Our partners

Fronteras: The Changing America Desk: A multimedia collaboration of several public-radio stations stretching from Central Texas to Southern California, and from Las Vegas to the Mexican border, Fronteras Desk reaches an audience of about 1 million listeners. In addition to Las Cruces, its stations are based in San Diego, Calif.; Phoenix, Tucson and Flagstaff, Ariz.; Las Vegas, Nev.; and San Antonio, Texas.

Koahnic Broadcast Corporation is a nonprofit media organization that seeks to bring more voices of Native Americans and Alaska Natives to the nation through news and music programming. The KBC headquarters are located in Anchorage, Alaska and two national news programs, Native America Calling and National Native News, are produced each weekday from the Annenburg National Native Voice Studios in Albuquerque. Native America Calling airs on more than 60 public radio, community and tribal radio stations around the country. National Native News can be heard on almost 200 stations. Both programs are distributed and stream live online through Native Voice One.

KRWG Public Media: KRWG Public Media includes KRWG-TV (PBS), the only broadcast television station in Southern New Mexico; KRWG-FM, the 100,000 watt NPR station (and remote translators) providing news and music to Southern New Mexico and far west Texas; and krwg.org, a news-focused website that is part of the NPR Digital Network. KRWG-TV is viewed in approximately 40,000 households monthly and an estimated 35,000 people listen to KRWG-FM each month. KRWG-FM and KRWG-TV are licensed to the Regents of New Mexico State University.

KUNM-FM: The state’s largest public-radio station, KUNM’s signal reaches about half of New Mexicans, and an estimated 108,000 people tune in each week (according to Arbitron Research, Inc., total service area surveyed for people aged 12+; averaged from Fall 2011 and Spring 2012. Mon-Sun, 6AM-Midnight. Arbitron data are estimates only.). The station is licensed to the Regents of the University of New Mexico.

Las Cruces Sun-News: The Sun-News’ daily circulation is 19,621, and its Sunday circulation is 23,652. The partnership with the Sun-News also means that articles produced by NMID may be published by other newspapers owned by the Sun-News’ parent company, Digital First Media, including papers in Alamogordo, Carlsbad, Deming, Farmington, Ruidoso and Silver City.

New Mexico News Port: The New Mexico News Port is a student journalism lab based at the University of New Mexico. As part of their course work, students produce stories, videos and photos for the the lab’s website. The lab started in August of 2014, and the first project was covering the fall elections.

New Mexico Telegram: New Mexico Telegram is a website devoted to New Mexico politics and policy. It seeks to cover as much as possible from around the state, from municipal races up to statewide races, and policy changes that impact every corner of New Mexico.

Santa Fe New Mexican: The New Mexican has a daily print circulation of 20,000 and a Sunday circulation of 24,000.

Santa Fe Reporter: This weekly newspaper has a circulation of 23,000.