Welcome to KRSN 1490 AM, FM 107.1 Los Alamos' Radio Station

KRSN AM 1490 broadcasts from the Pajarito Plateau reaching Los Alamos, Espanola, Pojoaque , Santa Fe, and the areas in between. Over 250,000 people can hear us. We entertain and inform our listening public through locally produced and syndicated shows. We broadcast national and local news. Local issues are included through features and interviews.


KRSN is dedicated to being involved in the communities we serve. We participate in community events as participants, sponsors, organizers, promoters or broadcasters. We are a proud Diamond level donor for the United Way of Northern New Mexico. We are a Platinum donor for the Los Alamos Summer Concert Series. We are also involved with school organizations, work study programs, field trips, and the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce.


We are the primary sponsor for the Empty Bowls Event held in March for the benefit of Self Help Inc. The 2014 event will be held on Saturday March 15 at the Betty Ehart Senior Center. It includes the opportunity to purchase a hand made or hand painted bowl along with a silent auction of community services and a silent auction of gift baskets.  It includes a lunch with soup donated by local restaurants, bread, desserts, and a drink along with live music from local musicians including the Craig Martin Experience. 



Our D.J.'s

 


David Sutton
, morning show DJ, hockey announcer, owner, producer, engineer, etc. He plays golf, enjoys four wheeling, and helps at a variety of events in town. david@krsnam1490.com

 


Gillian Sutton substitutes everywhere and is the hostess of the News at Noon and All that Jazz.   If Dave is not there, Gillian is. She is on the board of the New Mexico Broadcasters Association, board member of Self Help Inc., a board member of the Los Alamos Retirement Community Board, and a graduate of Leadership Los Alamos. She is the coordinator of the Self Help Inc. Empty Bowls Project, an annual event held in March.

gillian@krsnam1490.com.



Great Reasons to advertise with KRSN AM 1490 and FM 107.1
Over half of the Los Alamos County community listens to us regularly.
Our listening audience includes the areas surrounding Los Alamos, Espanola, Pojoaque, and Santa Fe.
Your advertisement can reach over 200,000 people a day over the tri-county area.

Most of these people are mobile, ready and able to respond to your message. Our listening audience is diverse, well educated, with disposable income. We are dedicated to the success of our clients by getting your message to the audience you want to reach.
Our drive time shows include local news, national news, weather, local sports, community events, and addresses issues concerning the residents of Los Alamos, Santa Fe, and the Espanola Valley. Our community includes everyone who can hear us.

We are also simulcasting our local programming on the web at www.krsnam1490.com so the whole world
can tune in. Our internet numbers indicate over 21,000 people a month listen to our station this way.

Find out how we can help your business thrive. 663-1490, david@krsnam1490.com gillian@krsnam1490.com



Station History

KRSN is the heritage Radio Station for Los Alamos and was born as part of the Manhattan Project in 1945. In the 67 years since its birth KRSN AM 1490 has served the citizens of the Pajarito Plateau and the Northern Rio Grande Valley with a quality radio forum in the tradition of independently owned and operated. KRSN offers web casting and has a Facebook page.

KRSN is owned and operated by David and Gillian Sutton. We have been natives of Los Alamos the majority of our lives. We have three children, Christopher, David, and Michaelle. All have attended Los Alamos Public Schools and participated in local activities. We love living and working here.



Want to get in touch with KRSN?
KRSN AM 1490
3801 Arkansas Suite E
Los Alamos, NM, 87544

Phone: (505) 663-1490 Fax: (505) 663-0011

Email: info@krsnam1490.com
David@krsnam1490.com
Gillian@krsnam1490.com
sales@krsnam1490.com



Thank you for your comments, concerns, and support.
Sincerely,
Dave and Gillian Sutton