WNTH
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WNTH
WNTH
CityWinnetka, Illinois
Broadcast areaNew Trier Township, Cook County, Illinois
Frequency88.1 (MHz)
SloganThe Voice of New Trier High School
Programming
FormatVariety
Ownership
OwnerNew Trier Township High School District 203
History
First air date
1961
Call sign meaning
New
Trier
High
Technical information
Facility ID6052
ClassA
ERP100 Watts
HAAT25 meters (82 ft)
Transmitter coordinates
42°05?40.0?N 87°43?7.0?W / 42.094444°N 87.718611°W / 42.094444; -87.718611
Links
WebsiteNew Trier Radio

WNTH is the FM radio station of New Trier High School. The station broadcasts to most parts of New Trier Township, Illinois at 88.1 FM.

Mission

WNTH is owned by the New Trier board of education. The station has an output power of 100 watts, which is sufficient to reach all the territory in the New Trier district and much of the surrounding area. As of the 2006-2007 school year, the station broadcasts 24 hours a day, including Sundays and school holidays.

The station is run by students under the supervision of faculty members. Each year, a new group of students is selected to take charge of the station. This group consists of the board, which includes 10 to 12 positions, and a staff of students.

In addition to broadcasting WNTH student-hosted shows, the station also broadcasts live coverage of New Trier athletic events.

WNTH Coverage Map (protected FCC area)

Format

WNTH gives the students of New Trier High School the opportunity to have sports, music, talk and news shows six days a week, there are no shows on Sundays.

The radio station broadcasts live feeds of many concerts and games throughout the year. In past years, sports shows have featured guests such as All-Pro NFL defensive tackle Tommie Harris, formerly of the Chicago Bears, major league baseball player Craig Counsell and White Sox Assistant General Manager Rick Hahn. It also has featured ESPN's Dick Vitale and Mike Greenberg.

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