Selon la FCC:
Québec, Québec/Chaudière-Apalaches Quebec/Chaudiere-Apalaches
CKRB-FM, St-Georges-de-Beauce, Radio-Beauce Inc.
Radio Beauce Ltee opened CKRB 1400 on July 20, with a power of 250 watts.
CKRB moved to 1250 kHz and power increased to 5,000 watts.
The station moved to 1460 kHz and power increased daytime power to 10,000 watts. Night power remained 5,000 watts.
Radio Beauce Ltd. became Radio Beauce Inc.
On February 28, the transfer of 50% of Radio Beauce Inc. from the estate of Charles A. Thibaudeau to Jule Venne, Nelson Jalbert and Jacques Thibaudeau was approved.
50% of Radio Beauce Inc. was sold by the estate of Jules Venne to Nelson Jalbert, the other shareholder in the company. Mr. Jalbert now held effective control.
Radio Beauce launched CIRO-FM on June 22.
CIRO became CHJM.
On September 29, CKRB was given approval to move to the FM band, operating on 103.3 MHz with an effective radiated power of 2,175 watts.
CKRB 1460 moved to 103.3 FM.
Marie Jalbert purchased 100% of Radio Beauce inc.
Later in the year, Guy Simard purchased the company.
On April 29, CKRB was authorized to change frequency from 103.3 to 103.5 MHz, and increase effective radiated power from 2,175 watts to 17,000 watts. Radio Beauce stated the changes would improve the quality of the signal in its licensed area, in addition to providing continuous radio service along highway 173 and autoroute 73.
Written by Bill Dulmage - June, 2006