CKJF-FM, Tourist, Québec City
Mass-Média Capitale inc.
|Mass-Média Capitale inc.
On March 2, the CRTC approved applications by La Radio touristique de Québec inc. for broadcasting licences to operate low-power, English- and French-language tourist FM radio programming undertakings in Québec. The stations would broadcast tourist information consisting of pre-recorded messages pertaining to tourist attractions and activities in the Québec City region. The English-language station would operate at 89.7 MHz with an effective radiated power of 16 watts. The French-language station would operate at 90.3 MHz with an effective radiated power of 16 watts. The licences would expire August 31, 2012.
The stations signed on the air.
On August 26, the CRTC denied the application to change the authorized contours of CKJF-FM by increasing the average ERP from 12.7 watts to 79.4 watts and by decreasing the antenna height.
On August 19, the CRTC denied La Radio touristique de Québec’s application to change CKJF’s frequency from 90.3 to 106.9, and to increase the maximum ERP from 16 watts to 100 watts.
On October 26, CRTC approval was given to have CKJF move from 90.3 to 106.9 and to change ERP from 16 to 250 watts.
On September 17, the CRTC approved the application by Mass-Média Capitale inc. to relocate CKJF-FM’s antenna, decrease the average ERP from 115 to 98 watts and the maximum ERP from 250 to 214 watts and increase antenna height. The changes were necessary because the land and building on which CJNG had been using were recently sold and were no longer available.
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