|City of license||Calgary, Alberta|
|Slogan||"Everything That Rocks"|
|Frequency||92.1 MHz (FM)|
|First air date||1 June 1977|
|Transmitter coordinates||Calgary, AB:
Banff, AB: ,
Lake Louise, AB: ,
(Bell Media Radio)
|Sister stations||CKMX, CIBK-FM|
CJAY-FM is an active rock radio station in Calgary, Alberta that broadcasts on 92.1 FM. Owned by Bell Media, CJAY operates repeater transmitters located in Banff, Alberta and Invermere, British Columbia (99.7 FM). Its founder was Ralph Connor, who moved to Calgary from Sudbury, Ontario to start the station.
CJAY-FM was owned by Standard Broadcasting until 2007, when Standard Radio was acquired by Astral from Standard Broadcasting due to Standard's exit from terrestrial broadcasting.
By September 2010, following suit like most Astral rock stations, CJAY-FM changed its logo and slogan, as well as format from mainstream rock to active rock, just like what sister station CKQB-FM in Ottawa (Virgin Radio 106.9) did. CJAY-FM's format remains much lighter than most Astral-owned active rock stations.
CJAY is currently ranked at #9 in the Calgary market ratings as of Fall 2011.
|City of license||Identifier||Frequency||Power||RECNet||CRTC Decision|
|Lake Louise||CJAY-FM-2||97.5||50 watts||Query||790168|
|Invermere, British Columbia||CJAY-FM-3||99.7||50 watts||Query||790362|
- "Music and Film in Motion offering local musicians advice on getting on-air", Sudbury Star, online edition, accessed 22 May 2009.
- Fall 2011 Calgary PPM Ratings
- CJAY 92
- Canadian Broadcast Standards Council 2004 decision against CJAY
- Recent (2005) radio ratings for major Canadian markets
- CJAY history at Canadian Communications Foundation
- Query the REC's Canadian station database for CJAY-FM
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