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Pecos Valley Broadcasting     |    Roswell / Artesia / Carlsbad New Mexico, USA    |    Phone: 575-746-2751
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Mike Jaxson - News Director

Having spent more than four years in western New Mexico, when Mike decided to head east, he began a 25 year broadcasting career in Las Cruces, Silver City and now Artesia. After moving around for the past five years, Mike has found a home in the Pecos Valley. Mike is the KSVP News Director. Additionally, from the Artesia Special Hospital District Board of Directors to the Carlsbad Municipal Schools, it can be said that Mike takes the pulse of the Pecos Valley.

Mike is single, he has no kids, (except his sister’s, which he loves to spoil).

If you have a news tip, call Mike at 746-2751 or e-mail, news@kz93.com or news@ksvpradio.com

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Mike Winters

Mike Winters was born and raised in the suburbs of Washington D.C. At the age of 23, he enlisted in the U.S. Air Force. He was stationed at Holloman AFB in Alamogordo, NM. While there, he served as a bomb loader on the F117A Stealth Fighters. He was sent on deployments to Kuwait for 3 months in 1998, and Italy for 5 months in 1999.

Mike began his career in radio at KEND, The Mix 106. He was the host of the Mix Morning Show with Mike Winters. Mike also was in charge of programming and just about anything else that needed to get done. When KEND was purchased by Pecos Valley Broadcasting, Mike came onboard to host the KSVP morning show. He can be heard 7AM to 10AM, Monday thru Friday. He promises to keep you informed and marginally entertained.

Mike is happily married to his lovely wife Kim, who is an elementary school teacher in Roswell. He enjoys reading, and is a Civil War buff. Mike is an avid Washington Redskins fan and is now beginning to take up golf. So if you are on the course, beware, hes not that good and possibly dangerous!

KSVP Program Lineup
Monday through Friday
12am 4am ‘Red Eye Radio’
4am 7am Bill Bennett’s ‘Morning in America’
7am  10am Watch the KSVP Morning Show Live!KSVP Morning Show with Mike Winters, Mike Jaxson-News, Tom Churchill-Weather, Eric Butler- Sports
10am 1pm Rush Limbaugh
1pm 4pm Sean Hannity
4pm 7pm Mark Levin
7pm 11pm Dennis Miller Show
11pm 12am ‘Red Eye Radio’
Saturday
12am 4am ‘Red Eye Radio’
4am 6am Big Billy Kinder Outdoors
8am 11am Kim Komando Komputer Klinic
11am 12pm Cigar Dave
12:00pm 3pm Sean Hannity Encore
3pm 6pm Rush Week in Review
6pm 7pm Town Hall Weekend Journal / Congressman Steve Pearce
7pm 10pm Dennis Miller Show (Friday re-feed)
11pm 4am ‘Red Eye Radio’
Sunday
12am 4am ‘Red Eye Radio’
4am 5am Town Hall Weekend Journal / Congressman Steve Pearce
5am 7am Big Billy Kinder Outdoors (Re-feed)
7am 10am The Jesus Christ Show
10am 10:30am First Baptist Church Service
10:45am 11:45am First United Methodist Church Service
12pm 3pm Rush Week in Review
3pm 6pm Sean Hannity Encore
6pm 8pm Armed American Radio
8pm 11pm Bill Cunningham
11pm 12am ‘Red Eye Radio’