Maritime Broadcasting System
|Founded||1969 as Eastern Broadcasting Limited|
|Headquarters||Halifax, Nova Scotia|
|Area served||Atlantic Canada|
Commonly called MBS Radio, the company was established in 1969 as Eastern Broadcasting Limited in Campbellton, New Brunswick and is currently owned by Robert L. Pace. The company's head office is now located in Halifax, Nova Scotia on Sackville Street.
MBS also owns the Maritime News Network.
- Amherst - CKDH-FM
- Halifax - CHFX-FM, CHNS-FM
- Kentville - CKEN-FM, CKWM-FM
- Sydney - CHER-FM, CJCB, CKPE-FM
- Windsor - CFAB
- Digby - CKDY
- Middleton - CKAD
Prince Edward Island
- Campbellton - CKNB
- Miramichi - CFAN-FM
- Moncton - CFQM-FM, CHOY-FM, CKCW-FM
- Saint John - CFBC, CIOK-FM, CJYC-FM
- Sussex - CJCW
On October 28, 2011, Maritime Broadcasting System Ltd. applied to the CRTC to operate a new country music FM radio station at Miramichi, New Brunswick. If approved, the new station will operate at 102.5 MHz.
Unionized staff at three MBS stations in Saint John, CFBC, CIOK K-100, CJYC Big John FM, went on strike in June 2012, a strike that dragged on into the fall triggering calls for a boycott of the station’s advertisers  and leading strikers to set up an internet radio station.
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