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    Histoire de CBVT-11

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    Carl Fiset
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    proutporut Histoire de CBVT-11

    Message par Carl Fiset le Sam 7 Juil - 23:25

    Historique de CBVT-TV 11 Québec. Sa naissance est reliée au départ de CFCM du réseau de la SRC.

    http://www.broadcasting-history.ca/listings_and_histories/television/histories.php?id=123&historyID=92

    Québec, Ville de Québec et Est du Québec / Quebec City and Eastern Quebec

    CBVT-TV, Quebec City, Societe Radio Canada

    1964
    The CBC launched CBVT channel 11 on September 3. The station operated as a French language Radio-Canada outlet.

    1966
    By this time, CBVT operated with an effective radiated power of 173,000 watts video.

    1968
    On May 28, CBVT-TV was authorized to add a transmitter at La Tuque, operating on channel 3 with an effective radiated power of 9,700 watts video and 1,900 watts audio (directional). Antenna height (EHAAT) would be 357 feet. The transmitter would receive CBVT programming directly over the air.

    1970
    Changes were authorized for CBVT-TV-1 at St-George-de-Beauce. It received its programming from CBVT on channel 11 and retransmitted on channel 2 with a directional power of five watts. It would move to a new antenna site and use a non-directional pattern.

    CBVT-TV-2 La Tuque (Channel 3) was authorized to increase effective radiated power from 9,700 watts video and 1,900 watts audio to 15,400 watts video and 1,540 watts audio. The signal would remain directional but antenna height would increase from 357 feet to 407 feet from a new tower location.

    1971
    A transmitter was authorized for Lac Megantic. It would rebroadcast CBVT-TV on channel 2 with a directional power of five watts.

    1983
    The power of CBVT's principal transmitter located on Ile d'Orléans was increased.

    Undated
    New rebroadcasters were established at Stoneham and Tewkesbury.

    1990
    On August 30, CBVT-6 Beauceville received approval to decrease effective radiated power from 8,000 watts to 3,840 watts.

    1991
    On December 5, 1990, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation announced its intention to implement, effective immediately, various reductions in service and other measures intended to address an estimated budget shortfall of approximately $108 million. Among the cuts, CBGAT Matane, CJBR-TV Rimouski and CBST Sept-Îles would become rebroadcasters of CBVT Quebec City. Separate station identification, public service announcements and commercial messages would still be fed to these stations from the CBVT studios. The CRTC approved these changes on June 28, 1991.

    1993
    Approval was granted July 19 for the relocation of the transmitter for CBVT-3 Lac Mégantic, to a site located 8 kilometres southeast of the present site; to increase the transmitter power from 8.9 watts to an effective radiated power of 246 watts; and to change the distribution channel from 2 to 12.
    1994
    On November 23, CBVT received authorization to delete the transmitter CBGAT-12 at Mont-Saint-Pierre.

    1996
    On August 28, the CBC received approval to change the program source for CBVT-2 La Tuque from CBVT Quebec to CBFT Montreal.

    1998
    As of this year, CBVT operated the following transmitters: CBST-7 Aguanish/ Natashquan, CBST-19 Baie-Comeau, CBST-8 Baie-Johan-Beetz, CBVT-6 Beauceville, CBST-17 Blanc-Sablon, CBGAT-6 Cap-Chat, CBGAT-14 Carleton, CBGAT-5 Causapscal, CBGAT-15 Chandler, CBGAT-16 Cloridorme, CBGAT-17 Gaspé, CBST-9 Gethsémanie /La Romaine, CBGAT-3 Grande Vallée, CBGAT-9 Gros-Morne, CBST-11 Harrington Harbour, CBST-1 Havre-Saint-Pierre, CBVT-4 Lac-Etchemin, CBGAT-19 Lac-Humqui, CBVT-3 Lac-Mégantic, CBGAT-18 L'Anse-à-Valleau, CBST-13 La Tabatière, CJBR-TV-1 Latour, CBGAT-23 Les Méchins, CBST-18 Longue-Pointe, CBGAT-8 Marsoui, CBGAT Matane, CBGAT-1 Mont-Climont, CBGAT-4 Mont-Louis, CBGAT-10 Mont-Louis-en-Haut, CBGAT-2 Murdochville, CBST-15 Old Fort Bay, CBGAT-20 Percé, CBGAT-21 Port-Daniel, CJBR-TV Rimouski, CBGAT-13 Rivière-à-Claude, CBGAT-22 Rivière-au-Renard, CBST-6 Rivière-au-Tonnerre, CBST-16 Rivière-Saint-Paul, CBST Sept-Iles, CBST-14 Saint-Augustin-Saguenay, CBGAT-11 Sainte-Anne-des-Monts, CBVT-5 Saint-Fabien-de-Panet, CBGAT-7 Saint-René-de-Matane, CBVT-8 Stoneham, CBST-12 Tête-à-la-Baleine, CBVT-7 Tewkesbury, and CBVT-9 Thetford Mines.

    2002
    CBVT received approval July 3 to operate a transmitter at Sainte-Famille, operating on channel 55, with an effective radiated power of 4,400 watts.


    On July 12, CBVT was authorized to decrease effective radiated power from 252,000 watts to 132,000 watts. In addition, the transmitter site would be relocated to Mont-Bélair. These changes would produce slightly reduced coverage towards the east, while coverage to the west would increase by about 40 kilometres.

    2004
    On September 29, CBVT was authorized to reduce its effective radiated power from 132,000 to 128,800 watts.

    CBVT received approval September 30 to decrease average effective radiated power from 4,400 watts to 3,150 watts and increase antenna height for its proposed transmitter at Sainte-Famille.

    2005
    On July 22, CBVT was given approval to operate a transitional digital television undertaking at Québec City, operating from a transmission site on Mont Bélair on channel 12VL with an average effective radiated power of 1,020 watts.





    Written by Bill Dulmage - July, 2007



    Note:
    1983
    The power of CBVT's principal transmitter located on Ile d'Orléans was increased.
    L'antenne d'origine à l'Isle d'Orléans était située à St-Laurent sur la route Prévost. Elle a été démantelé avec l'installation de celle à Ste-Famille et de celle sur le Mont-Bélair.
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    proutporut Re: Histoire de CBVT-11

    Message par Carl Fiset le Mer 27 Avr - 12:49

    Indicatif des années 80 de la station :



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    proutporut Re: Histoire de CBVT-11

    Message par Carl Fiset le Mer 27 Avr - 12:59

    À la télévision de Radio-Canada, on nous montrait plein de trucs durant les interludes dont des capsules qui expliquaient comment les choses de la vie de tous les jours étaient faites. Cette capsule ci-dessous explique comment fabrique-t-on les cannes de jus d'orange concentré. La musique est destroy mais ça me rappelle plein de souvenirs :



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    proutporut Re: Histoire de CBVT-11

    Message par Carl Fiset le Mer 27 Avr - 13:20

    Une autre interlude : Grand-Prix



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    proutporut Re: Histoire de CBVT-11

    Message par Carl Fiset le Mar 10 Mai - 13:23



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    proutporut Re: Histoire de CBVT-11

    Message par Carl Fiset le Mer 22 Juin - 9:27

    Une autre interlude



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