Media in the Lehigh Valley

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This is a list of media based in the Lehigh Valley region of eastern Pennsylvania and western New Jersey in the United States.

Magazines and Newspapers[edit]

The Express-Times' headquarters in Easton
Newspaper Founded Type Website
A Valley and Beyond 2012 Indie Music, Arts, Culture, Weekly
Valley Social Magazine Luxury Lifestyle, Bi-Monthly
Adventure Allentown Recreation, Twice Annually
The Bethlehem Press 2005 Weekly
East Coast Biker Magazine Motorcycling, Monthly
Eastern Pennsylvania Business Journal 1990 Financial, Weekly
The Express-Times 1855 Daily
Harmon Homes Real Estate, Weekly
Home DREAMS Magazine Home & Shelter, 6 times annually
ICON Magazine Arts, Monthly
The Lafayette College
Lehigh Valley Exposed 2008 Alternative Weekly
Lehigh Valley Family 2007 Lifestyle, Monthly
Lehigh Valley Home Source Real Estate, Weekly
Lehigh Valley Magazine Bi-monthly
Lehigh Valley Marketplace 7 times annually
Lehigh Valley Real Estate Weekly Real Estate, Weekly
Lehigh Valley Sports Extra 2000 Sports, Monthly
Lehigh Valley Style Monthly
Lehigh Valley Woman's Journal 2008 Women's Interests, Bi-monthly
Lifestyles Over 50 2005 Lifestyle, Monthly
The Morning Call 1883 Daily
Muhlenberg Weekly College
Natural Awakenings 1994 Lifestyle, Monthly
Pocono Real Estate Guide Real Estate, Monthly
Pork Illustrated: The Official IronPigs Game Day Program 2008 Sports
The Real Estate Book Real Estate, Weekly
Times News 1883 Daily
The Valley Beat 2010 Alternative Weekly
USA Today 1982 Daily

Spanish Newspapers[edit]

Newspaper Founded Type Website
Al Día 1994 Weekly
El Hispano 1976 Weekly
El Torero Weekly
La Cronica Weekly
La Voz Latina Weekly

Television stations[edit]

Television station Affiliate Founded Website
WBPH-TV FamilyNet 1990
WFMZ-TV* 1976
WTVE 1980

The Lehigh Valley is part of the Philadelphia television market, and the Philadelphia stations are all available over-the-air and on cable. Scranton/Wilkes-Barre stations are also available over-the-air in much of the Lehigh Valley.

* A WFMZ-TV went on the air in December 1954 on analog UHF channel 69. It went black in June 1976.[1]

AM radio stations[edit]

AM radio station Frequency (kHz) Format Founded Website
WAEB 790 News 1949
WGPA 1100 Assorted 1946
WEEX 1230 Sports
WTKZ 1320 Sports 1948*
WEST 1400 Spanish
WSAN 1470 Sports talk 1923**
WHOL 1600 Spanish 1948

*As WKAP; **As WCBA (1070)[1]

FM radio stations[edit]

FM radio stations Frequency (MHz) Branding Format Founded Website
WDIY 88.1 WDIY-FM Public Radio 1995
WJCS 89.3 WJCS 89.3 Religious
WLHI 90.3 The Word FM Religious 2013 [1]
WLVR-FM 91.3 91.3 WLVR College 1946
WMUH 91.7 91.7 WMUH College 1950
WZZO 95.1 WZZO-Z95 Active Rock 1977
WCTO 96.1 Cat Country 96 Country 1947
WODE-FM 99.9 99-9 The Hawk Classic Rock 1948
WLEV 100.7 WLEV Adult Contemporary 1947*
WAEB-FM 104.1 B104 Top 40/CHR 1961
WJRH 104.9 WJRH-FM College 1946
WWYY 107.1 107 The Bone Active Rock 1992

*As WFMZ[1]


Site Type URL News [2]
WXLV-The X News,Music,Talk, from Lehigh Carbon Community College [3] News
DeSales University Student Radio Station College Internet Radio News News Traffic News News News |align=center|Assorted |align=center| |-

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c Allentown, Pa Bicentennial 1962 Sesquicentennial Lehigh Country, pp 101, "Communications and Transportation"