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96.3 Newsradio KKOB

Albuquerque, 770 kHz AM
Rating: 2.6 Reviews: 29
KKOB (770 kHz) is a commercial AM radio station, licensed to Albuquerque, New Mexico and owned by Cumulus Media. Its news/talk format is branded as "96.3 Newsradio KKOB", reflecting a simulcast with co-owned KKOB-FM
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On the air 96.3 Newsradio KKOB

Live Verve Bittersweet EDIT - Strauss BACKTIME BED
21:51 APM Music Theme from "Home Improvement"
21:38 APM Music. Red Spyda - Uptown Party
96.3 Newsradio KKOB playlist

TOP songs on 96.3 Newsradio KKOB

APM Music - News Background AAPM Music — I'm a Rover
APM Music - WorldwideAPM Music — Holy
APM Music - Easy Rebel RockAPM Music — Rock a My Soul
APM Music - Slap My SUVAPM Music — My Place
APM Music - Shout It OutAPM Music — Work It
APM Music - Neon LightsAPM Music — Bright Lights
APM Music - Light In The Sky (a)APM Music — Spirit in the Sky
APM Music - Dance Shoe ShuffleAPM Music — Dance of the Lights
APM Music - GrittyAPM Music — Purified
OZZY OSRBOURNE - CRAZY TRAIN - 1980Ozzy Osbourne — Crazy Train

96.3 Newsradio KKOB reviews

  • 3
    24.01.2023
    I enjoy the talk shows, but the news department may be the worst radio news ever. It's certainly the worst since I started to listen to KKOB - about 40 years ago. I'm not sure you could find a worse newscaster than John Summers. This guy can hardly get through a newscast without stumbling and bumbling. Totally embarrassing. But the worst part is he makes no effort to pronounce Spanish surnames correctly. For goodness sake, all he needs to do is ask somebody at the station for a bit of help. Come on John, act like a professional and get it right. However, John does have a DEEP voice! The other folks in the newsroom do an adequate job, especially Haylee Gonzales, who has a very pleasant voice and a nice delivery. By the way John, nobody is going to "stand by" for your next newscast. What an amateurish thing to say.
  • 3
    13.01.2023
    MOST OF THE TALK SHOW PROGRAMS ARE GOOD, BUT THEY DON'T DO ANY FOLLOW UP, THE TALK SHOW HOST PRETTY MUCH DICUSS THEIR OWN SUBJECTS OF INTEREST
  • 1
    12.01.2023
    Wow. Kier Davis. I thought I accidentally landed on the Catholic channel. A bunch of crap.
  • 2
    07.07.2022
    It's called talk radio but no one but the host ever gets to. Bongino runs off too much with a string or litany of anecdotes before he ever gets to the point. Exhausting. As I have lived here since 84 I feel it's time to leave NM. Developers found us. It's over, out and done. MLG has been fathered in since the Conquistadors and now Facsism is rearing its ugly head. Putting tracking on non-electric vehicles?
  • 5
    28.04.2022
    I rarely listen to this station because I don’t have a shovel big enough to handle the BS being spewed by Levine and Bongino. Bongino has a very impressive resume. Why doesn’t he know a lying piece of fecal matter like Donald Trump when he sees one? It’s all about the money, right Dan?
  • 4
    25.02.2022
    I am 80 and grew up way in the country; all the news we knew came on KOB or we didn't know it. Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians and always Chevrolet as a sponsor, and a story for this little kid to wake up to. My father liked The FBI in Peace and War and Dragnet. One Man's Family in the evenings; I sent to Miles Laboratories in Elkhart for the family tree. My grandmother listened to Lorenzo Jones and his Wife Belle, and bought Oxydol. Announcers like Johnny G (John Griswold, later on). We always listened to the Indy 500. My grandfather and I planned to listen all evening to the fight between Floyd Patterson and Ingomar Johanssen, but it was over so fast we sat and played cribbage instead. I was sitting at a light at San Pedro and Lomas in a new Corvair from Ed Black's when I heard on KOB that Kennedy had been shot. The Dukes had Steve Garvey, Davey Lopes, Ron Cey and (I forget the other good player). Mike Roberts forever, I even liked his voice in ads. Always the Lobos, but good under Norm Ellenberger. "Is it messy? Does Baker's make a shampoo?" The Moriarty guy, the engineer turned announcer, Art (I think, started with a "T", any other day I could think of his name). Another Art was Schreiber. Later, Jay Howard (I was in the Jaycees with him when we were younger) and Jim Villanucci. Rush, even with too much oxy and fake hearing, still the best. Loyal advertiser Rich Ford; liked his morning ads, even after they added Moriarty. Dan Bongino is an okay fill-in at the Rush time slot, and the rest of them are okay too, although I don't have a favorite for the long haul yet. I agree that Darren White was a bad fit. Red-Eye Radio and the Great American on the weekend. Still listening, don't get news as well anywhere else but in my car. The name I forgot was Art Tillery.
  • 5
    29.01.2022
    I've been listening to Terri Travis on the Weekend! She is a cheerful addition, and a nice change to Politics with interviews that are interesting and informative.
  • 1
    30.12.2021
    Eric Strauss top notch seems good hearted and proclaims his love of family and god.five stars.not a big radio carney fan on the rest
  • 5
    08.11.2021
    great hosts and good topics.
  • 1
    21.10.2021
    I'm listening to KKOB for this first time in months and I'm hearing soundbites the last 20 minutes. Seriously? This is what this station has sunk to? I couldn't even tell you who I'm listening to because all I'm hearing are "America's Top Sound Bites". Whatever happened to news and traffic on the 7s?

Radio contacts

Address: My Moms, 500 4th St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102
Phone: +(505) 243-3333
Site:
Email: newsroom@newsradiokkob.com
Facebook: @KKOBradio
Twitter: @kkobradio

Time in Albuquerque: 00:18, 01.31.2023

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