DJ at KUNM since 1982, when I did my first overnight Freeform with barely a clue, after having attended the Oliver-Stone-teach-yourself-to-be-a-DJ class. Eventually, I learned the ropes well enough to graduate to Afternoon...

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Freelance Reporter and Contributor to Women's Focus.

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Peter started listening to music at a young age. So young in fact that his parents thought they’d have to have his transistor radio surgically removed from the side of his head so he wouldn’t suffer through ridicule and embarrassment on his...

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