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    Historique de CHOM

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    Carl Fiset
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    proutporut Historique de CHOM

    Message par Carl Fiset le Mer 4 Oct - 22:44

    Selon le site de la Fondation Canadienne des Communications:
    http://www.broadcasting-history.ca/index3.html

    1963
    On July 16, Geoff Stirling launched CKGM-FM 97.7. The station simulcast CKGM-AM. Studios were at 1455 Drummond Street.

    On September 16, CKGM-FM began offering programming separate from CKGM-AM. Operating in stereo, 24 hours a day, CKGM-FM provided quality music (mostly instrumentals) and sophisticated talk programs, with four brief breaks per hour.

    1966
    By this time CKGM-FM was operating with an effective radiated power of 41,200 watts.

    1968
    CKGM-AM moved to 1310 Greene Avenue in Westmount.

    1969
    On October 28, CKGM-FM became CHOM-FM with an album rock format.

    On December 11, the application for the transfer of 1,000 common and 8,930 preferred shares of Maisonneauve Broadcasting Corp. Ltd. from Geoffrey W. Stirling to CHUM Ltd. was denied.

    1972
    On July 26, CHOM-FM was authorized to move its studios and offices from 1310 Greene Avenue to 1355 Greene Avenue in Westmount.

    1985
    CHUM Ltd. to purchased CHOM and CKGM from Maisonneuve Broadcasting Ltd. (Geoff Stirling).

    1991
    By this time, CHOM was operating with a power of 47,100 watts.

    1998
    CHOM was given permission to operate a transitional digital radio undertaking, using a transmitter installed at the Mont Royal tower in Montréal. The service would employ the EUREKA-147 digital audio broadcasting system, and operate on 1452,816 MHz with an effective isotropic radiated power of 11,724 watts.

    2001
    On December 20, Standard Radio Inc. (CJAD and CJFM) was given approval to purchase CHOM-FM from CHUM Limited. Standard took ownership of CHOM on February 1, 2002.
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    Message par Carl Fiset le Mer 4 Oct - 22:46

    Ce que Wikipédia raconte de CHOM:
    http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/CHOM

    CHOM est une station radiophonique anglophone de Montréal, au Québec. Jadis connue sous le nom de CKGM-FM, elle émet sur la fréquence 97,7 FM. Son programme musical contient surtout du rock classique et du nouveau rock. Cette station est maintenant la propriété de la société "Standard Radio", une entreprise qui exploite aussi les stations Mix 96 (CJFM) et CJAD 800 dans la région métropolitaine de Montréal.

    Fait surprenant : cette station, lors de ses débuts, était bilingue. En effet, les DJ parlaient le français et l'anglais en alternance. Cependant, à la suite d'une demande faite par CKOI FM (concurrente directe de CHOM) au CRTC, on a interdit à CHOM l'usage du français en ondes, faisant d'elle une station anglophone. Autre fait surprenant : plus de 50 % des auditeurs de CHOM sont francophones. Il n'est pas surprenant d'entendre des auditeurs en ondes qui ne parlent pas l'anglais !

    Mentionnons, parmi les différents présentateurs qui ont travaillé à CHOM, Claude Rajotte, un critique musical très reconnu au Québec.
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    Message par Carl Fiset le Mer 4 Oct - 23:00

    Une controverse au sujet de CHOM:
    http://www.cbsc.ca/francais/decisions/decisions/2005/050511.htm
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    Message par Carl Fiset le Jeu 19 Oct - 0:23

    Se pourrait-il que CHOM a augmenté récemment sa puissance de diffusion car il était presque impossible de le capter à Québec avec un équipement conventionnel? Maintenant, chez-moi on le capte et fait la bataille avec un poste américain, WNSX, à la fréquence 97,7. Fallait se rendre dans le coin de Daveluyville quasiement pour commenrcer à le capter sur la 20.


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    Message par Carl Fiset le Ven 23 Nov - 23:46

    Mise à jour:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CHOM-FM
    CHOM-FM

    CHOM
    City of license Montreal, Quebec
    Broadcast area Greater Montreal area
    Branding "CHOM 97.7"
    Slogan "The Spirit of Rock"
    First air date 1963
    Frequency 97.7 MHz
    Format classic rock
    ERP 41,200 watts
    Class C1
    Callsign meaning Arbitrary coinage
    Owner Astral Media
    Sister stations CFEI, CFZZ, CHOM, CITE, CJAD, CJFM, CKMF
    Website CHOM 97.7 (official website)

    CHOM-FM is an English language Canadian radio station located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

    Owned and operated by Astral Media, it broadcasts on 97.7 MHz from the Mount Royal candelabra tower, with an effective radiated power of 41,200 watts (class C1) using an omnidirectional antenna.

    The station has a classic rock format since 2002 and has had some type of rock format since 1969. It uses the brand name CHOM, pronounced as if it were a French word (that is, "shoam" (IPA /ʃom/) rather than "tchahm" (/tʃɑm/)).

    History

    CKGM-FM, as the station was originally known, was founded by Geoff Sterling as a sister station to AM station CKGM and opened on July 16, 1963. After a few weeks as a simulcast of CKGM, CKGM-FM launched a beautiful music format on September 1, 1963.

    On October 28, 1969, CKGM-FM changed its format to album-oriented rock. The first song played after the format switch was Richard Strauss' Also Sprach Zarathustra followed by The Beatles' Here Comes the Sun. The station would change its call sign to CHOM-FM only two years later on October 19, 1971.

    In 1974, CHOM-FM proposed to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) a plan in which the station would become bilingual (English/French). The CRTC accepted this plan but only on an experimental basis that would last three years; it also blocked a plan to implement quadraphonic broadcasting. In 1977, the station was forced by the CRTC to opt between the two languages, and after considering becoming a French-language station, it finally reverted back to English fulltime.

    CHOM-FM became increasingly popular, and in 1979 surpassed sister station CKGM in Bureau of Broadcast Measurement ratings. Both stations were sold to CHUM Limited on August 20, 1985.

    The 1993 loss of popular morning man Terry DiMonte to CJFM-FM (Mix 96), combined with new competition from American modern rock station WBTZ (better known as 99.9 The Buzz) starting in 1996, resulted in a decline in ratings which the station tried to stop by acquiring rights to the syndicated show of shock jock Howard Stern. Stern made his debut on CHOM-FM on September 2, 1997 amid much controversy as he launched himself on his very first show heard in Montreal in an anti-Francophone/anti-French tirade. His show was dumped a year later, on August 27, 1998, after numerous complaints to the CRTC about politically incorrect remarks interpreted by complainants as "sexist" and "homophobic", despite the fact that the show ran on a delay with more controversial comments being censored, which sometimes resulted in minutes of dead air. While the CRTC did not take any actions against CHOM-FM, it is generally believed that owner CHUM Limited feared other projects could be hampered by them having such a controversial host on one of their stations.

    The station was sold to Standard Broadcasting, which already owned CJAD and CJFM-FM in Montreal, effective in January 2002. This ownership change was promptly followed in February by a format change to classic rock and the return of DiMonte as morning man, which resulted in ratings improvements.

    Ownership changed hands again when on October 29, 2007, Astral Media took control of Standard Broadcasting and its assets.

    On November 21, 2007, CHOM announced in a statement that Terry DiMonte would be leaving the radio station to pursue a career outside of Quebec, at the Calgary classic rock station Q107. His final broadcast was on November 23, 2007. DiMonte will be replaced by Rob Kemp as of November 26, 2007. DiMonte's final words were, "Au revoir".

    [edit] CHOM weekly line-up

    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

    * Terry, Ted and Kim in the Morning (5:30 am–10:00 am)
    * CHOM's Midday Show with Sharon Hyland(10:00 am–3:00 pm)
    * Electric Lunch Hour with Sharon Hyland (12:00 am–1:00 pm)
    * CHOM's Midday Show with Sharon Hyland (1:00 pm–3:00 pm)
    * The Pete Marier Show (3:00 pm–5:00 pm)
    * CHOM's Drive at Five with Pete Marier (5:00 pm–6:00 pm)
    * Six O'Clock Road Block Show (6:00 pm–7:00 pm)
    * The Bilal Show (7:00 pm–12 am)
    * Brandon Craddock (12:00 am–5:30 am)

    Wednesday

    * Terry, Ted and Kim in the Morning (5:30 am–10:00 am)
    * CHOM's Midday Show with Sharon Hyland(10:00 am–3:00 pm)
    * Electric Lunch Hour with Sharon Hyland (12:00 am–1:00 pm)
    * CHOM's Midday Show with Sharon Hyland (1:00 pm–3:00 pm)
    * The Pete Marier Show (3:00 pm–5:00 pm)
    * CHOM's Drive at Five with Pete Marier (5:00 pm–6:00 pm)
    * Six O'Clock Road Block Show (6:00 pm–7:00 pm)
    * The Bilal Show (7:00 pm–10:00 pm)
    * Off the Record (10:00 pm–11:00 pm)
    * The Bilal Show (11:00 pm–12:00 am)
    * Brandon Craddock (12:00 am–5:30 am)

    [edit] CHOM weekend line-up

    Saturday

    * The Metal File (12:00 am–1:00 am)
    * Pete Marier Weekend Show (6:00 am–9:00 am)
    * Best of Terry, Ted and Kim (9:00 am–12:00 pm)
    * Tootall Weekend Show (12:00 pm–6:00 pm)
    * Randy Renaud Show (6:00 pm–8:00 pm)
    * CHOM's That 80's Show (8:00 pm–11:00 pm)
    * Randy Renaud Show (11:00 pm–12:00 am)
    * CHOM Rocks (1:00 am–6:00 am)

    Sunday

    * Sharon Hyland Show (6:00 am–9:00 am)
    * The Deep End with Nick Michaels (10 am–12:00 pm)
    * Tootall Weekend Show (12:00 pm–6:00 pm)
    * CHOM's Black Cat Alley (6:00 pm–9:00 pm)
    * Made in Canada (9:00 pm–10:00 pm)
    * Little Steven’s Underground Garage (10:00 pm–12:00 am)
    * CHOM Rocks (12:00 am–6:00 am)

    [edit] CHOM hosts

    * Terry DiMonte
    * Ted Bird
    * Kim Rossi
    * Sharon Hyland
    * Pete Marier
    * Randy Renaud
    * Nick Michaels
    * Tootall
    * Joe Benson
    * Brandon Craddock
    * Steven Van Zandt
    * Mike Metal (Mike Babins- Also the Producer of various CJAD Talk Shows)
    * Bilal


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