WTLC-1310 AM is the number one source for on-air inspiration and praise in Indianapolis. With their urban gospel format WTLC promotes what the station’s call letters have always stood for. With Tender Loving Care has been the underlining message this spiritual station has promoted through its music styling and their on-air shows content. They are the leading Indianapolis media outlet for feeling good about yourself and your faith while showing you how to better the world around you.
The station first took the the airways on July 27, 1941 and since then has seen its fair share of both call signs and formats. At times they have played adult contemporary music, oldies, music for your life and urban oldies. Each of these formats enjoyed mild success over the years but WTLC 1310 AM felt they truly had a higher purpose.
In 1997 the station was purchased by Emmis Communications and started calling themselves “The Light” while adhering to an urban gospel format. In 2001 WTLC’s ownership changed hands, and while Radio One Broadcasting became the new owner the station’s message and purpose remained the same.
With on-air hosts like Ben Davis High School alumni Liz “Faith” Dixon there to take each step with her audience, you will see why WTLC 1310 AM is not just about good music; it is also about creating a better culture in Indianapolis. CoCo Brother not only spreads his message every weekday on 1310 AM, he can also be heard every Sunday morning on Hot 96.3 FM.
Listeners can keep up to date with all the local spiritual events in Indianapolis by checking out the station’s community calendar. If you believe that life should always be filled with new experiences then you owe it to yourself to tune in and listen to the programming. WTLC 1310 AM offers some of the most inspirational music in Indianapolis. So open both your heart and ears to WTLC’s message and they promise that you will see the light.
WTLC 1310 AM
21 E Saint Joseph St
Indianapolis, IN 46204
To find out more information about WTLC’s programming and on-air hosts, check out the station’s website today.