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    Historique de CFEL/CKOI Québec

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    Carl Fiset
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    Date d'inscription : 11/09/2006

    proutporut Historique de CFEL/CKOI Québec

    Message par Carl Fiset le Mer 17 Oct - 17:41

    Selon la FCC:

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

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

    CFEL-FM, Montmagny, Corus Entertainment Inc.

    1970s
    CFEL-FM 102.1 began broadcasting.

    1991
    On July 10, Power Broadcasting Corp. was authorized to purchase Radio Montminy Inc. (CFEL). Power Broadcasting Inc. was a subsidiary of Power Corporation of Canada (ultimately controlled by Paul Desmarais).

    1992
    As part of a inter-corporate reorganization, Power Broadcasting Inc. was authorized on August 18 to acquire CFEL-FM from Radio Montminy Inc., a Power subsidiary.

    2000
    On March 24, Corus Entertainment Inc. was given approval to puchase Power Broadcasting Corp.

    2006
    On August 10, CFEL was authorized to increase effective radiated power from 8,740 to 25,700 watts, relocate the transmitter to Angel-Guard, and decrease antenna height from 135 to 56 metres. In addition to serving Montmagny, CFEL would also now better serve Levis.

    It should be noted that CFEL 102,1 Émotion Rock’s studios and offices at this time were located at 191, chemin des Poirier in Montmagny.



    Written by Bill Dulmage - September, 2006


    Dernière édition par Carl Fiset le Ven 12 Nov - 16:14, édité 1 fois
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    Carl Fiset
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    proutporut Re: Historique de CFEL/CKOI Québec

    Message par Carl Fiset le Mer 17 Oct - 17:42

    On August 10, CFEL was authorized to increase effective radiated power from 8,740 to 25,700 watts, relocate the transmitter to Angel-Guard, and decrease antenna height from 135 to 56 metres. In addition to serving Montmagny, CFEL would also now better serve Levis.
    Il voulait dire L'Ange-Gardien, sur la Côte de Beaupré.


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    WebSnake

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    proutporut Re: Historique de CFEL/CKOI Québec

    Message par WebSnake le Jeu 29 Nov - 22:31

    Pour ceux que ca interessent.... Voici le croquis des studio de CFEL LÉVIS-Novembre 2007. Il peut manquer quelque trucs....mais ca lui ressemble sensiblement. Ce n'est seulement la partie studio car l'administration est a part.

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    proutporut Re: Historique de CFEL/CKOI Québec

    Message par Carl Fiset le Jeu 29 Nov - 22:36

    Merci Websnake pour le croquis.


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    proutporut Re: Historique de CFEL/CKOI Québec

    Message par WebSnake le Sam 1 Déc - 1:01

    Carl Fiset a écrit:Merci Websnake pour le croquis.

    Rare que le monde place ce genre d'info....Je trouve ca pertinent.

    Par contre, leur porte ouverte de mercredi dernier etait bien dans l'ensemble.
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    Carl Fiset
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    proutporut Re: Historique de CFEL/CKOI Québec

    Message par Carl Fiset le Ven 12 Nov - 16:13

    CFEL-FM (maintenant CKOI 102,1 Québec) est une station de radio du réseau CKOI située dans la région de Québec et diffusant sur la fréquence 102,1 FM. Elle appartient à Corus Québec.

    La station utilise une antenne directionnelle d'une puissance de 26,500 watts jusqu'à un maximum de 78,000 watts.
    Historique [modifier]

    CFEL-FM fut lancé en décembre 1986 par Radio Montminy Inc. dans la ville de Montmagny, dans la région de Chaudière-Appalaches. Elle fut rachetée le 10 juin 1991 par Power Broadcasting. Le 24 mars 2000, Corus Entertainment acheta Power Broadcasting. Le 10 août 2006, CFEL-FM a obtenu la permission de déplacer son antenne à L'Ange-Gardien et d'augmenter sa puissance de 8,740 à 25,700 watts dans le but de servir le secteur de Lévis. Le 3 octobre 2008, CFEL-FM a obtenu la permission de déplacer son antenne sur un site dans la ville de Québec et la puissance fut réduite à 26,500 watts.

    Le 6 novembre 2009, CFEL-FM devient CKOI 102,1 Québec et adopta le logo et identifications audio de la station CKOI-FM à Montréal (bien que ses lettres d'appels demeurent légalement CFEL-FM), formant un nouveau réseau avec CKOY-FM situé à Sherbrooke en Estrie.

    Le 30 avril 2010, Cogeco a annoncé l'achat des stations de Corus Québec pour 80$ millions, en attente d'approbation du CRTC.

    Source : http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/CFEL-FM


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    proutporut Re: Historique de CFEL/CKOI Québec

    Message par Carl Fiset le Ven 12 Nov - 16:16

    1970s
    CFEL-FM 102.1 began broadcasting.

    1991
    On July 10, Power Broadcasting Corp. was authorized to purchase CFEL-FM from Radio Montminy Inc. Power Broadcasting was a subsidiary of Power Corporation of Canada, and ultimately controlled by Paul Desmarais.

    Power took ownership of CFEL-FM a short time later. Former owner Michel Montminy remained with the station as general manager.

    2000
    On March 24, Corus Entertainment Inc. was given approval to purchase Power Broadcasting Corp.

    2006
    On August 10, CFEL was authorized to increase effective radiated power from 8,740 to 25,700 watts, relocate the transmitter to Angel-Guard, and decrease antenna height from 135 to 56 metres. In addition to serving Montmagny, CFEL would also now better serve Levis.

    It should be noted that CFEL 102,1 Émotion Rock’s studios and offices at this time were located at 191, chemin des Poirier in Montmagny.

    2008
    On October 3, the CRTC approved an application by Corus to move the transmitter for CFEL-FM from its current location in L'Ange-Gardien to a new site in Quebec. The licensee was also granted permission to delete the condition of licence regarding maintaining facilities in Montmagny. Following these changes, CFEL would no longer serve the Montmagny radio market. It would instead target listeners in the market of Levis and Quebec. Maximum effective radiated power would be reduced to 26,500 watts and the new effective antenna height above average terrain would be 157.5 metres. CFEL-FM's studios would move from Montmagny to Levis.

    2009
    On August 27, the CRTC renewed CFEL-FM's licence until August 31, 2016. The licensee commits to broadcasting 2.8 hours of local news from Monday to Friday and 10 minutes of local news on weekends.

    2010
    On April 30th, Corus Entertainment Inc. announced that they had reached an agreement with Cogeco Inc. for Cogeco to purchase the Corus Quebec radio stations: CKOI-FM , CKAC-AM, CHMP-FM and CFQR-FM Montreal , CFOM-FM102.9 and CFEL-FM Quebec City, CJRC-FM Gatineau , CIME-FM St-Jérôme, CHLT-FM and CKOY-FM Sherbrooke, and CHLN-FM Trois Rivieres.

    The deal would be subject to CRTC approval.




    Written by Bill Dulmage - Updated May 2010

    Source : http://www.broadcasting-history.ca/index3.php?url=http%3A//www.broadcasting-history.ca/listings_and_histories/radio/listings.php%3Fpt%3D212%26r%3D232


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    proutporut Re: Historique de CFEL/CKOI Québec

    Message par Carl Fiset le Jeu 6 Jan - 13:41

    Mise à jour :

    CFEL-FM, Levis / Montmagny
    , Cogeco Inc.

    1970s
    CFEL-FM 102.1 began broadcasting.

    1991
    On July 10, Power Broadcasting Corp. was authorized to purchase CFEL-FM from Radio Montminy Inc. Power Broadcasting was a subsidiary of Power Corporation of Canada, and ultimately controlled by Paul Desmarais.

    Power took ownership of CFEL-FM a short time later. Former owner Michel Montminy remained with the station as general manager.

    2000
    On March 24, Corus Entertainment Inc. was given approval to purchase Power Broadcasting Corp.

    2006
    On August 10, CFEL was authorized to increase effective radiated power from 8,740 to 25,700 watts, relocate the transmitter to Angel-Guard, and decrease antenna height from 135 to 56 metres. In addition to serving Montmagny, CFEL would also now better serve Levis.

    It should be noted that CFEL 102,1 Émotion Rock’s studios and offices at this time were located at 191, chemin des Poirier in Montmagny.

    2008
    On October 3, the CRTC approved an application by Corus to move the transmitter for CFEL-FM from its current location in L'Ange-Gardien to a new site in Quebec. The licensee was also granted permission to delete the condition of licence regarding maintaining facilities in Montmagny. Following these changes, CFEL would no longer serve the Montmagny radio market. It would instead target listeners in the market of Levis and Quebec. Maximum effective radiated power would be reduced to 26,500 watts and the new effective antenna height above average terrain would be 157.5 metres. CFEL-FM's studios would move from Montmagny to Levis.

    2009
    On August 27, the CRTC renewed CFEL-FM's licence until August 31, 2016. The licensee commits to broadcasting 2.8 hours of local news from Monday to Friday and 10 minutes of local news on weekends.

    2010
    On April 30th, Corus Entertainment Inc. announced that they had reached an agreement with Cogeco Inc. for Cogeco to purchase the Corus Quebec radio stations: CKOI-FM , CKAC-AM, CHMP-FM and CFQR-FM Montreal , CFOM-FM102.9 and CFEL-FM Quebec City, CJRC-FM Gatineau , CIME-FM St-Jérôme, CHLT-FM and CKOY-FM Sherbrooke, and CHLN-FM Trois Rivieres. The deal would be subject to CRTC approval.

    On December 17, the CRTC approved the transfer of various commercial radio programming undertakings from Corus Entertainment Inc. to Cogeco inc. The Commission received an application by Corus Entertainment Inc., on behalf of its wholly owned subsidiaries 591991 B.C. Ltd. and Metromedia CMR Broadcasting Inc., to transfer their shares and effective control from Corus to Cogeco inc. or one of its wholly owned subsidiaries (the proposed transaction). 591991 B.C. was the licensee of the French-language commercial radio programming undertakings CFOM-FM Lévis, CFEL-FM Lévis/Québec, CHLT-FM and CKOY-FM Sherbrooke, CKAC Montréal, CJRC-FM Gatineau and CHLN-FM Trois-Rivières. Metromedia was the licensee of the French-language commercial radio programming undertakings CKOI-FM Montréal, CHMP-FM Longueuil, CIME-FM Saint-Jérôme and its transmitters CIME-FM-1 Val-Morin and CIME-FM-2 Mont-Tremblant, and CFQR-FM Montréal, an English-language commercial radio programming undertaking. Following the proposed transaction, effective control of 591991 B.C. and Metromedia would be exercised by Cogeco, a corporation controlled by Gestion Audem inc. Since Cogeco committed to divesting itself of two stations in the Québec radio market, namely CJEC-FM Québec and CFEL-FM Lévis/Québec, the Commission is of the view that the transaction was in compliance with the Policy and that it did not raise any additional concern for the market. The Commission accordingly required that Cogeco divest itself of CJEC-FM and CFEL-FM no later than one year from the date of this decision and that in the interim ownership and control of the stations be transferred to a trustee pursuant to terms of the voting trust agreement addressed in Broadcasting Decision 2010-943. For the record, Cogeco already operated CJEC-FM and CJMF-FM in the Quebec market.

    Written by Bill Dulmage - Updated December, 2010

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


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