|City of license||Chatham-Kent, Ontario|
|Broadcast area||Chatham-Kent, Essex County/Windsor, Ontario|
|Branding||95.1 & 100.7 LiteFM|
|Slogan||Windsor/Chatham-Kent's New Home for Lite Favourites|
|First air date||October 6, 1999 on 94.3 FM|
|Format||Soft adult contemporary|
|ERP||42,000 watts (CKUE-FM)
3,840 watts (CKUE-FM-1)
|HAAT||133.5 m (CKUE-FM)
74.5 m (CKUE-FM-1)
|Webcast||Lite FM: Listen Live|
CKUE-FM is a radio station located in Chatham-Kent, Ontario. Owned by Blackburn Radio, the station broadcasts a soft adult contemporary format under the name 95.1/100.7 Lite FM. The station broadcasts on 95.1 MHz, and operates a rebroadcaster serving the nearby Windsor market, CKUE-FM-1, on 100.7 MHz. Until 2014, the station broadcast an active rock format, before flipping to soft AC due to increased competition from Detroit's rock stations.
CKUE's main signal is broadcast from a tower a few kilometers west of the community of Chatham, Ontario with an effective radiated power of 42,000 watts.
As The Rock
The station began operations on October 6, 1999 under the ownership of Bea-Ver Communications, broadcasting an active rock station on 94.3 FM. On May 4, 2002, CKUE switched frequencies with its sister station CKSY to obtain its current frequency of 95.1 FM.
CKUE began operating a rebroadcaster serving the nearby Windsor market, CKUE-FM-1, in March 2004. In 2005, Blackburn Radio acquired CKUE along with sister station CKSY. In September 2006, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) approved an application by Blackburn to move the Windsor signal from 95.1 to 100.7 MHz. This change allowed the Windsor and Chatham transmitters to increase their transmitter power. 
During the 2004-2005, and 2005-2006 seasons of the Ontario Hockey League, 95.1 provided live coverage of Windsor Spitfires games, with Shadd Dales on play-by-play and Brendan McGuire on colour. They returned to CKLW in 2006.
On January 30, 2014, CKUE-FM flipped from rock to a soft adult contemporary format branded as LiteFM. Station management cited increased competition from Detroit-based stations as reasoning for the change. CKUE's former website of CanadasRock.ca still runs the previous active rock format as an internet radio station.
- Official website
- CKUE-FM-1 history at Canadian Communications Foundation
- CKUE history at Canadian Communications Foundation
- Query the REC's Canadian station database for CKUE-FM
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