Selon la FCC
Selon la FCC
Québec, Québec/Chaudière-Apalaches Quebec/Chaudiere-Apalaches
CBVE-FM (Radio One), Québec City, Société Radio-Canada
CBVE-FM signed on the air in March. It provided the CBC Radio network (most of its programming originated with CBM-AM Montreal) service to the Quebec City region on 104.7 MHz with effective radiated power of 100,000 watts. Studios and offices were located at 700 St. Cyrille Boulevard. CBVE-FM replaced CFOM-AM 1340 which the CBC had acquired a few years earlier.
On August 15, CBVE-FM 104.7 (100,000 watts) was granted a separate licence. CBVE-FM would broadcast programming originating from the CBC Radio (AM) network as well as 19 hours of local programming per week. The following rebroadcast transmitters would be reomved from the licence of CBM-AM Montreal and added to the new CBVE-FM licence: CBMI-FM Baie-Comeau, CBMS-FM Blanc-Sablon, CBVB-FM Chandler, CBMD Chapais, CBVC-FM Chibougamau, CBJE-FM Chicoutimi, CBMP-FM Chisasibi, CBVA-FM Escuminac, CBMR-FM Fermont, CBVG-FM Gaspé, CBMU-FM Harrington Harbour, CBVM-FM Iles-de-la-Madeleine, CBMT-FM La Tabatière, CBME La Tuque, CBMO Lac Mégantic, CBMK Lebel-sur-Quévillon, CBMN Malartic, CBVS-FM Mistassini, CBMJ Murdochville, CBVN-FM New Carlisle, CBVR-FM New Richmond, CBMV-FM Old Fort Bay, CBVP-FM Percé, CBVF-FM Port-Daniel, CBMY-FM Rivière-Saint-Paul, CBMA-FM Rouyn-Noranda, CBMX-FM Saint-Augustin-Saguenay, CBMF-FM Saint-Jovite, CBDN Schefferville, CBMM Senneterre, CBSE-FM Sept-Iles, CBMB-FM Sherbrooke, CBMC-FM Thetford Mines, CBMZ-FM Trois-Rivières, CBML Val-d'Or, CBMQ-FM Waskaganish, CBVW-FM Waswanipi and CBMW-FM Wemindji.
On December 15, CBVE-FM was granted a decrease in effective radiated power for CBVM-FM Iles-de-la-Madeleine, from 4,500 watts to 4,200 watts.
CBVE-FM received permission on December 7 to decrease the effective radiated power transmitter CBMS-FM Blanc Sablon from 100 watts to 78 watts.
On July 31, CBVE-FM was granted authority to decrease effective radiated power for CBMT-FM La Tabatière from 83 watts to 50 watts.
On June 4, CBVE-FM was authorized to relocate its transmitter from Île d'Orléans to Mont Bélair, and decrease effective radiated power from 100,000 watts to 24,900 watts. The changes would provide listeners in the region surrounding the city of Québec, particularly in Sainte-Foy, Sillery and surrounding areas, with a better quality signal.
The CBC Radio network (CBC Radio) was renamed "CBC Radio One" on September 1.
CBVE-FM received approval February 18 to decrease the effective radiated power of its transmitter CBJE-FM Chicoutimi, from 50,000 watts to 30,000 watts, and to change the frequency from 107.9 MHz to 102.7 MHz.
By this time, CBVE-FM Québec operated the following rebroadcast transmitters: CBMI-FM Baie Comeau, CBMS-FM Blanc-Sablon, CBVB-FM Chandler, CBMD Chapais, CBVC-FM Chibougameau, CBJE-FM Chicoutimi, CBMP-FM Chisasibi, CBVA-FM Escuminac, CBMR-FM Fermont, CBVG-FM Gaspé, CBMU-FM Harrington Harbour, CBVM-FM Iles-de-la-Madeleine, CBMT-FM La Tabatière, CBVE-1 La Tuque, CBMO Lac Mégantic, CBMK Lebel-sur-Quévillon, CBMN Malartic, CBVS-FM Mistassini, CBMJ Murdochville, CBVN-FM New Carlisle, CBVR-FM New Richmond, CBMV-FM Old Fort Bay, CBVP-FM Percé, CBVF-FM Port-Daniel, CBMY-FM Rivière-St-Paul, CBMA-FM Rouyn-Noranda, CBMX-FM St-Augustin-Saguenay, CBMF-FM St-Jovite, CBMH-FM Schefferville, CBMM Senneterre, CBSE-FM Sept-Iles, CBMB-FM Sherbrooke, CBMC-FM Thetford Mines, CBMZ-FM Trois-Rivières, CBML Val d'Or, CBMQ-FM Waskaganish, CBVW-FM Waswanipi, and CBMW-FM Wemindji. CBVE-FM broadcast approximately 25 hours of local programming each week from Québec.
On July 2, CBVE-FM received approval to make technical changes to its transmitter CBMZ-FM Trois-Rivières. The frequency would change from 106.9 MHz to 93.9 MHz, making 106.9 available for the use of CBF-FM-10 Sherbrooke so that it could add a transmitter at Magog. CBMZ-FM would also increase effective radiated power from 4,386 watts to 9,300 watts, and relocate the transmitter to a site 1.9 kilometres northeast of the existing site. These changes would restore CBMZ-FM's permanent facilities in Trois-Rivières following the Mont-Carmel tragedy and the subsequent demolition of the Westower in April of 2001.
Written by Bill Dulmage - March, 2007