CIHR-FM is a Canadian radio station broadcasting at 104.7 FM in Woodstock, Ontario. The station plays a contemporary format branded as 104.7 Heart FM and is owned by Byrnes Communications Inc.7 FM. Since the flip of CIQM-FM from AC to hot AC in 2010, CIHR-FM, CIHR-FM has to provide protection to the East because of CHUM-FM, which broadcasts at 104.5 FM and has a higher power output. On March 17,2011, the applied to change the authorized contours by increasing the average effective radiated power from 7,096 watts to 8,950 watts. All other technical parameters would remain unchanged and this application received CRTC approval on November 10,2011. In 2015, CIHR-FM was the first station in the London-Woodstock radio market to upgrade to HD Radio operations, adding a second subchannel, for those without HD Radios, the new digital subchannel is broadcast on their website. 104.7 Heart FM CIHR history - Canadian Communications Foundation Query the RECs Canadian station database for CIHR-FM
CIKZ-FM is a Canadian radio station broadcasting at 106.7 FM in Kitchener, Ontario. The station airs a music format branded as Country 106.7. The station is owned by Rogers Media which sister stations CHYM-FM. CIKZ was licensed to Larche Communications, the original owner, by the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission in 2003. However, the station changed from 99.5 to 106.7 FM in 2005. Larche Communications also launched CICZ-FM in Midland and CICS-FM in Sudbury, on June 4,2007, Larche announced a deal to sell CIKZ to Rogers in exchange for CICX in Orillia. The deal, which was approved by the CRTC on December 24,2007, placed CIKZ in a cluster with Rogers existing CKGL, on January 28,2008, the station modified its on-air identity to reflect the new ownership. This included some of the personalities and its web site, as well as the adjustment of its branding. Shortly thereafter, Rogers moved the studios, previously in Waterloo. On May 30,2013, the station was rebranded as Country 106.7, other than the branding change, no format or staff changes are expected.
Country 106.7 KIX106 old link redirects to country1067. com CIKZ History - Canadian Communications Foundation Query the RECs Canadian station database for CIKZ-FM
CFBO-FM is a French language Canadian radio station broadcasting in Moncton, New Brunswick at 90.7 FM. The station airs an adult contemporary/community radio format branded as BO-FM and its studios are located at the Arts and Cultural centre in Dieppe. The CFBO call letters were first used from 1928 to 1934 for a Saint John, New Brunswick, after a change of ownership in 1934, the call letters changed to CHSJ and was heard at the 1120 kHz frequency. In 1945 the frequency moved to 1150 kHz, the original frequency of AM890 would eventually moved to 1210 kHz in 1933 and 1120 kHz in 1934. BO-FM CFBO-FM history - Canadian Communications Foundation Query the RECs Canadian station database for CFBO-FM
CKDG-FM is a radio station located in Montreal, Quebec. Unlike most FM stations, it broadcasts in mono to maximize its Signal to Noise Ratio to all its listeners, cKDGs studios are located on Avenue du Parc in Montreal. It identifies itself as Mike FM, CKDG-FM broadcasts multicultural programming, primarily in Greek, alongside programming in Armenian, Italian and Ukrainian. The station was known as CHCR when it was on closed circuit cable for decades. The station received CRTC approval in 2003 to operate a new ethnic FM radio station in Montreal. As of January 2012, the CRTC has yet to issue a decision regarding the move to 106.7, despite another broadcaster, Evanov Communications,105.1 MIKE-FM / CKDG CKDG-FM history - Canadian Communications Foundation Query the RECs Canadian station database for CKDG
K-Love is a contemporary Christian music radio programming service in the United States operated by the Educational Media Foundation. As of March 2013, the programming is simulcast on over 440 FM stations. K-Love has about 12 million listeners each week in cities including Chicago, Des Moines, New York City, Phoenix, San Antonio, San Diego and it is the sixth-most online-streamed station in the world. K-Love began in 1980 as a radio station with the call letters KCLB. It was a full-time contemporary Christian music radio station, launched by radio personality Bob Anthony, in Middletown, after several tries at purchasing a station in San Francisco, a small, non-commercial radio station was acquired just north of San Francisco for $67,000. On October 15,1982,91.9 KCLB came on the air for the first time with Bob Anthony as announcer, the very first song played on KCLB was Praise The Lord by The Imperials, which was a hit on the Christian Music charts in 1979. With the slogan The Positive Alternative, Christian Music Radio KCLB 92FM, in 1986, Dick Jenkins was hired as General Manager.
That same year, Bob Anthony left the station and moved to Oregon, on September 12,1988, a 9, 000-acre brush fire destroyed KCLBs main transmitter building on Geyser Peak. The radio station transmitter was relocated to 4, 000-foot Mount Saint Helena, the new location improved signal strength, and listeners reported they could now hear the station as far as 125 miles away. As KCLB continued to expand its reach, in 1987 the signal could be heard on transmitters in San Rafael, Salinas. In 1988, KCLB changed its letters to KLVR, and adopted its on-air brand name K-Love. By 1989, the signal could be heard in Santa Cruz, San Jose, K-Love expanded its reach during the 1990s by purchasing small stations and translators, and repeating its signal. In 1992, K-Love began using technology to expand to locations further away than just northern California. The Educational Media Foundation continued to purchase small translators in California but bought stations in Portland, San Diego, Arizona, Oklahoma City, during the 1990s, K-Love began to expand its on-air personalities.
Also Mike Novak, JD Chandler and Larry Wayne started working air shifts in the late 1990s, in addition to expanding the on-air talent, K-Love expanded its facilities and moved its headquarters from Santa Rosa to Sacramento in 1993. In 1998 K-Love increased its reach online by streaming live on klove. com, during the decade of the 2000s, K-Love went through a period of expansion through the purchase of stations and translators across the United States. On October 5,2000, Colorado Christian University sold KWBI Morrison/Denver, KJOL Grand Junction and KDRH Glenwood Springs, the Colorado radio network was sold for a reported $16.6 million. KWBI is now KLDV, and is one of K-Loves most listened to signals, K-Love picked up the KWBI calls for their radio station in Great Bend, Kansas
2YYY is a community radio station which broadcasts on 92.3 MHz FM in Young, New South Wales. The station holds a long term community radio broadcasting licence and began broadcasting in September 2004, 2YYY was formed by a group of local people in Young which was headed by the former General Manager of 2LF and 93.9 Star FM, Graham McDonald. The stations office and studios were located in the old TAB building in Cloete Street. ACMA found that 2YYY failed to encourage community participation and exceeded ACMA limits on broadcasting sponsorship announcements, a proposed sharing arrangement by ACMA would see 2YYY broadcast for six months and the Arts Council acquiring the license for six months from 4 January.3 MHz frequency. LFCB would broadcast from 1 July 2008 until 3 January 2009, in July 2008 2YYY, under the management of a fully constituted Board of Management, moved to its present location at 44a Lovell St. Young. The station has gone from strength to strength, and in early 2013, the ACMA offered 2YYY a long term licence. 2YYY continues to provide news, and a variety of music to its listeners.
All activities at 2YYY are performed by volunteer presenters, guided by a 7-person Board of Management
CJTS-FM was a French-language Canadian radio station located in Sherbrooke, Quebec. Owned and operated by Cogeco, it broadcast on 104.5 MHz using an antenna with an average effective radiated power of 9,200 watts. The stations transmitter was located at Mount Bellevue, the station was licensed by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission in 2003, and went on the air on May 31,2004. It was originally owned by local broadcaster Groupe Génération Rock, and had the call sign CIGR-FM, on June 18,2007, CIGRs owners announced a tentative deal to sell the station to Corus Entertainment. The transaction was approved by the CRTC in December 2007, and was completed as of January 28,2008, under Corus ownership, the station adopted the CKOY-FM call sign, which is a disambiguation of its sister station in Montreal, CKOI-FM. Since 2009, the station began to use the CKOI calls in its promotions for branding purposes, as CKOI Estrie and it changed its format to hot adult contemporary at the time.
Since the relocating, the station has good coverage in the city of Sherbrooke, on April 30,2010, Cogeco announced it would purchase Corus Quebecs radio stations, including CKOY-FM. Cogeco already owned CFGE-FM in Sherbrooke and would acquire CHLT-FM from Corus, the company proposed to convert CKOY to a repeater of Montreals CKAC, which was part of the Corus transaction. On February 1,2011, Cogeco swapped the formats on 104.5 FM and 107.7 FM. CJTS assumed the Souvenirs Garantis Classic hits format that was aired on CHLT107.7, that station assumed the CKOY-FM callsign. At the request of Cogeco, the CRTC cancelled the license for CJTS-FM on December 22,2011, CJTS-FM history at Canadian Communications Foundation Query the RECs Canadian station database for CJTS-FM
CKIC-FM was an instructional over-the-air campus radio station that broadcast in Winnipeg on the frequency 92.9 FM from April 27,2004 to July 4,2012. Starting in the Fall of 2012, it plans to return to the air as an radio station. In November 2003, former 92 CITI-FM and 100.3 The Q personality, Kick-FM is owned and operated by the non-profit corporation, Cre-Comm Radio, Inc. The station began broadcasting a test signal on December 15,2003, the station followed a Triple-A format. At the time, this was the first of its kind in Canada, Kick-FM used the tag line A Rock n Soul Adventure for the first year of its existence. With the arrival of short-lived CKFE-FM, Kick-FM migrated to a unique Modern Rock format, the selections featured songs popular in the UK and at College radio in the U. S. In addition, Kick-FM played more Winnipeg-based musicians than any station in the city. The majority of music on Kick-FMs play list was unique to this station, after several years as Winnipegs New Sound, Kick-FM began to identify itself as Winnipegs Indie Station - Independent Rock, Independent Talk.
The musical emphasis swung away from the more established artists and now concentrates on music by unsigned. For four years, the station hosted a weekday talk program by citizen journalist, community activist and government critic. This program was taken off the air by the board running the station, soon after a new President took office at Red River College. On January 23,2012, the CRTC ruled that radio stations in Canada must allow for community access similar to a community radio station. This move meant that CKIC chose to relinquish their licence due to this decision, on July 4,2012, at 4 PM, the station indeed shut down its operation as an over-the-air broadcaster and turned in the corresponding license to the CRTC. There was a reaction to this abandonment of the license, notably from former community members of the station. However, CKIC expected to return as a station for the start of the Fall 2012 semester. CKIC-FM history - Canadian Communications Foundation Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2002-227 Query the RECs Canadian station database for CKIC-FM
CFMV-FM is a French-language Canadian radio station located in Chandler, Quebec. Owned and operated by Radio du Golfe, it broadcasts on 96.3 MHz with a radiated power of 5,700 watts. The station has a contemporary music format. The station was licensed in 2004 on the frequency 92.1 MHz, the station shares its website with co-owned CJMC-FM in Sainte-Anne-des-Monts. On October 2,2009, CFMV applied to add a transmitter on 104.1 MHz at Percé. This application was denied on February 4,2010, on the grounds that the station would not meet conditions in regards to programming, CFMV-FM CFMV-FM history - Canadian Communications Foundation Query the RECs Canadian station database for CFMV-FM