|City of license||Robbins, North Carolina|
|First air date||2003|
|Callsign meaning||Life in the Heart of Carolina|
In addition, WLHC also broadcasts a wide variety of music, including bluegrass, jazz, big band, and inspirational music on the weekends. Rick Azar is a weekend personality on the station, hosting a Sunday night jazz program.
WLHC Life 103.1 won the 2013 Radio Station of the Year Award (Non-Metro) by the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters at their meeting in Greensboro in June 2013. President Alan Button gave high praise to his employees for a job well done and this to include Steve Koranda, who died from cancer on 2012, because he set the standard for WLHC Life 103.1 in 2012 to get this award.
WLHC's signal primarily covers the Sandhills region of North Carolina, mainly Lee, Moore, Chatham, Randolph, Montgomery, Richmond, Hoke, and Harnett Counties. WLHC also reaches the western portions of Wake and Cumberland counties (including Fort Bragg), albeit at a lower-grade signal. WLHC also has a presence on the internet, streaming its signal live via Microsoft Silverlight.
- "WLHC Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
- "Station Information Profile". Arbitron.
- "Life 103.1, NC Radio Station: Host Details". Life 103.1.
- Dr. Anthony Ross Harrington, 1977 graduate of Radio TV Broadcasting at CCTI Sanford, NC, former Lead Instructor of Broadcast Production Technology at Triton High School in Erwin,NC 1988-1999 and Lead History Instructor at CCCC Sanford NC 1999-2013 retired.
- Query the FCC's FM station database for WLHC
- Radio-Locator information on WLHC
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WLHC
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