Albuquerque is served by two daily newspapers, the morning Albuquerque Journal and the evening Albuquerque Tribune, and by the weekly newspapers New Mexico Business Weekly, which covers business media, and El Hispano News, a Spanish-language newspaper. Magazines published there include abqARTS, New Mexico Business Journal, and New Mexico Woman.
Ten television stations, including affiliates for the major commercial networks and public television, serve metropolitan Albuquerque. Cable television is available by subscription. Approximately 40 AM and FM radio stations broadcast to Albuquerque-area listeners, offering a wide variety of programming, including Spanish- and Navajo-language features. Albuquerque Public Schools operates an instructional radio station that features educational programming as well as jazz and Latin music.
Media Information: Albuquerque Journal, 7777 Jefferson Street NE, Albuquerque, NM, 87109; Newsroom telephone (505)823-3800. Albuquerque Tribune, PO Drawer T, Albuquerque, NM, 87103; telephone (505)823-7777
Albuquerque Convention & Visitors Bureau. Available www.abqcvb.org
Albuquerque Journal. Available www.abqjournal.com
Albuquerque Public Schools. Available www.aps.edu/aps
Albuquerque Tribune. Available www.abqtrib.com
Bernalillo County home page. Available www.bernco.gov
City of Albuquerque home page. Available www.cabq.gov
Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce. Available www.gacc.org
New Mexico Department of Labor. Available www.dol.state.nm.us
Rio Grande Valley Library System. Available www.cabq.gov/rgvls
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Chilton, Lance, et al., A New Guide to the Colorful State (University of New Mexico Press, 1984)
Simmons, Mark, Albuquerque: A Narrative History (University of New Mexico Press, 1982)