MILWAUKEE — It’s a huge day for WTMJ’s sister station, 101.7 The Truth, as they formally introduce a revamped lineup with familiar faces, an updated schedule and brand new teammates joining the fold.
Starting on Monday, April 3, 101.7 The Truth will host 11 hours of live, local programming that amplifies Milwaukee’s Black voices and the stories that are most resonant across news, pop culture, sports, and more. As part of this updated lineup, 101.7 The Truth announced two more shows — ‘Truth Be Told with Denise Thomas and Telly Hughes’ & ‘Nothin’ But The Truth with Melanie Ricks.’
Learn more about these shows from our teammates at The Truth:
“Truth Be Told with Denise Thomas and Telly Hughes is where we cut through the noise and bring you the real stories behind the headlines. The Effective Communication Coach Denise Thomas and the 2-time Emmy Award Winner Telly Hughes keep fans entertained and informed on the latest in local and national news while having fun with all the hot topics in pop culture and sports. DT and Telly will uplift, highlight and celebrate African American culture and the people making a difference in their community and beyond.
Nothin’ But The Truth with Melanie Ricks brings a fresh exciting take to pop culture, sports, and the trending topics of the day. Whether you are a die-hard sports fan, a celebrity gossip junkie, or want to stay informed on local Milwaukee news, Nothing But The Truth will have fans covered!”
WTMJ & 101.7 The Truth are teaming up for our coverage of Wisconsin’s Supreme Court Election on April 4, 2023. Tune in to hear from John Mercure & Dr. Ken Harris live on The Truth as results are tallied. More details are to come.
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