CJGO-FM

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CJGO-FM
CJGO CapitaleRock95.7-102.1-104.3 logo.png
City La Sarre/Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec
Branding Capitale Rock
Slogan Produit 100% Local
Frequency 102.1 MHz (FM)
Translator(s) CJGO-FM-1 95.7 MHz (FM), Rouyn-Noranda
First air date 1950 (at 1240 kHz)
1997 (at 102.1 MHz)
Format active rock
Language(s) French
ERP La Sarre:
4.13 kW

Rouyn-Noranda:
26.1 kW average
44 kW peak
horizontal polarization only
HAAT 89 meters (292 ft) (La Sarre)
204.2 meters (670 ft) (Rouyn-Noranda)
Class A (La Sarre)
C (Rouyn-Noranda)
Former callsigns CHLS (1950-1997)
CHLS-FM (1997-1999)
CHGO-FM-2 (1999-?)
Former frequencies 1240 kHz (1950-1997)
Owner RNC Media
Sister stations CHGO-FM
Website www.abitibi.capitalerock.ca

CJGO-FM is a Canadian radio station, which broadcasts at 102.1 FM in La Sarre, Quebec. The station airs an active rock format branded as Capitale Rock.

CJGO also has a rebroadcaster in Rouyn-Noranda, CHGO-FM-1, 95.7 FM; the repeater originally rebroadcast sister station CHGO in Val-d'Or until August 2010, when it switched to CJGO.[1][2] Although the station is licensed to La Sarre and the transmitter in Rouyn-Noranda is legally a rebroadcaster, the station's actual studios are located in Rouyn-Noranda.

The station was originally an AM station, CKLS, converting to 102.1 FM in 1997.[3][4]

CJGO shares much of its programming with CHGO, although the two stations each produce their own separate morning programs. CHGO and CJGO are owned by RNC Media.

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Coordinates: 48°49′45″N 79°12′04″W / 48.82917°N 79.20111°W / 48.82917; -79.20111