105.9 KSEL Country is all about hit Country music.  Core artists include Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood, and Zac Brown Band.  Then, we sprinkle in some Red Dirt Country.  We're the only ones in town doin' it!  The longest running morning show on the High Plains, “The Morning Throwdown with Kevin and Doc”, along with Lisa Schmidt in the Afternoon provide LOCAL entertainment, all day long.  

Mix 107.5 plays today’s most popular artists.  If you like Katy Perry, Bruno Mars, Maroon 5, and other pop super-stars, you’ll hear them all on Mix 107.5!  We are the radio home of Mix Mornings with Camper Kyle and Amber Kaye, and Duffy Moon in the Afternoon.  Mix 107.5 is consistently the most listened to radio station on the High Plains.  It’s entertaining and heavily involved in the community!  

Classic rock from the late 60s through the early 90s:  hit after hit after hit.  If it’s a song you know the words to, you’ll hear it on Big 101.5.  Eagles, Journey, CCR, Stones, they’re all here!  Big 101.5 is more than a classic rock radio station.  We offer feel good music, all served up by live, local talent, all day long.  

If it was a hit on country radio in the 70s, 80s, and early 90s, you can bet that we’re playing it on Cow Country.  Garth, Waylan, Willie, and Reba!  Cow Country embraces the rodeo lifestyle.  We’re all about rodeo, dust, and blue jeans.  The radio station plays to cowboys and cowgirls alike.

local, entertaining content across multiple platforms

420 North Main Street, Clovis, NM 88101

42437 US 70, Portales, NM 88130


Rooney Moon Broadcasting provides local, entertaining content across multiple platforms. We engage listeners with their favorite music, local sports, weather, and news, plus really fun shows and contests delivered by entertaining personalities.  Whether you listen on the radio in your car, office, or home, OR listen on your phone, computer, or tablet, you'll find the most engaging local content on our group of radio stations.  That's why Rooney Moon Broadcasting has been awarded more "Excellence in Broadcasting" awards by the New Mexico Broadcasters Association, than any other radio group in the entire state of New Mexico.