CJUC-FM

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CJUC-FM is Canadian radio station that broadcasts community radio programming on the frequency 92.5 FM at 50 watts in Whitehorse, Yukon.

2003: The station received approval on February 20, 2003.[1]
2008: The Commission approved changes to the authorized contours of the transmitter for the low power English-language Type B community FM radio programming undertaking CJUC-FM Whitehorse, Yukon Territory.[2]
2014: The Commission renewed the broadcasting licence for the English-language community radio programming undertaking CJUC-FM Whitehorse from 1 September 2014 to 31 August 2021.[3]

The station is owned by the Utilities Consumers Group, a local organisation that protects local residents in matters involving local utility services in Whitehorse. CJUC uses Openbroadcaster for broadcast automation as well as dedicated community volunteers who program individual shows

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Coordinates: 60°45′00″N 135°05′39″W / 60.75000°N 135.09417°W / 60.75000; -135.09417