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CFGB-FM
Cbc radio one happy-valley-goose-bay.svg
CityHappy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador
Broadcast areaLabrador
BrandingCBC Radio One
Frequency89.5 MHz (FM)
First air dateFebruary 23, 1953
FormatNews/Talk
ERP4,500 watts
HAAT195.5 meters (641 ft)
ClassB
Callsign meaningCanadian Forces Goose Bay
Former callsignsCFGB (1953-1985)
Former frequencies1340 kHz (AM) (1953-1985)
OwnerCanadian Broadcasting Corporation
Sister stationsCFLA-TV (defunct)
WebsiteCBC Newfoundland and Labrador

CFGB-FM is a radio station broadcasting at 89.5 MHz (FM) from Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, and is the local Radio One station of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, serving as that network's primary outlet in Labrador. A shortwave relay, CKZN rebroadcasts CFGB's signal to remote areas of Labrador.

History

CFGB launched on February 23, 1953 on 1340 AM. It was originally operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force. It was taken over by the CBC on February 23, 1959 and became part of the CBC Northern Radio Service. The station received CBC news and topical programs by relaying the signal from CBA in Sackville, New Brunswick. Tapes recorded in Montreal were also flown in on regular airline flights. Eventually the station was linked into the primary CBC network feed.

In 1985, CFGB moved to 89.5 FM. The call sign then changed to CFGB-FM.

Local programming

CFGB produces its own local morning show, Labrador Morning with Janice Goudie. CBDQ-FM in Labrador City also contributes reports. The station otherwise broadcasts programming from CBN in St. John's during the network's local programming blocks, with some exceptions (i.e., commercials).

Transmitters

Rebroadcasters of CFGB-FM
City of license Identifier Frequency RECNet CRTC Decision
Cartwright CFGB-FM-1 93.9 FM Query 2013-552
Churchill Falls CBQA-FM 91.1 FM Query 88-206
Fox Harbour CBGF-FM 101.7 FM Query 84-48
Hopedale CBNN-FM 91.1 FM Query 84-561
Makkovik CBNI-FM 103.5 FM Query
Nain CBNZ-FM 95.1 FM Query
Port Hope Simpson CBNP-FM 105.1 FM Query
Postville CBND-FM 105.1 FM Query
Natuashish VF2095 100.9 FM Query

On October 16, 2013, the CRTC approved the CBC's application to convert CBNK 570 to 93.9 MHz, broadcasting with an average effective radiated power of 50 watts (non-directional antenna with an effective height of antenna above average terrain of 19.1 metres).[1] After CBNK's move to FM, the call sign was changed to CFGB-FM-1.

On May 24, 2016, the CBC applied to convert CBNZ 740 to 95.1 MHz with 50 watts of power (average and maximum ERP). Antenna height will be -29.63 metres with a non-directional radiation pattern.[2] The CRTC approved the CBC's application to move CBNZ to 95.1 FM on September 7, 2016.[3]

Shortwave relay

In 1989, a shortwave relay of CBN—St. John's with the call sign CKZN operating on 6.16 MHz (in the 49m band) was granted authority to rebroadcast CFGB part-time as well as CBN. In 1994, CKZN became a full-time rebroadcaster of CFGB. Operating at 1,000 watts, it can be heard over much of the North American continent and in Europe, particularly at night.

References

  1. ^ Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2013-552, CFGB-FM Goose Bay – New transmitter at Cartwright, CRTC, October 16, 2013
  2. ^ 2016-0511-4
  3. ^ Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2016-360, CFGB-FM Goose Bay – New transmitter in Nain, CRTC, September 7, 2016

External links

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