KLTT

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KLTT
KLTT logo.png
City Commerce City, Colorado
Broadcast area Denver-Boulder-Colorado Springs area
Slogan Powerful Christian Talk
Frequency 670 kHz (also on HD Radio)
Translator(s) 95.1 MHz K236CQ (Commerce City)
First air date April 24, 1996
Format Christian Talk
Power 50,000 watts (day)
1,400 watts (night)
Class B
Facility ID 35191
Transmitter coordinates 39°57′20″N 104°43′50″W / 39.95556°N 104.73056°W / 39.95556; -104.73056Coordinates: 39°57′20″N 104°43′50″W / 39.95556°N 104.73056°W / 39.95556; -104.73056
Former callsigns KPBL (1986-1988)
KMVP (1988-1995)
KLDC (1995-1996)
Owner Crawford Broadcasting Co.
(KLZ Radio, Inc.)
Sister stations KLZ, KLDC, KLVZ
Webcast Listen Live
Website 670kltt.com

KLTT (670 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Christian Talk format to the Denver, Colorado, and Colorado Springs, United States, areas. The station is currently owned Crawford Broadcasting Company and is licensed to Colorado subsidiary KLZ Radio, Inc.[1] With its 50,000 watt daytime signal, KLTT broadcasts can be received throughout most of the state. This powerful daytime signal reaches into southeastern Wyoming, northeastern New Mexico, and into the western portions of Nebraska and Kansas. At night, the station broadcasts with a directional signal to the north and south, to protect Class-A clear-channel station WSCR in Chicago.

History[edit]

The station went on the air as KPBL. On 1988-05-06, the station changed its call sign to KMVP with sports talk programming. On 1995-09-08 to KLDC and on 1996-04-05 to the current KLTT.[2]

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