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The Essentials

Call Letters: WOLT
Frequency: 103.3fm
City of License: Indianapolis
Metro(s): Indianapolis
Power: 18,000 watts @ 850 feet (Class B)
Format: Alternative
Address: 6161 Fall Creek Road, Indianapolis, IN 46220-5097
Phone: 317.257.7565
Ownership: Clear Channel Communications, Inc.
Web Presence: http://www.alt1033.com

Station Personnel

Current

Chief Engineer: Daniel J. Mettler
Vice President/GSM: Lee Anne Brooks
NSM: Debbie Seat
LSM: Brady Galbreath
OM: Rob Cressman (December 16, 2013 - Current) (From OM at WAQY and WLZX in Springfield, Massachusetts)
MD: Michael Young
Imaging Director: Michael Young
Production Director: Tim Denniston (September 2000 - Current) (From Assistant Production Director)
Promotions Director: Kimmy Adamson
Creative Services Director: Michael Young
Middays: Matt (10am - 2pm)
Afternoons: "Crate" (2pm - 7pm)
Weekends: Beau Asner
Weekends: Jimbo
Weekends: Joni Michels
Weekends: Troy
Weekends: Billy Gibson

Former

WGEE-FM

SM: Rich Hill
PD: Bob Todd
Nights: Larry Monroe (Deceased 17 January 2014)
Weekends: Scott Wheeler
Airstaff: Wally Baker
Airstaff: Jim Fox
Airstaff: Greg Schaeffer
Airstaff: Dale Sommers (Deceased 24 August 2012)
Airstaff: Dan Stevens

WXTZ-FM

Station Manager: Tom Severino (Deceased 5 July 2009)
OM: William Franzman
Middays: R. Jay Cortrecht ("Rick Cortrecht") (1988 - 1990)

WMJC-FM

VP/GM: Ken Brown
Chief Engineer: Kim Hurst
GSM: David Priest
PD: Randy Harris
MD: Steve Larson
News Director: Gary Hummel
Promotions Director: Scott Kelly
Mornings: Gene Conrad
Mornings: Eileen Wooster (News)

WFXF-FM

WRZX-FM

President/GM: Christopher J. Wheat (? - November 2006) (Now GM at the Saga Communications' stations in Asheville, North Carolina)
GM: Rick Green (Now iHeart's mid-Atlantic area president, based in Richmond, Virginia.)
Chief Engineer: Daniel J. Mettler
Vice President/GSM: Lee Anne Brooks
GSM: Michelle Kiefer (1993 - September 2007)
NSM: Debbie Seat
LSM: Brady Galbreath
Director of FM Programming: Scott Jameson (Edsel Ferrari) (PD: 1992-2004) (Now PD at WZGC in Atlanta, Georgia)
OM: Marty Bender (Was PD: ? - January 2000)
OM: Buzz Casey (January 2008 - August 2013) (From PD at KDKB in Phoenix, Arizona)
PD: Lenny Diana (September 2004 - June 2012) (From PD at WEDG in Buffalo, New York) (Now PD at WAQY and WLZX in Springfield, Massachusetts)
MD: Michael Young
Imaging Director: Michael Young
Production Director: Steve Wilmes (? - May 2000) (Now has his own production company)
Production Director: Chris Geisen
Production Director: Drew Carey (August 1993 - November 1994) (Now VP/Premiere Networks/Bob and Tom Executive Producer at WFBQ)
Promotions Director: Tad Williams
Production Director: Tim Denniston (September 2000 - ?) (From Assistant Production Director)
Promotions Director: Kimmy Adamson (May 2007 April 2012)
Creative Services Director: Michael Young
Promotions: Jody Stumpe
Promotions: Dan Anderson
Newsperson: Dave O'Brien
Mornings: Vanessa Wilde (? - April 1998) (Now out of radio)
Mornings: Ed Wank (? - October 1999) (Now mornings at WLHK)
Mornings: O'Brien (? - October 1999) (Now mornings at WLHK)
Mornings: "Sky Wanker" (5am - 9am) (Traffic)
Mornings: Gonzo Greg (May 2000 - August 8, 2005) (5am - 9am) (From afternoons at WKRK in Detroit, Michigan)
Mornings: Beau Asner (News) (5am - 9am) (August 2000 - ?)
Mornings: Don Stuck (6am - 10am) (November 28, 2005 - October 2011)
Mornings: Gunner (6am - 10am) (November 28, 2005 - ?)
Middays: Nikki (9am - 2pm)
Middays: Matt (10am - 2pm)
Afternoons: Dave Gunn (2pm - 6pm) (From nights at WFBQ)
Afternoons: Adam Ritz (2pm - 6pm)
Afternoons: "The Deuce" (2pm - 7pm)
Nights: Alex B.
Nights: Nigel Laskowski (6pm - 11pm) (? - January 2002) (Now afternoons at WWVR)
Nights: Fletch (6pm - 11pm) (Voicetracked from WRLX in West Palm Beach, Florida) (January 2002 - February 2002)
Nights: "Sixx Sense" (Nikki Sixx) (7pm - 12am)
Overnights: Pete Kilmer (11pm - 5:30am)
Overnights: Kimmy (12pm - 6am)
Weekends: Scott Selva (? - May 1999) (Now middays at WWVR)
Weekends: Matt Goshert (July 2001 - November 2001)
Weekends: Beau Asner
Weekends: Jimbo
Weekends: Joni Michels
Weekends: Troy
Weekends: Billy Gibson

WOLT-FM

GM: Rick Green (October 2006 - February 2016) (Now iHeart's mid-Atlantic area president, based in Richmond, Virginia.)

Station History

103.3fm signed on May 15, 1964.

WGEE-FM

Simulcast with WGEE(AM). WGEE-FM was sold in early 1972 and soon thereafter flipped formats to Beautiful Music and call letters to WXTZ-FM.

WXTZ-FM

WMJC-FM

Aired an easy listening format ("Magic 103.3"). Mitch Craig did the imaging/"voiced" the station.

WFXF-FM

WRZX-FM

WIN Communications owned WRZX in the early 1990's. Was sold in October 1996 by Secret Communications to SFX Broadcasting, Inc. as part of a 9 station deal, for $300 million. Other Indianapolis stations were WFBQ and WNDE. WRZX flipped formats to an Alternative music format in 2014 and became WOLT.

WOLT-FM

For Further Reading...

"Fates & Fortunes." Broadcasting. 14 January 1974. Pg. 47.
"Programming." Broadcasting. 28 January 1974. Page 52.
Kukolla, Steve. "Adventures in niche publishing: Locals Keep at it despite setbacks." Indianapolis Business Journal. August 29, 1994. Page 4A-5A.
"WTLC Parent Acquires WXTZ." Indianapolis Business Journal. January 15, 1996. Page 38A.
Sands, Richard. "Middays Don't Have to be an Alternative Wasteland". Gavin April 30, 1999. Page 28, 30.
Spalding, Tom. "Popular DJ arrested on rape charge". The Indianapolis Star 30 December 2003.


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