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    Historique de CBV Québec et de ses stations de retransmission

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    proutporut Historique de CBV Québec et de ses stations de retransmission

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    CBV-AM (Premiere Chain), Québec City, Canadian Broadcasting Corp.


    1934
    On September 29, the Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission opened 1,000 watt CRCK. Programming was in English and French.

    1936
    In November, The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation was formed, replacing the CRBC. The CBC took over the operation of CRCK and the call sign was changed to CBV in early 1937.

    1941
    On March 29, CBV moved from 950 to 980 kHz. Power was 1,000 watts.

    1944
    The CBC commenced construction of its new studios in the Palais Montcalm in Quebec City. Studios and offices were now in the Chateau Fontenac.



    1945
    CBC Quebec Regional Network: CBF, CBV, CBJ.

    M. Valiquette was CBV's manager.

    1946
    Studios were located at Palais Montcalm, transmitter at Charlesbourg.

    1957
    By 1957, CBV 980 had increased power to 5,000 watts (DA-1). The transmitter and two 260 foot towers were located near St. Jean Chrysostome in Levis County.

    1972
    CBV was authorized to add a transmitter at CBV at Iles-de-la-Madeleine, operating on the FM frequency of 93.5 MHz with effective radiated power of 4,500 watts (non-directional).

    1974
    CBV-FM stereo signed on in.

    When CBV had its licence renewed, the following rebraodcast transmitters were also renewed (this list may not represent all of CBV's transmitters as some licences may have been renewed on other dates): CBFS Sanmaur, CBFD St-Fabien-de-Panet, CBFU Clova, and CBIM-FM Iles-de-la-Madeleine.

    1975

    CBV received permission to add a transmitter at St-Fabien-de-Panet, on 96.5 MHz with ERP of 832 watts.

    1976
    When CBV had its licence renewed, the following transmitters were included: CBFQ Lac-Edouard, CBFP Parent, CBFS Sanmaur, CBFU Clova, CBFB Megantic, and CBFD-FM St-Fabien-de-Panet.

    CBV received approval to increase power from 5,000 watts full-time to 50,000 watts day and night, with a change of antenna site.

    The power increase to 50,000 watts (single directional pattern) went into effect on
    October 27.

    1985
    The CBC received approval January 28 to change the program source for CBV-1 Parent, CBV-2 Lac Edouard and CBV-3 Clova from CBV Quebec City to CBF Montreal, to be received via satellite.

    On July 9, the following transmitters were authorized to change frequency: CBV-5-FM Saint-Fabien-de-Panet (96.5 to 93.7 MHz) and CBV-6-FM La Malbaie (92.9 to 99.3 MHz).

    1991
    On February 11, CBV was authorized to add a transmitter at Saint-Pamphile, using a frequency of 88.7 MHz, with an effective radiated power of 840 watts. It would receive its programming from the CBV rebroadcast transmitter at Saint-Fabien-de-Panet. The new transmitter was required because CHGB La Pocatière and its rebroadcaster CHAL Saint-Pamphile had received approval to disaffiliate from Radio-Canada.

    1992
    CBV received approval June 19 to decrease effective radiated power for CBV-4-FM Saint-Pamphile from 840 watts to 630 watts, and to increase antenna height.

    1995
    The CBC announced plans to restore local programming at CBV-FM and at CJBR-FM in Rimouski.

    1997
    On July 4, CBV was given approval to convert to the FM band, operating on 106.3 MHz with 20,000 watts of effective radiated power. The conversion to FM would correct the reception problems experienced by some CBV listeners, particularly at night. CBV would continue to operate its transmitters CBV-4-FM Saint-Pamphile, CBV-5-FM Saint-Fabien-de-Panet, CBV-6-FM La Malbaie, CBV-7-FM Saint-Georges (Beauce) and CBV-8-FM Thetford Mines.

    The Radio-Canada network was renamed "Première Chaîne" on September 1.

    Undated
    CBV 980 moved to the FM dial. With the move, CBV-FM (stereo) became CBVX.

    1999
    On April 8, CBV-FM received approval to add at transmitter at Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, operating on frequency 96.7 MHz with an effective radiated power of 124 watts. The new transmitter would enable CBV-FM to offer a better quality service in the region located along Route 138, between Montmorency and Beaupré.

    2001
    In 2001, CBV-FM operated the following transmitters: CBV-FM-6 La Malbaie, CBV-FM-5 Saint-Fabien-de-Panet, CBV-FM-7 Saint-Georges-de-Beauce, CBV-FM-4 Saint-Pamphile, CBV-FM-1 Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, and CBV-FM-8 Thetford Mines. CBV-FM broadcasts approximately 46 hours of local programming each week from Québec.

    2009
    On May 12 the CRTC renewed CBV-FM's licence. The renewal included the following rebroadcast transmitters: CBV-FM-1 Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre, CBV-FM-4 Saint-Pamphile, CBV-FM-5 Saint-Fabien-de-Panet, CBV-FM-6 La Balbaie, CBV-FM-7 Saint-Georges-de-Beauce, and CBV-FM-8 Thetford Mines.

    Written by Bill Dulmage - Updated December, 2009



    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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    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

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

    CBV-AM (Premiere Chain), Québec City, Canadian Broadcasting Corp.

    1934
    On September 29, the Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission opened 1,000 watt CRCK. Programming was in English and French.

    1936
    In November, The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation was formed, replacing the CRBC. The CBC took over the operation of CRCK and the call sign was changed to CBV in early 1937.

    1941
    On March 29, CBV moved from 950 to 980 kHz. Power was 1,000 watts.

    1944
    The CBC commenced construction of its new studios in the Palais Montcalm in Quebec City. Studios and offices were now in the Chateau Fontenac.

    1945
    CBC Quebec Regional Network: CBF, CBV, CBJ.

    M. Valiquette was CBV's manager.

    1946
    Studios were located at Palais Montcalm, transmitter at Charlesbourg.

    The CBC announced plans to increase CBV's power to 5,000 watts.

    1947
    M. Valiquiette was manager and Omer Renaud was commercial manager. Renaud left the CBC to head a station representation firm. He had been commercial manager for CBC's Quebec stations.

    1948
    Marcel Ouimet was manager and M. Valiquette was sales manager for CBF, CBM and CBV. Guy Dumais was manager later in the year.

    1954
    Quebec City and the CBC signed a contract whereby the CBC would lease offices in the municipal auditorium for 10 years at $8,000 annually. Until now, the offices were rented for $2,500 a year.

    1957
    By 1957, CBV 980 had increased power to 5,000 watts (DA-1). The transmitter and two 260 foot towers were located near St. Jean Chrysostome in Levis County.

    1972
    CBV was authorized to add a transmitter at CBV at Iles-de-la-Madeleine, operating on the FM frequency of 93.5 MHz with effective radiated power of 4,500 watts (non-directional).

    1974
    CBV-FM stereo signed on in.

    When CBV had its licence renewed, the following rebraodcast transmitters were also renewed (this list may not represent all of CBV's transmitters as some licences may have been renewed on other dates): CBFS Sanmaur, CBFD St-Fabien-de-Panet, CBFU Clova, and CBIM-FM Iles-de-la-Madeleine.

    1975
    CBV received permission to add a transmitter at St-Fabien-de-Panet, on 96.5 MHz with ERP of 832 watts.

    1976
    When CBV had its licence renewed, the following transmitters were included: CBFQ Lac-Edouard, CBFP Parent, CBFS Sanmaur, CBFU Clova, CBFB Megantic, and CBFD-FM St-Fabien-de-Panet.

    CBV received approval to increase power from 5,000 watts full-time to 50,000 watts day and night, with a change of antenna site.

    The power increase to 50,000 watts (single directional pattern) went into effect on
    October 27.

    1985
    The CBC received approval January 28 to change the program source for CBV-1 Parent, CBV-2 Lac Edouard and CBV-3 Clova from CBV Quebec City to CBF Montreal, to be received via satellite.

    On July 9, the following transmitters were authorized to change frequency: CBV-5-FM Saint-Fabien-de-Panet (96.5 to 93.7 MHz) and CBV-6-FM La Malbaie (92.9 to 99.3 MHz).

    1991
    On February 11, CBV was authorized to add a transmitter at Saint-Pamphile, using a frequency of 88.7 MHz, with an effective radiated power of 840 watts. It would receive its programming from the CBV rebroadcast transmitter at Saint-Fabien-de-Panet. The new transmitter was required because CHGB La Pocatière and its rebroadcaster CHAL Saint-Pamphile had received approval to disaffiliate from Radio-Canada.

    1992
    CBV received approval June 19 to decrease effective radiated power for CBV-4-FM Saint-Pamphile from 840 watts to 630 watts, and to increase antenna height.

    1995
    The CBC announced plans to restore local programming at CBV-FM and at CJBR-FM in Rimouski.

    1997
    On July 4, CBV was given approval to convert to the FM band, operating on 106.3 MHz with 20,000 watts of effective radiated power. The conversion to FM would correct the reception problems experienced by some CBV listeners, particularly at night. CBV would continue to operate its transmitters CBV-4-FM Saint-Pamphile, CBV-5-FM Saint-Fabien-de-Panet, CBV-6-FM La Malbaie, CBV-7-FM Saint-Georges (Beauce) and CBV-8-FM Thetford Mines.

    The Radio-Canada network was renamed "Première Chaîne" on September 1.

    Undated
    CBV 980 moved to the FM dial. With the move, CBV-FM (stereo) became CBVX.

    1999
    On April 8, CBV-FM received approval to add at transmitter at Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, operating on frequency 96.7 MHz with an effective radiated power of 124 watts. The new transmitter would enable CBV-FM to offer a better quality service in the region located along Route 138, between Montmorency and Beaupré.

    2001
    In 2001, CBV-FM operated the following transmitters: CBV-FM-6 La Malbaie, CBV-FM-5 Saint-Fabien-de-Panet, CBV-FM-7 Saint-Georges-de-Beauce, CBV-FM-4 Saint-Pamphile, CBV-FM-1 Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, and CBV-FM-8 Thetford Mines. CBV-FM broadcasts approximately 46 hours of local programming each week from Québec.

    2009
    On May 12 the CRTC renewed CBV-FM's licence. The renewal included the following rebroadcast transmitters: CBV-FM-1 Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre, CBV-FM-4 Saint-Pamphile, CBV-FM-5 Saint-Fabien-de-Panet, CBV-FM-6 La Balbaie, CBV-FM-7 Saint-Georges-de-Beauce, and CBV-FM-8 Thetford Mines.

    Written by Bill Dulmage - Updated June, 2010

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    proutporut Re: Historique de CBV Québec et de ses stations de retransmission

    Message par Carl Fiset le Ven 17 Sep - 11:05

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

    CBV-AM (Premiere Chain), Québec City, Canadian Broadcasting Corp.

    1934
    On September 29, the Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission opened 1,000 watt CRCK. Programming was in English and French.

    1936
    In November, The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation was formed, replacing the CRBC. The CBC took over the operation of CRCK and the call sign was changed to CBV in early 1937.

    1941
    On March 29, CBV moved from 950 to 980 kHz. Power was 1,000 watts.

    1944
    The CBC commenced construction of its new studios in the Palais Montcalm in Quebec City. Studios and offices were now in the Chateau Fontenac.

    1945
    CBC Quebec Regional Network: CBF, CBV, CBJ.

    M. Valiquette was CBV's manager.

    1946
    Studios were located at Palais Montcalm, transmitter at Charlesbourg.

    The CBC announced plans to increase CBV's power to 5,000 watts.

    1947
    M. Valiquiette was manager and Omer Renaud was commercial manager. Renaud left the CBC to head a station representation firm. He had been commercial manager for CBC's Quebec stations.

    1948
    Marcel Ouimet was manager and M. Valiquette was sales manager for CBF, CBM and CBV. Guy Dumais was manager later in the year.

    1954
    Quebec City and the CBC signed a contract whereby the CBC would lease offices in the municipal auditorium for 10 years at $8,000 annually. Until now, the offices were rented for $2,500 a year.

    1954-55
    Ad: Marconi equipped CBN, CBY, CBI, CBV and CBO with new Gates transmitters.

    1957
    By 1957, CBV 980 had increased power to 5,000 watts (DA-1). The transmitter and two 260 foot towers were located near St. Jean Chrysostome in Levis County.

    1972
    CBV was authorized to add a transmitter at CBV at Iles-de-la-Madeleine, operating on the FM frequency of 93.5 MHz with effective radiated power of 4,500 watts (non-directional).

    1974
    CBV-FM stereo signed on in.

    When CBV had its licence renewed, the following rebraodcast transmitters were also renewed (this list may not represent all of CBV's transmitters as some licences may have been renewed on other dates): CBFS Sanmaur, CBFD St-Fabien-de-Panet, CBFU Clova, and CBIM-FM Iles-de-la-Madeleine.

    1975
    CBV received permission to add a transmitter at St-Fabien-de-Panet, on 96.5 MHz with ERP of 832 watts.

    1976
    When CBV had its licence renewed, the following transmitters were included: CBFQ Lac-Edouard, CBFP Parent, CBFS Sanmaur, CBFU Clova, CBFB Megantic, and CBFD-FM St-Fabien-de-Panet.

    CBV received approval to increase power from 5,000 watts full-time to 50,000 watts day and night, with a change of antenna site.

    The power increase to 50,000 watts (single directional pattern) went into effect on
    October 27.

    1985
    The CBC received approval January 28 to change the program source for CBV-1 Parent, CBV-2 Lac Edouard and CBV-3 Clova from CBV Quebec City to CBF Montreal, to be received via satellite.

    On July 9, the following transmitters were authorized to change frequency: CBV-5-FM Saint-Fabien-de-Panet (96.5 to 93.7 MHz) and CBV-6-FM La Malbaie (92.9 to 99.3 MHz).

    1991
    On February 11, CBV was authorized to add a transmitter at Saint-Pamphile, using a frequency of 88.7 MHz, with an effective radiated power of 840 watts. It would receive its programming from the CBV rebroadcast transmitter at Saint-Fabien-de-Panet. The new transmitter was required because CHGB La Pocatière and its rebroadcaster CHAL Saint-Pamphile had received approval to disaffiliate from Radio-Canada.

    1992
    CBV received approval June 19 to decrease effective radiated power for CBV-4-FM Saint-Pamphile from 840 watts to 630 watts, and to increase antenna height.

    1995
    The CBC announced plans to restore local programming at CBV-FM and at CJBR-FM in Rimouski.

    1997
    On July 4, CBV was given approval to convert to the FM band, operating on 106.3 MHz with 20,000 watts of effective radiated power. The conversion to FM would correct the reception problems experienced by some CBV listeners, particularly at night. CBV would continue to operate its transmitters CBV-4-FM Saint-Pamphile, CBV-5-FM Saint-Fabien-de-Panet, CBV-6-FM La Malbaie, CBV-7-FM Saint-Georges (Beauce) and CBV-8-FM Thetford Mines.

    The Radio-Canada network was renamed "Première Chaîne" on September 1.

    Undated
    CBV 980 moved to the FM dial. With the move, CBV-FM (stereo) became CBVX.

    1999
    On April 8, CBV-FM received approval to add at transmitter at Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, operating on frequency 96.7 MHz with an effective radiated power of 124 watts. The new transmitter would enable CBV-FM to offer a better quality service in the region located along Route 138, between Montmorency and Beaupré.

    2001
    In 2001, CBV-FM operated the following transmitters: CBV-FM-6 La Malbaie, CBV-FM-5 Saint-Fabien-de-Panet, CBV-FM-7 Saint-Georges-de-Beauce, CBV-FM-4 Saint-Pamphile, CBV-FM-1 Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, and CBV-FM-8 Thetford Mines. CBV-FM broadcasts approximately 46 hours of local programming each week from Québec.

    2009
    On May 12 the CRTC renewed CBV-FM's licence. The renewal included the following rebroadcast transmitters: CBV-FM-1 Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre, CBV-FM-4 Saint-Pamphile, CBV-FM-5 Saint-Fabien-de-Panet, CBV-FM-6 La Balbaie, CBV-FM-7 Saint-Georges-de-Beauce, and CBV-FM-8 Thetford Mines.

    Written by Bill Dulmage - Updated September, 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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    Message par Carl Fiset le Jeu 6 Jan - 13:52

    CBV-AM (Premiere Chain), Québec City
    , Canadian Broadcasting Corp.

    1934
    On September 29, the Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission opened 1,000 watt CRCK. Programming was in English and French.

    1936
    In November, The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation was formed, replacing the CRBC. The CBC took over the operation of CRCK and the call sign was changed to CBV in early 1937.

    1939
    Aurele-Marie Seguin was named director.

    1941
    On March 29, CBV moved from 950 to 980 kHz. Power was 1,000 watts.

    1944
    The CBC commenced construction of its new studios in the Palais Montcalm in Quebec City. Studios and offices were now in the Chateau Fontenac.

    1945
    CBC Quebec Regional Network: CBF, CBV, CBJ.

    M. Valiquette was CBV's manager.

    1946
    Studios were located at Palais Montcalm, transmitter at Charlesbourg.

    The CBC announced plans to increase CBV's power to 5,000 watts.

    1947
    M. Valiquiette was manager and Omer Renaud was commercial manager. Renaud left the CBC to head a station representation firm. He had been commercial manager for CBC's Quebec stations.

    1948
    Marcel Ouimet was manager and M. Valiquette was sales manager for CBF, CBM and CBV. Guy Dumais was manager later in the year.

    1954
    Quebec City and the CBC signed a contract whereby the CBC would lease offices in the municipal auditorium for 10 years at $8,000 annually. Until now, the offices were rented for $2,500 a year.

    1954-55
    Ad: Marconi equipped CBN, CBY, CBI, CBV and CBO with new Gates transmitters.

    1955
    Gerard Lamarche was appointed CBC director for the province of Quebec. He had been with the CBC since 1942. In 1952, he was named program director of CBF and became provincial program director last year.

    1957
    By 1957, CBV 980 had increased power to 5,000 watts (DA-1). The transmitter and two 260 foot towers were located near St. Jean Chrysostome in Levis County.

    1972
    CBV was authorized to add a transmitter at CBV at Iles-de-la-Madeleine, operating on the FM frequency of 93.5 MHz with effective radiated power of 4,500 watts (non-directional).

    1974
    CBV-FM stereo signed on in.

    When CBV had its licence renewed, the following rebraodcast transmitters were also renewed (this list may not represent all of CBV's transmitters as some licences may have been renewed on other dates): CBFS Sanmaur, CBFD St-Fabien-de-Panet, CBFU Clova, and CBIM-FM Iles-de-la-Madeleine.

    1975
    CBV received permission to add a transmitter at St-Fabien-de-Panet, on 96.5 MHz with ERP of 832 watts.

    1976
    When CBV had its licence renewed, the following transmitters were included: CBFQ Lac-Edouard, CBFP Parent, CBFS Sanmaur, CBFU Clova, CBFB Megantic, and CBFD-FM St-Fabien-de-Panet.

    CBV received approval to increase power from 5,000 watts full-time to 50,000 watts day and night, with a change of antenna site.

    The power increase to 50,000 watts (single directional pattern) went into effect on
    October 27.

    1985
    The CBC received approval January 28 to change the program source for CBV-1 Parent, CBV-2 Lac Edouard and CBV-3 Clova from CBV Quebec City to CBF Montreal, to be received via satellite.

    On July 9, the following transmitters were authorized to change frequency: CBV-5-FM Saint-Fabien-de-Panet (96.5 to 93.7 MHz) and CBV-6-FM La Malbaie (92.9 to 99.3 MHz).

    1991
    On February 11, CBV was authorized to add a transmitter at Saint-Pamphile, using a frequency of 88.7 MHz, with an effective radiated power of 840 watts. It would receive its programming from the CBV rebroadcast transmitter at Saint-Fabien-de-Panet. The new transmitter was required because CHGB La Pocatière and its rebroadcaster CHAL Saint-Pamphile had received approval to disaffiliate from Radio-Canada.

    1992
    CBV received approval June 19 to decrease effective radiated power for CBV-4-FM Saint-Pamphile from 840 watts to 630 watts, and to increase antenna height.

    1995
    The CBC announced plans to restore local programming at CBV-FM and at CJBR-FM in Rimouski.

    1997
    On July 4, CBV was given approval to convert to the FM band, operating on 106.3 MHz with 20,000 watts of effective radiated power. The conversion to FM would correct the reception problems experienced by some CBV listeners, particularly at night. CBV would continue to operate its transmitters CBV-4-FM Saint-Pamphile, CBV-5-FM Saint-Fabien-de-Panet, CBV-6-FM La Malbaie, CBV-7-FM Saint-Georges (Beauce) and CBV-8-FM Thetford Mines.

    The Radio-Canada network was renamed "Première Chaîne" on September 1.

    Undated
    CBV 980 moved to the FM dial. With the move, CBV-FM (stereo) became CBVX.

    1999
    On April 8, CBV-FM received approval to add at transmitter at Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, operating on frequency 96.7 MHz with an effective radiated power of 124 watts. The new transmitter would enable CBV-FM to offer a better quality service in the region located along Route 138, between Montmorency and Beaupré.

    2001
    In 2001, CBV-FM operated the following transmitters: CBV-FM-6 La Malbaie, CBV-FM-5 Saint-Fabien-de-Panet, CBV-FM-7 Saint-Georges-de-Beauce, CBV-FM-4 Saint-Pamphile, CBV-FM-1 Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, and CBV-FM-8 Thetford Mines. CBV-FM broadcasts approximately 46 hours of local programming each week from Québec.

    2009
    On May 12 the CRTC renewed CBV-FM's licence. The renewal included the following rebroadcast transmitters: CBV-FM-1 Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre, CBV-FM-4 Saint-Pamphile, CBV-FM-5 Saint-Fabien-de-Panet, CBV-FM-6 La Balbaie, CBV-FM-7 Saint-Georges-de-Beauce, and CBV-FM-8 Thetford Mines.

    Written by Bill Dulmage - Updated January, 2011

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


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