|Broadcast area||Sydney, Nova Scotia|
|Branding||CJCB AM 1270|
|Slogan||Cape Breton's country favorites!|
|Frequency||1270 kHz (AM)|
|First air date||February 14, 1929|
|ERP||10 kW (day and night)|
|Callsign meaning||C J Cape Breton|
|Owner||Maritime Broadcasting System|
|Sister stations||CHER-FM, CKPE-FM|
|Website||CJCB AM 1270|
CJCB is a Canadian radio station which broadcasts from Sydney, Nova Scotia on the AM dial at 1270 kHz with a power of 10,000 watts. The station is one of the oldest radio stations in the Atlantic Provinces, hitting the airwaves on February 14, 1929. The format is currently country music.
CJCB played a variety of music prior to switching to its current format in June 1998: oldies, Top 40 and adult contemporary. It switched format with CKPE-FM, a country music station for many years prior to the switch.
Over the years, CJCB used monikers such as "The Spirit of Cape Breton", "AM's Variety Station", "Cape Breton's Superstation", and "Cape Breton's Country Favorites".
(CJCB was formerly a callsign of a radio station out of Nelson, British Columbia possibly dating back to the early 1900s).
- CJCB AM 1270
- CJCB Radio History from the Canadian Communications Foundation
- Query the REC's Canadian station database for CJCB
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