KTTH (770 AM) is a conservativetalkradio station, owned by Bonneville International, broadcasting at 770 kHz in Seattle, Washington. The station's transmitter is on Vashon Island, while its studios are located in Seattle's Eastlake district.


The station runs syndicated programming, as well as the popular local morning program "The David Boze Morning Show" and "The Todd Herman Show".   Many of the prominent programs moved from rival local broadcaster, KVI (at one point their slogan was temporarily changed to "3 letter radio is dead"), including Rush Limbaugh and movie critic Michael Medved (whose home station is KTTH).  Their lineup also includes John Gibson, Dave Ramsey, and Mark Levin.

KTTH was the last flagship radio station of the Seattle SuperSonics (now Oklahoma City Thunder) of the National Basketball Association, from 2006 to 2008.

KTTH also airs Seattle Mariners games during NFL football season, when the Mariners' regular flagship station, KIRO, airs a Seahawks game. KTTH is the sister station to KIRO and KIRO-FM.

Starting in the 2011-2012 college sports season, KTTH began airing Washington State Cougars football and men's basketball but moved to sister station KIRO in the 2012-2013 season, while KTTH began airing Seattle University Redhawks men's basketball. KTTH does air Washington State Cougars football and men's basketball games that cannot be aired on KIRO due to conflicts with Seahawks and Mariners games. KTTH also airs select MLB postseason and NBA Finals game broadcasts from ESPN Radio that cannot be aired on KIRO due to various conflicts.


Formerly, the station had the callsign KXA and had a classical music format. It was in a big battle with KING-FM 98.1 and KUOW-FM 94.9, which both on FM were doing a similar format. On October 1, 1980, the station changed to an oldies format and was known as "Old Gold 77 KXA" following a sale. Following a subsequent bankruptcy filing, the station temporarily dumped oldies for sponsored religious programming in 1983. The station's license was transferred to new owners that same year, and a format called "love songs" commenced on October 8, 1984, which was essentially a return to oldies. Following a sale to Olympic Broadcasting in 1985, the station flipped to a simulcast of country station KRPM-FM (now KBKS-FM) and changed call letters to KRPM. The station would change call letters to KULL in 1991, and returned to oldies. Country music returned in January 1995, as did the simulcast with KRPM. In a format swap in that same year with AM 1090, the station received the call letters KNWX and the all-news format, followed by the switch to business/talk programming in 1998. The station would acquire the current call letters in 2003, along with the flip to conservative talk. KNWX would move to 1210 AM that same year and would continue until 2004, in which it was renamed KWMG (now KMIA).[2]




  • 12am–3am John Gibson
  • 3am–6am Dave Ramsey
  • 6am–7am Growing Your Wealth
  • 7am–8am Retirement Class with JD Kaiser
  • 8am–10am Leading Edge Medicine with Dr. Jerry Mixon
  • 10am–12pm Aging Options with Rajiv Nagaich
  • 12pm–1pm Power Trading Radio
  • 1pm–2pm The Ric Edelman Show
  • 2pm–3pm Investor Resources
  • 3pm–4pm Dr. Lee Yardley
  • 4pm–5pm The Tax Planning Hour
  • 5pm–6pm Michael Medved
  • 6pm–9pm Dave Ramsey
  • 9pm–10pm Own It - Secrets to Saving on Home and Land Ownership
  • 10pm–12am Michael Medved


  • 12am–2am Avenge Trading Group
  • 2am–5am Michael Medved
  • 5am–6am Frontlines of Freedom
  • 6am–7am Dave Ramsey
  • 7am–7:30am Michael Medved
  • 7:30am–8:30am Retirement Class with JD Kaiser
  • 8:30am–10am Infomercials
  • 10am–10:30am Safe Money and Income with Shon Peil
  • 10:30am–11am Infomercials
  • 11am–12pm Avenge Trading Group
  • 12pm–1pm Dr. Lee Yardley
  • 1pm–2pm Sound Pain Solutions
  • 2pm–3pm Absolute Return Radio with Brian Decker and Jim Black
  • 3pm–4pm Michael Medved
  • 4pm–7pm Rush Limbaugh's Week in Review
  • 7pm–9pm Dave Ramsey
  • 9pm–11pm Frontlines of Freedom
  • 11pm–12am Michael Medved