Although the station's primary focus is multicultural programming, like the other Omni stations across the country, the stations airs a large amount of syndicated American shows such as The Simpsons and The King of Queens.
An OMNI TV news crew interviews a protester at a pro-Gaza rally in Downtown Calgary on December 31, 2008
Omni Alberta formally produced local newscasts aimed at the Cantonese, Mandarin, and South Asian communities across the province. While there were newsgathering teams in both Edmonton and Calgary, the production of the newscasts themselves were done out of CKEM's studios in Downtown Edmonton. The newscasts were discontinued and replaced by Omni's national newscasts in September 2011; the national newscasts still featured contributions from Calgary-based reporters. On May 30, 2013, Rogers announced that it would immediately close down the production facilities for both Omni Alberta stations – ending the production of local programming and news content from the stations.