CKLQ is an AM radio station serving Brandon, Manitoba, Canada and the surrounding area. It currently broadcasts at 880 kHz at a power of 10,000 watts, airing a country music format, along with radio coverage of Brandon Wheat Kings junior ice hockey. CKLQ is owned and operated by Riding Mountain Broadcasting, a subsidiary of Westman Communications Group. CKLQ started broadcasting in 1977 at a frequency of 1570 kHz and moved to its current frequency in 1985. It is housed, with its sister station CKLF, at 624 14th Street East, on Brandon's southeast side.
CKLU 96.7 FM is Laurentian University's campus and community radio station. Broadcasting 24/7 to ease your musical spirits.
It all began in 1984 with the introduction of a closed circuit station that could only be found on certain parts of the Laurentian University campus.
Now, thirty-four years later, CKLU has established itself as one of the most entertaining stations in the history of radio.
CKLU's full spectrum of shows have been proven to satisfy every radio lover's ears. With alternative radio programming featuring music from all over the globe to real talks on politics, health and sports, it's guaranteed that you will never be bored when tuning in.
CKMA-FM is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 93.7 FM in Miramichi, New Brunswick. Owned by Radio-MirAcadie Inc., the station broadcasts a French language community radio format for the region's Acadian community. On June 14, 2010, CKMA-FM applied to the CRTC to add a transmitter at Neguac, New Brunswick to operate on 102.9 MHz which received approval on August 6, 2010. Neguac's repeater callsign will be CKMA-FM-1.
CKMO-FM ("MyFM") is a Canadian radio station, which broadcasts an English language adult contemporary format on the frequency of 101.5 MHz/FM in Orangeville, Ontario. The station operates from a studio and offices on Mill Street, in downtown Orangeville. The My Broadcasting Corporation station received approval to broadcast from the CRTC on July 18, 2014. The station broadcasts with an average effective radiated power (ERP) of 338 watts (maximum ERP of 625 watts) with an effective height of antenna above average terrain of 55.1 metres. CKMO-FM is the only Orangeville-based station to specifically target Orangeville; the town's only other licensed radio station, CIDC-FM, focuses on the entire Greater Toronto Area.
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