CHMX-FM

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CHMX-FM
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City of license Regina, Saskatchewan
Broadcast area Regina, Saskatchewan
Branding My 92.1
Slogan Today's Best Hits
Frequency 92.1 MHz
First air date February 4, 1966
Format adult contemporary
ERP 100,000 watts
Callsign meaning Canada's Hottest MiX
Owner Harvard Broadcasting
Sister stations CKRM, CFWF-FM
Webcast Listen Live
Website My 92.1

CHMX-FM, branded as My 92.1 (formerly known as Lite 92FM until midnight August 3, 2011), is a Canadian radio station, airing an hot adult contemporary format at 92.1 FM in Regina, Saskatchewan.

The station was launched on February 4, 1966 by Metropolitan Broadcasting with the call sign CFMQ. It was subsequently acquired by Buffalo Broadcasting in 1974, and by Harvard Broadcasting, its current owner, in 1981.

By 2011, the station became My 92.1 after several years under the Lite 92 branding.

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Coordinates: 50°30′22″N 104°33′07″W / 50.50611°N 104.55194°W / 50.50611; -104.55194