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DAVE MARASH is HERE AND THERE on KSFR

Award winning journalist Dave Marash is on the air every Monday-Thursday at 5PM MT  with his program "HERE AND THERE WITH DAVE MARASH."

Each program features an extended interview with a working journalist, analyst or newsmaker who is ”eyes on”-close to an important news story. 

As the title of the show indicates the stories can come from “here” in New Mexico, or any “there” around the world. 

The 65th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe is underway. Rodeo de Santa Fe President Jim Butler says this year’s rodeo features a brand new scoreboard and all the events associated with Rodeos, including bull riding events sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. Dustin Muncy is one of the bull riders competing. Muncy told KSFR news how bull riding events are scored. The Rodeo de Santa Fe runs through Sunday.

Recently KSFR's Co-News Director David Marash led a panel discussion on The Future of Broadcast News during UC Berkeley's annual Symposium on Investigative Reporting.

Click Here to view a video of that discussion

Want to be on the radio? Interested in journalism? Ready to learn to be a radio reporter, anchor, interviewer or on-air radio host? For free?

 

KSFR Radio 101.1FM is looking for you! Our interns receive professional training, hands-on mentoring and school credit. They learn-by-doing, covering the communities, issues or activities that interest them as well as our listeners. 

Award-Winning Journalists to Lead KSFR's News Team

Santa Fe, N.M. -- KSFR’s live coverage of Santa Fe’s municipal elections 2014 marked the debut of the public radio station’s new news directing team, Dave Marash and Zélie Pollon.

Dave Marash has worked in all news media and is the winner of eleven Emmy awards, an overseas Press Club award and a DuPont award, among others. He has covered war, terrorism, international health, and a myriad of national and local issues.

Special Election Coverage on

Comcast SFGTV-28 and KSFR 101.1 Santa Fe Public Radio

Tune in this Evening at 7:30 p.m. MST

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Remember you can always listen to our stream, accessible through our Web Site KSFR.ORG.