GM: Debbie Wargo
SM: Pat Renwick
OM: Michael D. Stewart
Sports Director: Ryan Walsh
Mornings: Jim Dedelow (5:30am - 8:00am)
Mid-Mornings: Lake County Solid Waste (Monday 8:00am - 8:30am)
Mid-Mornings: City of East Chicago (Monday 8:30am - 9:00am)
Mid-Mornings: Roy Dominguez (Monday 9:00am - 10:00am)
Mid-Mornings: Geno's Buffet (10:00am - 12:00pm)
Mid-Mornings: Veterans Views (Friday 9am - 10am)
Early Afternoons: Michael D. Stewart ("Stew for Lunch") (12:00pm - 2:00pm)
Afternoons: Region Flashback (2:00pm - 4:00pm)
Afternoons: Leaders Alive (5:00pm on the First and Third Thursday of each month)
Afternoons: Sportsworx Recruiting Show (Monday 5:30pm - 6:30pm)
Nights: Hey Harlow (6:30pm - 9:00pm)
Nights: Music Underdogs
GM: O.E. Richardson
GM: Marty Wielgos
GM: Ric Federighi (Now Partner/GM at WIMS)
Chief Engineer: Stanley Strasberg
SM: Dave Elliott
OM: Scott Rosenberg (Now afternoons at WXRD)
OM: Chris Locken (Now PD at WRIN)
PD: L.B. Weller
PD: Sam Weller
PD: Dave Flood
News Director: Paulla Weinberg (Now News Director at WIMS)
News Director: Jessica Morgan
Production Director: Chris Locken (Now PD at WRIN)
Sports Director: Chris Locken (Now PD at WRIN)
Mornings: Libby Collins Freiberg (6am - 9am) (January 2002 - ?)
Mornings: Greg Doffin (5am - 9am)
Mornings: Warren Freiberg (Deceased 2 June 2000)
Mornings: Ric Federighi (6am - 9am) (Now Co-Owner/GM/Mornings at WIMS)
Mornings: Dave Kusiak (6am - 9am)
Late Mornings: Dr. Joy Browne (9am - 12pm)
Late Mornings: Dave Innes (9am - 11am)
Late Mornings: Roman Sawczak (9am - 11am)
Middays: Ken & Daria Dolan (12pm - 2pm) (November 2001 - ?)
Middays: Mike Huckabee ("The Mike Huckabee Show") (11:00am - 2:00pm) (June 25, 2012 - ?)
Afternoons: Papa Joe Chevalier (5pm - 9pm)
Afternoons: Mike Bonaventura (2pm - 5pm) (November 2001 - February 2004) (Now on 7am - 10am at WCFJ in Chicago Heights, Illinois)
Afternoons: Dave Flood (2pm - 5pm) (November 2001 - February 2004) (Now on 7am - 10am at WCFJ in Chicago Heights, Illinois)
Afternoons: Steve Fowler (3pm - 6pm)
Afternoons: Steve Glover (Deceased)
Afternoons: Region Underground with The Preacher (4:00pm - 5:30pm)
Nights: Tommy Williams (9pm -12am) (April 2004 - ?)
Nights: Jeff Rense (9pm - 3am)
Nights: Tommy Williams (9pm - 12am) (November 24, 2003 - ?)
Overnights: Bob Kemp (3am - 5am)
Weekends: Michael Puente ("Latin Lingo")
Airstaff: Steve King (Now Overnights at WGN(AM) in Chicago, Illinois)
Airstaff: Jerome Ingwersen (Deceased 1 May 2005)
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Feder, Robert. "New call letters reflect changes at Channel 60." The Chicago Sun-Times, 13 November 2001. Page 51.
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Feder, Robert. "New ESPN Programmer Faces Off Against Ex-Boss" The Chicago Sun-Times, 5 February 2003. Page 69.
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