Santa Fe: Communications

Newspapers and Magazines

Santa Fe's major daily newspaper is The Santa Fe New Mexican, the oldest newspaper in the West. The weekly Santa Fe Reporter is published on Wednesdays. Magazines published in Santa Fe include the Santa Fean, featuring articles on New Mexico history and travel, restaurants, events, and attractions; and New Mexico Magazine, founded in 1923, which covers such topics as the state's multicultural heritage, arts, climate, environment and diverse people.

Television and Radio

Two television stations broadcast from Santa Fe; several others, including network affiliates, are broadcast from nearby Albuquerque. Cable service is available by subscription. Eight AM and FM radio stations broadcasting in Santa Fe, one of which plays Spanish music. Santa Fe also receives programming from Albuquerque.

Media Information: The Santa Fe New Mexican, 202 E Marcy Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501; telephone (505)983-3303; email

Santa Fe Online

Bureau of Business and Economic Research, University of New Mexico. Available at

City of Santa Fe home page. Available

New Mexico Department of Labor. Available

Santa Fe Economic Development, Inc. Available

The Santa Fe New Mexican. Available

Santa Fe Public Library. Available

Santa Fe Public Schools. Available

Selected Bibliography

Dennis, Lisl, and Landt Dennis, Behind Adobe Walls: The Hidden Homes and Gardens of Santa Fe and Taos (San Francisco, Calif.: Chronicle Books, 1997)