Son Broadcasting’s Frank Haley began his broadcasting career at age 19 in Denton, Texas while a freshman at the University of North Texas. As well as being a talk show host, Haley has worked in the news departments of 15 radio stations in both Texas and New Mexico. Making Albuquerque, NM his home for the last 41 years, Haley has announced news on KOB AM, KLFQ FM, KKIM AM and has been the Good News Director for KDAZ AM & FM for the last 4 years. Haley was inducted into the New Mexico Broadcaster's Hall of Fame in 2012. At the age of 78, Haley says he'll continue reporting the morning news at Son Broadcasting until the Lord Jesus Christ says, "It's time to come Home."
Listen to Frank's morning news Monday through Friday every hour and half hour 7 to 9:30am. Frank may be best known by his signature show closing: “That's the news. Remember, Jesus loves you and wants to be your Savior. Seek the Lord today while He may be found. Have a blessed day, I’m Frank Haley, CJF.”
Larry Ahrens is a veteran radio broadcaster best known for hosting the morning show on 770 KOB Radio in Albuquerque for 27 years. Originally from Southern California, Larry’s radio career spans over 40 years working at stations in Roswell, NM and El Paso, TX. He was also the host of “The Morning Brew” TV show in Albuquerque for 2 years.
Larry is currently producing a successful nationally syndicated radio show called “Home Country with Slim Randles” which is heard nationally on over 70 radio stations.
He also has another syndicated radio show in development with television personality Alfonso Ribiero.
Larry and Susan Ahrens have 3 grown children and 3 grandchildren. Their home is in Albuquerque, New Mexico.