|City of license||Sherbrooke, Quebec|
|Frequency||101.1 MHz (FM)|
|First air date||early 1980s as rebroadcaster of CBF-FM Montreal
2000 as originating station
|Owner||Canadian Broadcasting Corporation|
Owned and operated by the (government-owned) Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (French: Société Radio-Canada), it broadcasts on 101.1 MHz with an effective radiated power of 35,000 watts (class B) using an omnidirectional antenna.
The station has an ad-free news/talk format and is part of the Première Chaîne network, which operates across Canada. Like all Première Chaîne stations, but unlike most FM stations, it broadcasts in mono.
The station first went on the air in the early 1980s as a rebroadcaster of CBF in Montreal. For many years, Radio-Canada programming had aired on privately owned affiliate CHLT. However, in 1979, CHLT received permission to disaffiliate from Radio-Canada as soon as Radio-Canada could set up its own station there. Despite Sherbrooke's large size, the CBC opted not to open a full-fledged station there at first.
However, in 2000, the CBC received permission to upgrade its Sherbrooke operation to a full-fledged station, despite retaining a rebroadcaster-like call sign. Despite officially being a station in its own right, it is still essentially a semi-satellite of CBF. It airs its own afternoon drive show (Estrie-Express, Monday to Friday from 3 to 5 p.m.) and simulcasts CBF at all other times.
|City of license||Identifier||Frequency||Power||Class||RECNet||CRTC Decision|
|Asbestos||CBF-FM-11||96.1 FM||1,000 watts||A||Query|
|Lac-Mégantic||CBF-FM-6||91.3 FM||591 watts||A||Query||86-12|
|Magog||CBF-FM-2||93.1 FM||420 watts||B||Query||2003-2002005-336|
|Victoriaville||CBF-FM-12||92.7 FM||130 watts||A1||Query|
- Première Chaîne
- CBF-FM-10 history at Canadian Communications Foundation
- Query the REC's Canadian station database for CBF-FM-10