Media in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

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This is a list of media in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

Radio[edit]

The following stations are those local to Prince Albert, as well as those outside the area that can be tuned in easily.

Call sign Frequency City of License Owner Format Common Name Notes
CBK 0540 AM Watrous, Saskatchewan Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Public News/Talk CBC Radio 1
CKSW 0570 AM Swift Current, Saskatchewan Golden West Broadcasting Country
CJWW 0600 AM Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Saskatoon Media Group Country
CKRM 0620 AM Regina, Saskatchewan Harvard Broadcasting Country
CKOM 0650 AM Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Rawlco Radio News/Talk News Talk 650
CKJH 0750 AM Melfort, Saskatchewan Radio CJVR Oldies CK 750
CBKF-2 0860 AM Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Public News/Talk (French) Première Chaîne Re-broadcaster of CBKF-FM
CKBI 0900 AM Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Rawlco Radio Country Country 900 CKBI
CJLR-FM-3 088.1 FM Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Missinipi Broadcasting Corporation First Nations Community Radio MBC
CBK-FM-1 089.1 FM Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Public Music CBC Radio 2 Re-broadcaster of CBK-FM
CKSF-FM 090.1 FM Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Société canadienne-française de Prince Albert Public News/Talk (French) Première Chaîne Re-broadcaster of CBKF-FM
CFMM-FM 099.1 FM Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Rawlco Radio Hot Adult Contemporary Power 99 FM
CIAM-FM-10 0100.1 FM Buckland, Saskatchewan CIAM Media & Radio Broadcasting Association Community Christian radio CIAM ("C-I-Am")
CHQX-FM 0101.5 FM Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Rawlco Radio Active Rock Mix 101 FM

Television[edit]

Prince Albert was previously served by CKBI-TV channel 5, a private CBC Television outlet; this station would close down in 2002, with its transmitter becoming CBKST-9, a repeater of CBKST Saskatoon, which in turn was a semi-satellite of CBKT Regina. CBKST-9 closed down on July 31, 2012, due to budget cuts handed down by the CBC.[1][2] CBC broadcasts continue to be received in the city via the network's national feed.

Newspapers[edit]

Online[edit]

Internet Access[edit]

In February 2007, Prince Albert was selected as one of four cities in Saskatchewan to provide free-of-charge wireless Internet access. The free Internet access, made possible through the Government of Saskatchewan's " The Saskatchewan Connected Initiative", will be available to the City's downtown area, as well as the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST) Woodland Campus.[4]

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