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Hutton Broadcasting owner and general manager Scott Hutton has announced a format change for KVSF-FM.
The change took affect April 1. The former Project 101.5 transitioned into KVSF 101.5,
The Voice of Santa Fe. Focusing on local news, events, and personalities, the new station will provide a unique listening experience to both local listeners and those who stream the station live on the web.
“Santa Fe needs a station like KVSF,” Hutton said. “It will be a valuable forum for dialogue from many of the diverse viewpoints in this eclectic listening marketplace.”
Leading the new lineup is “The Julia Goldberg Morning Show,” airing weekdays, 8-10 a.m. Hosted by longtime New Mexico journalist and former editor of the Santa Fe Reporter, the show features fresh discussions on news, politics and community issues.
Produced by the Santa Fe Reporter’s, Best of Santa Fe” — winning radio show personality Yon Hudson, the show’s daily segments include interviews with topical guests, commentary, as well as a call-in line for listeners to ask questions and share views.
“Goldberg is one of the most respected journalists in town — brash, informed, honest, funny and opinionated — and her high-energy two-hour show is designed to get you going in the morning,” said Hutton, who added: “Julia is the perfect cornerstone for our launch of the new KVSF 101.5 FM.
In her 10 years of covering New Mexico politics at the Santa Fe Reporter, Julia has developed strong relationships with the movers and shakers of New Mexico. Tack on her quick wit and humor and you have the recipe for a highly entertaining and informative morning show.”
The new radio station can be streamed at santafe.com.