|First air date||November 5, 1950|
|Power||1,000 watts (day)
500 watts (night)
WLTH is an AM radio station broadcasting on 1370 kHz in Gary, Indiana east of the Chicago metropolitan area. It is owned by Michilliana Broadcasting, LLC. The station's current format is African-American Talk Radio.
Notable radio alumni of WLTH include Steve King (later of WLS, and now with WGN); Felicia Middlebrooks (now with WBBM); Michael King (now with WXIA-TV); Tommy Williams (later of WSCR); Dinahlynn Biggs with WLTH over 10 years and 125, 000 listners of the polular show: The Dinahlynn Biggs Show, R.Veronica Williams (later with Chicago Public Radio WBEZ 91.5 FM later of Radio-One Indianapolis WLTC AM 1310 "The Light"/106.7 WTLC-FM
Current hosts include: Verle Harris, Guy "Live" Spencer, Kenneth White "Dollar Trends", Theodore "The Thinker" McClendon, Eddie Tarver "Human Development", Ron Muhammad, Lloyd Fisher/Ray Fisher/Dr. Joe L. White "Information Resource", Phillip Cody-Tolliver "The Peoples' Point of View", Val Taniff "The Real Deal", John Key "Church Without walls", Pastor Tyrone Brown "The Hope Show", Anthony "The Hurricane" Bryant "The Raw Show", and "Sound Off With E.V.E", hosted by Eve Gomez. Currently on Saturday nights the "Brothers of the Blues" blues radio program is on from 8pm until Midnight.
In September 2013, the station changed its location from Merrillville, Indiana, to its original city of Gary- specifically, 478 Broadway.
- Query the FCC's AM station database for WLTH
- Radio-Locator Information on WLTH
- Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for WLTH
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