Phone

WKXY – 662-843-3392
WLTM/WIQQ/WNIX/WIBT – 662-378-2617
WNLA – 662-887-1380
Corporate – 702-898-4669

Email

General inquiries

Fax

WKXY – 662-846-9002
WLTM/WIQQ/WNIX – 662-378-8341
Corporate – 208-567-6865.

Mail

WKXY
201 E. Sunflower Road
Suite 5
Cleveland, MS 38732

WNLA
44 Highway 448 North
Indianola MS 38751

WLTM/WIQQ/WNIX/WIBT
830 Main Street
Greenville, MS 38703

Delta Radio LLC
9408 Grand Gate Street
Las Vegas, NV 89143

Physical Location

WKXY is located in the Valley Court Square office complex in Cleveland at 201 East Sunflower Road

WLTM/WIQQ/WNIX/WIBT is located at 830 Main Street in Greenville in Downtown Greenville.

1 Comment on "Contact Us"

  1. Doug Gladstone | February 2, 2017 at 2:45 pm | Reply

    Good afternoon.

    Don’t know if you’re familiar with the topic, but there are 500 or so former players, including 84-year-old Jack Reed, being hosed out of pensions by the league and the players’ association.

    All these men have been getting since 2011 are non qualified life annuities of $625 per quarter, up to 16 quarters, or a maximum payment of $10,000. Meanwhile, the maximum IRS pension limit is $210,000.

    A native of Silver City who played in The Show for parts of the 1981, 1962 and 1963 seasons, Reed attended the University of Mississippi . His best season was in 1962, when he collected 13 hits, including one triple and two doubles. He scored 17 runs and homered once in only 43 at bats for the New York Yankees. that year.

    All told, Reed was an outfielder who got into a total of 222 games. In 129 career at bats, he scored 39 runs.

    The union representing the players, the MLBPA, doesn’t have to be the legal advocates for these men, the league doesn’t have to negotiate about this matter and the alumni association is too busy putting on golf outings.

    Neither the league nor the union want to retroactively restore these men into pension coverage; instead, taxes are taken out of the nonqualified annuity payment, which cannot be passed on to a surviving spouse or designated beneficiary. So when Reed passes on, the payment he is currently receiving is not passed on to any loved one or designated beneficiary. They are also not eligible to be covered under the league’s umbrella health insurance plan.

    I hope you’d like to move forward and do a radio segment about this, I think it would make for compelling talk radio.

    I hope to hear from you at your first convenience. I remain,

    Sincerely,

    Doug Gladstone

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