Selon la FCC:
CKLD-FM, Thetford Mines, Radio Mégantic Ltée.
CKLD began broadcasting on February 12, operating on 1230 kHz with a power of 250 watts. The station was owned by Radio Megantic Ltee. (H. Lagueux 93.8%).
CKLD was granted approval to increase power to 1,000 watts day and 250 watts night.
CJLP Disraeli is launched as a rebroadcaster of CKLD
CKLD moved to 1330 kHz and increased power to 10,000 watts.
On March 21, Radio Megantic Ltee was licenced to operate a network which would link CKLD, CKFL Lac Megantic, CFDA Victoriaville and a proposed new AM station at Plessisville. The network would be called Radio Apalache.
On June 8, Radio Megantic Ltee was authorized to disaffiliate CKLD and CJLP from Radio-Canada and to join Le Resseau Telemedia. Radio-Canada was granted FM licences to serve these communities and would maintain a modified affiliation agreement with Radio Megantic until FM receiver ownership was at sufficient level in the region.
On September 29, CKLD was granted a move to the FM dial, operating on 105.5 MHz with an effective radiated power of 3,000 watts.
CKLD moved to the FM dial. The old CKLD-AM went silent on August 31.
Radio Mégantic was given approval to add a transmitter at Disraeli to rebroadcast the programs of CKLD. The new station would replace CJLP-AM and operate on 107.1 MHz with an effective radiated power of 57.2 watts.
Written by Bill Dulmage - December, 2006