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CJBC-FM
CityToronto, Ontario
Frequency90.3 MHz (FM) (HD Radio)
BrandingIci Musique
Programming
Language(s)French
FormatJazz/Classical music
Ownership
OwnerCanadian Broadcasting Corporation
History
First air date
1992
Technical information
ClassB
ERP5,730 watts (maximum ERP 10,000 watts)
HAAT303.7 meters (996 ft)
Links
WebsiteICI Musique

CJBC-FM is a public Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 90.3 MHz in Toronto, Ontario. A French-language station, it airs the programming of Radio-Canada's Ici Musique network. CJBC's studios are located in the Canadian Broadcasting Centre, while its transmitter is located atop First Canadian Place in Toronto's Financial District.

The station launched in 1992.[1] It is a sister station to CJBC, which is part of the Ici Radio-Canada Première network.

In December 2017, CJBC-FM added an HD Radio feed to broadcast high-quality digital radio signals throughout much of Toronto. CJBC-FM has retransmitters in Windsor and Paris.

Programming

As a part of the Ici Musique network, CJBC-FM mainly broadcasts the same programs as the rest of the network. However, the station simulcasts the local Ici Première morning and afternoon programs Y'a pas deux matins pareils and L'heure de pointe, which it has been since 2004 and 2020, respectfully. [2]

Transmitters

Rebroadcasters of CJBC-FM
City of license Identifier Frequency Power Class RECNet CRTC Decision
Paris CJBC-FM-2 89.9 FM 19000 watts B Query 2002-126
Windsor CJBC-FM-1 103.9 FM 6000 watts A Query 2006-187

References

  1. ^ Decision CRTC 86-65
  2. ^ "Alison Vicrobeck nommée animatrice de l'Heure de pointe, qui sera diffusée au FM". Radio-Canada. Radio-Canada. 12 February 2020. Retrieved 1 August 2020.

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