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Pure Country (radio network)

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Pure Country is a Canadian radio network, which airs on stations owned by Bell Media.[1] Launched in 2019 as a unifying branding for all of the company's country-formatted stations across Canada,[2] the network currently airs on 14 stations nationwide, as well as on selected digital subchannels of radio stations in markets where the company offers digital radio service but does not have a country-formatted primary station.

Weekday programming on the network consists of local hosts at each station in morning and afternoon drive, a national midday program hosted by Shannon Ella, and the internationally syndicated The Bobby Bones Show in the evening.[1] Sophie Moroz and Jeff Hopper, the morning hosts on the network's Ottawa station, also host a national country music chart show on weekends.[1]

In January 2020, the network's station in Kingston committed to playing a 50/50 balance of male and female country artists for one week, to draw attention to continued gender inequity in the music business.[3]




  1. ^ a b c Connie Thiessen, "Bell Media rolls out national Pure Country rebrand". Broadcast Dialogue, May 28, 2019.
  2. ^ "Pure Country: Nationwide rebrand gives new name to Big Dog 92.7". CTV News Regina. May 28, 2019.
  3. ^ Ted Raymond, "50/50 vision: Kingston’s Pure Country 99 playing equal split of female and male artists". CFRA, January 23, 2020.
  4. ^ "Bell Media Launches Pure Country 89 & Virgin Radio 93.9 In Windsor/Detroit". radioINSIGHT. 19 November 2020.
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