WLTA

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WLTA
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City of license Alpharetta, Georgia
Broadcast area Atlanta metropolitan area
Branding Faith Talk 970
Frequency 1400 kHz (analog)
First air date 1979?
Format Christian talk (WNIV simulcast)
Power 1,000 watts
Class C
Facility ID 42660
Transmitter coordinates 34°03′52″N 84°16′50″W / 34.064581°N 84.280436°W / 34.064581; -84.280436
Owner Salem Communications
Sister stations WNIV, WGKA, WAFS
Webcast Listen Live
Website faithtalk970.com

WLTA is a Christian talk radio station licensed to Alpharetta, Georgia, United States. It is owned by Salem Communications along with its sister station WNIV (AM). WLTA programming is a full-time relay of WNIV (AM)'s programming. WLTA broadcasts at a frequency of 1400 kHz with 1,000 watts of power in a non-directional pattern and is considered a Class C AM broadcasting station by the Federal Communications Commission. The radio station's broadcast antenna and transmitter are located in Alpharetta, Georgia. WLTA's broadcast antenna uses a loaded UHF/VHF mast. The radio station's former call signs were WQRZ, WAZX, WWXX, WRAF, and WVNF ("the Voice of North Fulton"), and was once licensed to the neighboring city of Roswell, Georgia.

This station is not to be confused with the former WLTA FM 99.7, which was an easy listening and later soft rock station covering the same market.

WLTA's broadcast antenna

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