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    Historique de CBVX (Espace Musique)

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    Carl Fiset
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    proutporut Historique de CBVX (Espace Musique)

    Message par Carl Fiset le Mer 17 Oct - 17:39

    Selon la FCC:

    http://www.broadcasting-history.ca/index3.html

    Québec, Québec/Chaudière-Apalaches Quebec/Chaudiere-Apalaches

    CBVX-FM (Espace musique), Québec City, Société Radio-Canada

    1974
    The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation opened CBV-FM on September 12, to offer Radio-Canada’s FM stereo programming in the Quebec City area. It rebroadcast the programming of CBF-FM in Montreal.

    1980
    By this time, CBV-FM operated on a frequency of 95.3 MHz with an effective radiated power of 100,000 watts.

    1995
    On August 17, CBV-FM was issued a separate licence, allowing it to offer local programming consisting of weather reports and a cultural events billboard. All other programming would continue to originate with CBF-FM Montreal.


    1997
    CBV-FM received approval on June 9 to relocate the transmitter site from Île d'Orléans to Mont Bélair. Effective radiated power would be decreased 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 Radio-Canada FM stereo network became known as La Chaîne culturelle on September 1.

    1997-98
    CBV-AM (mono service) moved to the FM dial, becoming CBV-FM. The existing CBV-FM (stereo service) became CBVX-FM.

    1999
    On May 28, CBVX-FM received approval to add a transmitter at Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré in order to offer a better quality service in the region located along Route 138 between Montmorency and Beaupré. The new transmitter would operate on the frequency 89.9 MHz with an effective radiated power of 124 watts.

    CBVX-FM-1 Ste-Anne-de-Beaupre began broadcasting on November 10.

    2001
    By this time, CBVX-FM operated one rebraodcast transmitter: CBVX-FM-1 Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, and broadcast approximately 20 minutes of local arts billboard programming each week from Québec City.

    2002
    On April 30, CBVX-FM received permission to add transmitters at La Malbaie and Baie-Saint-Paul. The La Malbaie transmitter would broadcast on 91.5 MHz with effective radiated power of 960 watts while the Baie-Saint-Paul transmitter would operated on a frequency of 88.9 MHz with ERP of 350 watts.

    2003
    CBVX-FM received approval on February 14 to relocate the transmitter for CBVX-FM Baie Saint-Paul, to the CKRT-TV-1 site, and to increase its effective radiated power from 350 watts to 530 watts.

    CBVX-FM-2 La Malbaie and CBVX-FM-3 Baie-St-Paul began operations on July 4.

    2004

    La chaîne culturelle was renamed Espace musique in September.



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