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

    CFOM-FM, Lévis, Corus Entertainment inc,


    1967
    CFLS signed on the air in December.

    1971
    On April 27, the sale of CFLS to René Coulombe's Radio Etchemin Inc. was approved.

    1976
    CFLS was authorized to increase power from 250 watts to 1,000 watts and change frequency from 1240 kHz to 920 kHz.

    CFLS had its licence renewed but it was expected to carry out improvements in technical operation, personnel and programming.

    1979
    By this time, CFLS was operating on 920 kHz with a power of 1,000 watts

    1982
    Power increased to 10,000 watts in October.

    1985
    The following appointments were made at CFLS: Gilles St-Pierre (news director), Pierre Picard (general manager), Pierre Gingras (music director), Richard Blondin (producer), Jean-Pierre Maheux (technical director) and Alain Chouillard (program director).

    1988
    CFLS applied to the CRTC to move from 920 kHz to the FM band at 106.3 MHz with effective radiated power of 54,350 watts. The application was turned down. CFLS had been experiencing coverage problems despite spending $100,000 to increase power from 1,000 to 10,000 watts, and another $200,000 on AM stereo. The station complained of interference from CKCV Quebec and CBO Ottawa. CFLS and other Quebec City area stations had experienced financial difficulties in recent years, and in 1987 incurred a substantial loss. The CRTC suggested CFLS consider a move to 870 kHz.


    CFLS ceased operations July 15 following the CRTC's denial of its application for an FM frequency. General manager Pierre Picard said that a move to FM was the only remedy for a drastic loss in audience over recent years. CFLS employed 17 people.

    1989
    Following a period of serious financial difficulty culminating with the temporary closure of CFLS, the station decided this year to introduce a major change in its programming, opting for an exclusively country music format.

    1990
    The corporate name changed from Radio Etchemin Inc. to Entreprises Radio Etchemin Inc.

    CFLS turned around a difficult financial situation after a switch to a country / western and folk music format. It was airing 80% French vocals, well above the 65% objective set by the CRTC.

    1991
    Approval was given for CFAP-TV Quebec City to simulcast its regional newscasts over CFLS.

    CFLS switched from a talk format to country music. As a result, the simulcast of Le Grand Journal from TQS station CFAP-TV was discontinued. CFLS manager Yvon Lorrain said ratings doubled when the station replaced the TV newscast with its own programming.

    1992
    On September 9, CFLS was given approval to convert to the FM band, operating on 102.9 MHz with an effective radiated power of 32,600 watts. The existing country music format would continue to be offered. The CRTC said the format would be unique for FM in the Quebec City area.

    1993
    The move to the FM dial took place.

    1995
    CFLS-FM was given approval to decrease effective radiated power from 32,600 to 5,315 watts. This change followed the relocation of the station's antenna from Lévis to Mont-Bélair. The power decrease took place a short time later. The call letters had now changed from CFLS to CFOM. These call letters had been used in the past in the Quebec City market by the now dark AM 1340.


    CFLS switched from country to oldies.


    1996
    CFOM-FM was granted a power decrease from 5,315 to 3,597 watts, following an increase in antenna height.

    2001
    Radio Etchemin inc. was purchased by Groupe Radio Astral inc.

    2002
    CFOM was granted a power increase from 3,597 to 16,800 watts.

    2005
    On January 21, the CRTC approved an exchange of assets between Corus Entertainment Inc. and Astral Media Radio Inc. Corus acquired from Astral: CKAC Montréal, CHRC Québec, CJRC Gatineau, CKRS Saguenay, CHLN Trois-Rivières, CHLT and CKTS Sherbrooke, and CFOM-FM Lévis. Astral acquired from Corus: CFVM-FM Amqui, CJDM-FM Drummondville, CJOI-FM and CIKI-FM Rimouski, and CFZZ-FM Saint-Jean-Iberville.

    2009
    On August 27, the CRTC renewed CFOM-FM's licence until August 31, 2016. Conditions include: The licensee shall, as an exception to the percentage of Canadian musical selections set out in sections 2.2(Cool and 2.2(9) of the Radio Regulations, 1986 (the Regulations), in any broadcast week where at least 90% of musical selections from content category 2 that it broadcasts are selections released before 1 January 1981: devote, in that broadcast week, a minimum of 30% of its musical selections from content category 2 to Canadian selections broadcast in their entirety; and devote between 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., in the period from Monday to Friday of the same broadcast week, a minimum of 30% of its musical selections from content category 2 to Canadian selections broadcast in their entirety. Commitment: The licensee commits to broadcasting a total of 1.4 hours of local news each week, from Monday to Friday.

    Written by Bill Dulmage - Updated September, 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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    CFOM-FM, Lévis, Corus Entertainment inc,

    1967
    CFLS was scheduled to open on December 1, operating on 1240 kHz with a full-time power of 250 watts. Studios and offices would be at 24 Trans Canada East in Levis. Adrien Begin, publisher of the Levis-Lauzon Tribune was president of the company. Pat Gendron was general manager. He had been assistant manager at CJEM Edmundston. Stephen Guay was sales manager. He had been local sales manager at CKBM Montmagny. CFLS signed on the air in December.

    1971
    On April 27, the sale of CFLS to René Coulombe's Radio Etchemin Inc. was approved.

    1976
    CFLS was authorized to increase power from 250 watts to 1,000 watts and change frequency from 1240 kHz to 920 kHz.

    CFLS had its licence renewed but it was expected to carry out improvements in technical operation, personnel and programming.

    1979
    By this time, CFLS was operating on 920 kHz with a power of 1,000 watts

    1982
    Power increased to 10,000 watts in October.

    1985
    The following appointments were made at CFLS: Gilles St-Pierre (news director), Pierre Picard (general manager), Pierre Gingras (music director), Richard Blondin (producer), Jean-Pierre Maheux (technical director) and Alain Chouillard (program director).

    1988
    CFLS applied to the CRTC to move from 920 kHz to the FM band at 106.3 MHz with effective radiated power of 54,350 watts. The application was turned down. CFLS had been experiencing coverage problems despite spending $100,000 to increase power from 1,000 to 10,000 watts, and another $200,000 on AM stereo. The station complained of interference from CKCV Quebec and CBO Ottawa. CFLS and other Quebec City area stations had experienced financial difficulties in recent years, and in 1987 incurred a substantial loss. The CRTC suggested CFLS consider a move to 870 kHz.

    CFLS ceased operations July 15 following the CRTC's denial of its application for an FM frequency. General manager Pierre Picard said that a move to FM was the only remedy for a drastic loss in audience over recent years. CFLS employed 17 people.

    1989
    Following a period of serious financial difficulty culminating with the temporary closure of CFLS, the station decided this year to introduce a major change in its programming, opting for an exclusively country music format.

    1990
    The corporate name changed from Radio Etchemin Inc. to Entreprises Radio Etchemin Inc.

    CFLS turned around a difficult financial situation after a switch to a country / western and folk music format. It was airing 80% French vocals, well above the 65% objective set by the CRTC.

    1991
    Approval was given for CFAP-TV Quebec City to simulcast its regional newscasts over CFLS.

    CFLS switched from a talk format to country music. As a result, the simulcast of Le Grand Journal from TQS station CFAP-TV was discontinued. CFLS manager Yvon Lorrain said ratings doubled when the station replaced the TV newscast with its own programming.

    1992
    On September 9, CFLS was given approval to convert to the FM band, operating on 102.9 MHz with an effective radiated power of 32,600 watts. The existing country music format would continue to be offered. The CRTC said the format would be unique for FM in the Quebec City area.

    1993
    The move to the FM dial took place.

    1995
    CFLS-FM was given approval to decrease effective radiated power from 32,600 to 5,315 watts. This change followed the relocation of the station's antenna from Lévis to Mont-Bélair. The power decrease took place a short time later. The call letters had now changed from CFLS to CFOM. These call letters had been used in the past in the Quebec City market by the now dark AM 1340.

    CFLS switched from country to oldies.

    1996
    CFOM-FM was granted a power decrease from 5,315 to 3,597 watts, following an increase in antenna height.

    2001
    Radio Etchemin inc. was purchased by Groupe Radio Astral inc.

    2002
    CFOM was granted a power increase from 3,597 to 16,800 watts.

    2005
    On January 21, the CRTC approved an exchange of assets between Corus Entertainment Inc. and Astral Media Radio Inc. Corus acquired from Astral: CKAC Montréal, CHRC Québec, CJRC Gatineau, CKRS Saguenay, CHLN Trois-Rivières, CHLT and CKTS Sherbrooke, and CFOM-FM Lévis. Astral acquired from Corus: CFVM-FM Amqui, CJDM-FM Drummondville, CJOI-FM and CIKI-FM Rimouski, and CFZZ-FM Saint-Jean-Iberville.

    2009
    On August 27, the CRTC renewed CFOM-FM's licence until August 31, 2016. Conditions include: The licensee shall, as an exception to the percentage of Canadian musical selections set out in sections 2.2(Cool and 2.2(9) of the Radio Regulations, 1986 (the Regulations), in any broadcast week where at least 90% of musical selections from content category 2 that it broadcasts are selections released before 1 January 1981: devote, in that broadcast week, a minimum of 30% of its musical selections from content category 2 to Canadian selections broadcast in their entirety; and devote between 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., in the period from Monday to Friday of the same broadcast week, a minimum of 30% of its musical selections from content category 2 to Canadian selections broadcast in their entirety. Commitment: The licensee commits to broadcasting a total of 1.4 hours of local news each week, from Monday to Friday.

    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 June, 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 CFLS 920/CFOM-FM 102,9

    Message par Radiolaire le Jeu 9 Sep - 2:34

    En fin de semaine dernière, CFOM (Souvenirs garantis) diffusait une programmation spéciale pour fêter les 15 ans de la transformation de CFLS en Radio-Flashback. Quinze animateurs, anciens ou actuels, ont assuré chacun quelques heures de diffusion. Dès le début j'ai trouvé que ce que j'entendais n'avait aucun rapport avec ce qu'était la station en 1995. Alors j'ai préféré réécouter les premières minutes de "Radio-Flashback". Au moins à cette époque, on n'y entendait pas de succès récents!

    Je ne sais pas si ces premiers instants sont disponibles quelque part sur le "web", mais voici le montage abrégé que j'ai fait de la fermeture de CFLS (par Pierre Bourque) avec le début du nouveau CFOM (par Louis Lebeau), en passant par un style surprenant entre les deux. Eh oui, le début de Radio-Flashback le 8 septembre 1995 s'est fait par des rigodons!

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    Message par Carl Fiset le Jeu 9 Sep - 9:39

    Je trouve dommage qu'on ait sacrifié le concept Radio-Flashback avec le temps. Je comprends que le public puisse changer avec le temps mais c'est rendu que, comme par exemple en fin de semaine dernière, l'on entend sur CFOM des succès actuels et ceux d'il y a un an ou deux à peine.


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    Message par Carl Fiset le Jeu 9 Sep - 9:50

    Je vous mets ici le fil original dont quelqu'un qui a des talents innés de magie a fait disparaître il y a de cela un certain temps ...
    Voici un bref historique de CFLS et CFOM selon le site du Canadian Communication Foundation:

    1967
    CFLS signed on the air in December.

    1971
    On April 27, the sale of CFLS to René Coulombe’s Radio Etchemin Inc. was approved.

    1979
    By this time, CFLS was operating on 920 kHz with a power of 1,000 watts

    1982
    Power increased to 10,000 watts in October.

    1989
    Following a period of serious financial difficulty culminating with the temporary closure of CFLS, the station decided this year to introduce a major change in its programming, opting for an exclusively country music format.

    1990
    The corporate name changed from Radio Etchemin Inc. to Entreprises Radio Etchemin Inc.

    1992
    On September 9, CFLS was given approval to convert to the FM band, operating on 102.9 MHz with an effective radiated power of 32,600 watts. The existing country music format would continue to be offered.

    The move to the FM dial took place later in the year.

    1995
    CFLS-FM was given approval to decrease effective radiated power from 32,600 to 5,315 watts. This change followed the relocation of the station’s antenna from Lévis to Mont-Bélair.

    CFLS switched from country to oldies. The call letters changed to CFOM-FM. These call letters had been used in the past in the Quebec City market by the now dark AM 1340.

    1996
    CFOM-FM was granted a power decrease from 5,315 to 3,597 watts, following an increase in antenna height.

    2001
    Radio Etchemin inc. was purchased by Groupe Radio Astral inc.

    2002
    CFOM was granted a power increase from 3,597 to 16,800 watts.

    2005
    On January 21, the CRTC approved an exchange of assets between Corus Entertainment Inc. and Astral Media Radio Inc. Corus acquired from Astral: CKAC Montréal, CHRC Québec, CJRC Gatineau, CKRS Saguenay, CHLN Trois-Rivières, CHLT and CKTS Sherbrooke, and CFOM-FM Lévis. Astral acquired from Corus: CFVM-FM Amqui, CJDM-FM Drummondville, CJOI-FM and CIKI-FM Rimouski, and CFZZ-FM Saint-Jean-Iberville.

    Written by Bill Dulmage - May, 2005

    Note. CFLS au début était sur la fréquence 1240 au AM.

    Aussi, dans les années 80, CFLS a diffusé en AM stéréo comme l'ont été plusieurs postes américains à l'époque. Par contre, je dirais que c'est peut-être cette mauvaise décision, au lieu de demander une licence FM, qui a causé la mort momentané de CFLS en 1989.


    Éric a écrit:Est-ce que plusieurs stations AM au Québec ont diffusé en stéréo à un moment ou l'autre?

    Je me demande si CKAC ne diffuse pas présentement en stéréo???

    À Québec, non. CKAC ne doit pas diffuser en stéréo car très peu d'appareils radio aujourd'hui captent le AM stéréo. Dans les années 80,entre autres Toyota équipaient certaines de leurs voitures avec des radios pouvant capter le AM stéréo. Ça donne un son du genre FM sourd.

    Éric a écrit:En effet, ce serait que CKAC diffuse sur une fréquence FM sur le cable, donc finalement ça crée une diffusion stéréo pour une radio AM.

    Voici le lien ou j'ai trouvé ces infos: http://share.wtc.mediasactu.org/phorum/read.php?f=12&i=3013&t=3013#reply_3013


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    Message par Carl Fiset le Jeu 9 Sep - 9:52

    Avec le AM stéréo, on entendait les bruits parasites et les gruchages propres au AM, en stéréo. Pas très agréable. Parc ontre, sans parasite, c'était plus agréable d'écouter le AM. Ça faisait un son un peu plus dégagé que le son sourd du AM.

    CHRC avait fait ça aussi sur le câble de diffuser leurs émissions en stéréo dans les années fin 80 début 90 je crois.

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    Message par Carl Fiset le Jeu 9 Sep - 9:56

    Éric a écrit:Voici des anciens logos de CFLS:








    Voici des pubs de CFLS:





    Éric a écrit:Voici des anciens logos du nouveau CFOM:












    Voici une ancienne publicité de CFOM:




    Voici le logo actuel de CFOM:


    Voici 2 anciens jingles de CFOM: http://www.schoop.fr/sons/cfom.php

    Animateurs connus de CFLS/CFOM:

    Martin Pouliot
    Louis Lebeau
    Yvon Delisle
    Christian Thibodeau (pas sûr)
    Michel Trahan (LS-Radio)
    Michel Carrier
    Marc Denis
    Christian Coderre
    Christian Riverain

    Bernard Cantin a écrit:CJAD à Montréal est, je crois, la seule encore active.

    http://meduci.com/stations.html


    Pour les noms qui ont passé à CFLS, là aussi il y en a un pis un autre mais Yvon Delisle et et Louis Lebeau sont certainement parmi les plus importants. Nelson, le lévisien, pourra certainement nous éclairer. Yves Laramée est-il passé par CFLS?

    Éric a écrit:Voici d'autres jingles de CFLS: http://www.rockradioscrapbook.ca/air1976.html

    Effectivement. Mieux connu sous le nom de Christian ''Tibonhomme'' Thibodeau. Il a fait du studio-mobile durant un bon bout...

    Pour ajouter à la liste:

    -Sébastien Lavoie
    -Richard Courchesne
    -François Reny
    -Jacques ''coco'' Fortin
    -Pierre Gingras
    -Diane Bouffard
    -John Ferguson
    -Robert Ross
    -Stéphan Dupont
    -Josée Turmel

    D'autres personnes passés (ou qui sont toujours) à CFOM qui sont dans les médias à Québec depuis plusieurs années sans être de très gros nom:

    -Josée Guimond
    -Michel Harvey
    -Julie St-Hilaire
    -Gaby Drolet
    -Christian Rouleau
    -François Paquet
    -Caroline Dumont
    -Caroline Dupont
    -Chantal Baribeau
    -Alexandra Reny
    -Gino Lévesque
    -André Lantin
    -Joel Garneau
    -Marie-Clauude Bernard
    -Marc-André Théberge
    -Alexandra Paré
    -Marie-Claude Bourque
    -Bruno Perron
    -André Proulx
    -Marcel Charland flower

    Des gens moins connus qui sont passés (ou sont toujours) à CFOM:

    -Maxime Dubois
    -Sébastien Breton
    -Chantal Lacasse
    -Roxanne Lapointe
    -Simon Proulx
    -Dominic Simard
    -Marie-France Lambert
    -Alain Durand
    -Mélanie Desrosiers
    -Mélanie Labrecque
    -Marjolaine Badeau
    -Carlo Alberton
    -Cindy Pouliot

    Saguay a écrit:
    Bonjour,

    Comment passer sous silence la merveilleuse aventure de Michel Trahan et son équipe à l'antenne de CFLS en 1970-1971. Tous les détails :

    http://manuscritdepot.com/a.serge-andre-guay.4.htm



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    Message par Carl Fiset le Jeu 9 Sep - 9:56

    Merci à Radio et Compagnie pour avoir conservé ma chronique de jadis...


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    Message par Carl Fiset le Ven 17 Sep - 11:03

    Mise à jour
    Québec, Québec/Chaudière-Apalaches Quebec/Chaudiere-Apalaches

    CFOM-FM, Lévis, Corus Entertainment inc,

    1967
    CFLS was scheduled to open on December 1, operating on 1240 kHz with a full-time power of 250 watts. Studios and offices would be at 24 Trans Canada East in Levis. Adrien Begin, publisher of the Levis-Lauzon Tribune was president of the company. Pat Gendron was general manager. He had been assistant manager at CJEM Edmundston. Stephen Guay was sales manager. He had been local sales manager at CKBM Montmagny. CFLS signed on the air in December.

    1969
    Slogan: Music for Adults.

    1971
    On April 27, the sale of CFLS to René Coulombe's Radio Etchemin Inc. was approved.

    1976
    CFLS was authorized to increase power from 250 watts to 1,000 watts and change frequency from 1240 kHz to 920 kHz.

    CFLS had its licence renewed but it was expected to carry out improvements in technical operation, personnel and programming.

    1979
    By this time, CFLS was operating on 920 kHz with a power of 1,000 watts

    1982
    Power increased to 10,000 watts in October.

    1985
    The following appointments were made at CFLS: Gilles St-Pierre (news director), Pierre Picard (general manager), Pierre Gingras (music director), Richard Blondin (producer), Jean-Pierre Maheux (technical director) and Alain Chouillard (program director).

    1988
    CFLS applied to the CRTC to move from 920 kHz to the FM band at 106.3 MHz with effective radiated power of 54,350 watts. The application was turned down. CFLS had been experiencing coverage problems despite spending $100,000 to increase power from 1,000 to 10,000 watts, and another $200,000 on AM stereo. The station complained of interference from CKCV Quebec and CBO Ottawa. CFLS and other Quebec City area stations had experienced financial difficulties in recent years, and in 1987 incurred a substantial loss. The CRTC suggested CFLS consider a move to 870 kHz.

    CFLS ceased operations July 15 following the CRTC's denial of its application for an FM frequency. General manager Pierre Picard said that a move to FM was the only remedy for a drastic loss in audience over recent years. CFLS employed 17 people.

    1989
    Following a period of serious financial difficulty culminating with the temporary closure of CFLS, the station decided this year to introduce a major change in its programming, opting for an exclusively country music format.

    1990
    The corporate name changed from Radio Etchemin Inc. to Entreprises Radio Etchemin Inc.

    CFLS turned around a difficult financial situation after a switch to a country / western and folk music format. It was airing 80% French vocals, well above the 65% objective set by the CRTC.

    1991
    Approval was given for CFAP-TV Quebec City to simulcast its regional newscasts over CFLS.

    CFLS switched from a talk format to country music. As a result, the simulcast of Le Grand Journal from TQS station CFAP-TV was discontinued. CFLS manager Yvon Lorrain said ratings doubled when the station replaced the TV newscast with its own programming.

    1992
    On September 9, CFLS was given approval to convert to the FM band, operating on 102.9 MHz with an effective radiated power of 32,600 watts. The existing country music format would continue to be offered. The CRTC said the format would be unique for FM in the Quebec City area.

    1993
    The move to the FM dial took place.

    1995
    CFLS-FM was given approval to decrease effective radiated power from 32,600 to 5,315 watts. This change followed the relocation of the station's antenna from Lévis to Mont-Bélair. The power decrease took place a short time later. The call letters had now changed from CFLS to CFOM. These call letters had been used in the past in the Quebec City market by the now dark AM 1340.

    CFLS switched from country to oldies.

    1996
    CFOM-FM was granted a power decrease from 5,315 to 3,597 watts, following an increase in antenna height.

    2001
    Radio Etchemin inc. was purchased by Groupe Radio Astral inc.

    2002
    CFOM was granted a power increase from 3,597 to 16,800 watts.

    2005
    On January 21, the CRTC approved an exchange of assets between Corus Entertainment Inc. and Astral Media Radio Inc. Corus acquired from Astral: CKAC Montréal, CHRC Québec, CJRC Gatineau, CKRS Saguenay, CHLN Trois-Rivières, CHLT and CKTS Sherbrooke, and CFOM-FM Lévis. Astral acquired from Corus: CFVM-FM Amqui, CJDM-FM Drummondville, CJOI-FM and CIKI-FM Rimouski, and CFZZ-FM Saint-Jean-Iberville.

    2009
    On August 27, the CRTC renewed CFOM-FM's licence until August 31, 2016. Conditions include: The licensee shall, as an exception to the percentage of Canadian musical selections set out in sections 2.2(Cool and 2.2(9) of the Radio Regulations, 1986 (the Regulations), in any broadcast week where at least 90% of musical selections from content category 2 that it broadcasts are selections released before 1 January 1981: devote, in that broadcast week, a minimum of 30% of its musical selections from content category 2 to Canadian selections broadcast in their entirety; and devote between 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., in the period from Monday to Friday of the same broadcast week, a minimum of 30% of its musical selections from content category 2 to Canadian selections broadcast in their entirety. Commitment: The licensee commits to broadcasting a total of 1.4 hours of local news each week, from Monday to Friday.

    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 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 - 13:47


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    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. 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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    Message par Carl Fiset le Ven 7 Jan - 10:54



    Radio station CFLS 920 AM Québec City - Levis. October 29, 1990 at 1:00 a.m. Received from Philadelphia despite in its pattern null. 10kw. Playing Charlie Pride country song. In 1994, CFLS moved to CFOM 102.9 FM Québec City. Video: Québec City travelogue.
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    Message par Carl Fiset le Dim 6 Fév - 0:29

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    Message par Carl Fiset le Mar 23 Aoû - 10:14

    Mise à jour et retrait d'une photo à la demande des auteurs.


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