Changes on Canadian AM band

March 5, 2007 at 8:35 am Leave a comment

560 CHVO Carbonear (NL). The station has reapplied (original application last year was withdrawn from the public hearing) to move to FM (103.9 MHz). Official city of license is Spaniard’s Bay according to Industry Canada.

1610 CHHA Toronto (ON). This ethnic Spanish-language X-bander has reportedly returned to the air from its new transmitter site at the Port of Toronto.

1690 C… Montreal (PQ). There are now calls for the new ethnic outlet on 1690: it’ll be CJOL.

New applications in Montreal:
CRTC will hear eight applications for new stations in Montreal when it holds a public hearing April 30 at its headquarters in Gatineau, Quebec.
Three of them are for AM signals – Gospel Media Communications for a 5.8 kW Christian music outlet on 650, Radio Humsafar for a 1 kW ethnic station on 1400 and S.S. TV Inc. for a 10 kW ethnic station on 1410, which would replace the old CFMB signal at that frequency, since moved down the dial to 1280.


Entry filed under: Medium Wave, North America.

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