CKCJ-FM

CKCJ-FM, Community, Lebel-sur-Quévillon

Le son du 49e

StationYearFreq.PowerOwner/Info
CKCJ-FM
2018
97.9
50
Le son du 49e
2016

On January 29, The CRTC approved, subject to a condition of approval, an application by Le son du 49e for a broadcasting licence to operate a low-power, French-language community FM radio station in Lebel-sur-Quévillon. The Commission imposed on the applicant a condition of approval requiring that certain documents be filed beforehand, without which a licence could not be issued. The station would operate at 97.9 MHz (channel 250LP) with an effective radiated power of 50 watts (non-directional antenna with an effective height of antenna above average terrain of 33.8 metres). The applicant indicated that the station would broadcast a total of 126 hours of local programming per broadcast week. This programming would include, among other things, local and regional news, spoken word programs, as well as musical selections drawn from content categories 2 (Popular Music) and 3 (Special Interest Music). It would also be comprised of daily programs, local news, weather, sports and in-depth spoken word programming reflective of the realities of the Lebel-sur-Quévillon community and focusing on issues such as health, nutrition and the economy.

On August 5, the CRTC announced it had received the required documents and that Le son du 49e’s application was approved. The licence for the new station would expire August 31, 2022.

2018

CKCJ-FM signed on the air.

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