Media in Moncton
|OTA channel||Rogers Cable channel||Call sign||Network|
|29 (29.1)||8||CKCW-DT||CTV Atlantic|
|11 (11.1)||12||CBAFT-DT||Ici Radio-Canada|
(repeats CIHF-DT, Halifax)
See also: Digital television in Canada
|FM 88.5||CBAF-FM||Première Chaîne||News/Talk and Flagship Première Chaîne station for Atlantic Canada (French)|
|FM 89.5||CJSE-FM||Country 89||Country/community radio (French) Studios are in Shediac and is licensed to Moncton
(Rebroadcaster CJSE-FM-1, 92.5 FM Memramcook)
|FM 90.1||CIRM-FM||Information Radio group||Tourist information radio station (English)|
|FM 90.7||CFBO-FM||BO-FM, Dieppe||Adult contemporary/community radio (French)|
|FM 91.9||CKNI-FM||919 The Bend||Adult Contemporary(English) CKNI is a former News talk format(2004-2014). Switch owners and format to music in August 2014.|
|FM 93.5||CKUM-FM||Université de Moncton||Campus radio (French)|
|FM 94.5||CKCW-FM||K94.5||Hot adult contemporary (English)|
|FM 95.5||CBA-FM||CBC Radio 2||adult album alternative, folk, world music, Classical music (English)
(Rebroadcasters of CBH-FM, Halifax)
|FM 96.9||CJXL-FM||XL96||Country (English)|
|FM 98.3||CBAL-FM||Espace musique||Classical, jazz and folk (French)|
|FM 99.9||CHOY-FM||Choix-FM 99.9, L'Acadie country||Country (French)|
|FM 103.1||CJMO-FM||C103||Mainstream Rock (English)|
|FM 103.9||CFQM-FM||Max-FM||Classic Hits (English)|
|FM 105.1||CITA-FM||CITA||Christian music (English)|
|FM 106.1||CBAM-FM||CBC Radio One||News and information (English)|
|FM 107.3||CKOE-FM||CKO Radio||Contemporary Christian music (English)|
Major radio broadcasting companies in the Greater Moncton area.
Defunct AM radio stations
- CKCW-AM 1220 kHz (1370 kHz - 1934 to 1941) (1400 kHz - 1941 to 1946) (1220 kHz - 1946 to 2001)
AM signal signed off on April 11, 2001, having moved to 94.5 FM as CKCW-FM.
- CBA-AM 1070 kHz (1050 kHz - 1939 to 1941) (1070 kHz - 1941 to 2008)
CBC FM transmitter signed on in January 2008 and the call sign was changed to CBAM-FM. The 50,000-watt clear-channel station outlet for the Maritimes was the last AM station in eastern New Brunswick (signed off in April 2008). Its transmitter site was on Dover Road in Dieppe.
- CBAF-AM 1300 kHz (1954 - 1988)
AM transmitter was discontinued in 1988 and after eight years of simulcasting the FM transmitter, it became the station's primary frequency. It's former AM transmitter was located on Amirault Street, Dieppe.
- CHLR-AM 1380 kHz (1981-1985)
French-language radio station which had an effective radiated power of 10,000 watts.
- Times & Transcript - anglophone
- Telegraph-Journal (Saint John) distributed throughout the province - anglophone
- L'Acadie Nouvelle - francophone
- L'Étoile - Édition Dieppe - francophone
- Here (English language urban alternative weekly distributed to Saint John, Greater Moncton and Fredericton)