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  1. Industry News
    Montreal's mainstream rock station CHOM 97.7 FM announced today the impending return of Terry DiMonte from Q107 in Calgary to its morning show. The Montreal native returns to a chair he first occupied in 1984 after spending just under four years in the west. Details regarding his return will...
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    In a recent broadcasting decision the CRTC has approved an application by Intercity Broadcasting Network (IBN) to operate an English-language commercial specialty FM radio station in Toronto. Set to begin broadcasting on 98.7 FM later this summer, the station will target the Black and...
  3. AM/ FM, Internet Radio and Music Industry
    One of the longest-running commercial radio morning shows in Toronto, The Dean Blundell Show, reaches a milestone on Saturday, April 23 celebrating its 10th anniversary on 102.1 the Edge. Listeners are invited to join in on the festivities at the Edge Studio at Corus Quay (25 Dockside Drive) on...
  4. AM/ FM, Internet Radio and Music Industry
    Just seven months after it went on-air in Edmonton, Harvard Broadcasting owned CKEA-FM has switched its format from adult album alternative format to soft adult contemporary. Targeting Adults 25 to 54, the station formerly known as 95.7 The Sound, the station will now be known as Lite 95.7...
  5. Industry News
    Just two years after Astral Radio switched The Bear in Ottawa to Virgin Radio, Canada's largest radio broadcaster is switching it back. Starting this week, Astral says The Bear will "return to more of the rock music that they know and love drawn from a deeper, wider musical catalogue." Going...
  6. Industry News
    Cogeco and Corus Entertainment yesterday announced the sale of Corus' Quebec radio stations to Cogeco Inc. for $80 million has closed. The deal was approved by the CRTC in December after Cogeco agreed to establish a news agency called Cogeco Nouvelles, which will provide local stations with...
  7. Industry News
    In a broadcasting decision handed down today, the CRTC has approved Cogeco’s $80 million acquisition of eleven Quebec radio stations held by Corus. The deal was approved after Cogeco agreed to establish a news agency called Cogeco Nouvelles, which will provide local stations with talk-radio...
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