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  • News Director

    In addition to serving as News Director, Anthony anchors KRWG-FM's Morning Edition and KRWG-TV's "In Focus" and "New Mexico Now."

    Anthony is from Kansas City, Missouri. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Pittsburg...

  • KRWG Jazz Host

    Derrick has been studying and playing music since middle school, learning E-flat and B-flat saxophones, piano, drumset and percussion through his studies in high school and later at New Mexico State University, where he also studied music...

  • Operations Manager, KRWG-FM And Anchor, KRWG-TV's Fronteras-A Changing America

    Edmundo Resendez is the Operations Manager for KRWG-FM. He reports and coordinates on-air operations for KRWG-FM and anchors KRWG-TV's Fronteras-A Changing America.  E-mail your story and interview ideas to

  • Host, KRWG-FM's Fiesta! and PUENTES

    Emily Guerra is the host of "Fiesta!", KRWG-FM's bilingual Latin music program, which airs weeknights from 7pm to 9pm.  She also produces PUENTES, a feature that airs during our KRWG-FM newscasts and most Saturdays at 5pm on KRWG-FM's Fronteras...

  • Director of Content

    Fred Martino is Director of Content at KRWG, leading our efforts on radio, television, and right here at www.krwg.org . He also anchors the region's only television...

  • Host, KRWG-FM's Intermezzo

    Leora Zeitlin is one of the hosts of Intermezzo, KRWG-FM's local classical music program, which airs weekdays from 2pm to 4pm.  In addition to showcasing an eclectic selection of music, Intermezzo features interviews with visiting and local...

  • Reporter/Producer

    Simon Thompson was a reporter/producer for KRWG-TV's Newsmakers from 2014 to 2017.  Encores of his work appear from time to time on KRWG-TV's Newsmakers and KRWG-FM's Fronteras-A Changing America.

    Thompson is originally from Australia,...

  • HOST: DRY RIVER BLUES ON FRIDAY & JAZZ ON SATURDAY

    Trevor Hodgkins has been involved in the performing arts for over two decades. He studied theatre at NMSU before moving to California and training at the legendary Groundlings Theatre in Hollywood, as well as CBS Comedy on the Lot in Studio...