Media in Charlottetown

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This is a list of media in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island , Canada.



FrequencyCall signBrandingFormatOwnerNotes
FM 88.1 CBAF-FM-15 Ici Radio-Canada Première news/talk Canadian Broadcasting Corporation French
FM 88.9 CBAX-FM-1 Ici Musique public music Canadian Broadcasting Corporation French
FM 90.3 CIMN-FM campus radio University of Prince Edward Island not currently broadcasting
FM 91.3 CIOG-FM Christian radio International Harvesters for Christ Evangelistic Association
FM 93.1 CHLQ-FM Q93 classic rock Maritime Broadcasting System
FM 95.1 CFCY-FM 95.1 CFCY country music Maritime Broadcasting System
FM 96.1 CBCT-FM CBC Radio One news/talk Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
FM 100.3 CHTN-FM Ocean 100 classic hits Newcap Broadcasting
FM 104.7 CBCH-FM CBC Music public music Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
FM 105.5 CKQK-FM HOT 105.5 contemporary hit radio Newcap Broadcasting


OTA virtual channel (PSIP)OTA actual channel EastLink Cable Call signNetworkNotes
8.18 (VHF)9 CKCW-DT-1 CTV Rebroadcaster of CKCW-DT (Moncton, NB)
13.113 (VHF)11 CBCT-DT CBC Television
42.142 (UHF)6 CHNB-DT-14 Global Rebroadcaster of CHNB-DT (Saint John, NB)

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