KNTH 1070 is a radio broadcaster that is serving the public of Greater Houston on the satellite channel of 1070 kHz. The channel can also be heard locally on the FM frequency of 103.3 MHz, which is broadcasted by its translator, utilizing 250 watts of ERP. You can search the radio in the market by the brand name “1070 & 103.3 The Answer.” Salem Communication is currently monitoring the daily activities of the station and brought it among B-class operators. Its transmitter carries out day and night programming through the power of 10,000 watts in the day and 5,000 watts in night hours. Both studios of the channel and its transmitter are located in the Sharpstown district.
The history of the station started in 1970 when it was a country music radio and known as KENR. In the early days of its history, it only aired during day time and had 5,000 watts of power consumption. Bill Edwards of Saginaw was first to claim the ownership of the station. After a year passed, the broadcaster switched to 24 hours serving channel. Fast forward to now, the station is not alone in this mission, but it also got a sister broadcaster KKHT-FM. The services are much more improved and so do the number of listeners.
You can tune KNTH 1070 to get updates about the local community as well as international stories, community stories, music, to mention a few. You can also remain up-to-date by following the broadcaster on popular social media portals.