Media in Timmins
With the launch of CFCL in 1952, Timmins became home to the first French-language radio station in Ontario. (The first French-language radio station in Canada outside of Quebec, CKSB, was launched in 1946 in Saint-Boniface, Manitoba.)
Currently, many of the city's radio stations simulcast stations from Sudbury for at least part of their broadcast day.
|FM 92.1||CJQQ-FM||Q92||active rock||Rogers Media|
|FM 93.1||CHMT-FM||Moose FM||adult contemporary||Vista Broadcast Group|
|FM 94.3||CKTT-FM||tourist information||Tri-Tel Communications|
|FM 96.1||CBCJ-FM||CBC Radio One||news/talk||Canadian Broadcasting Corporation|
|FM 97.1||CBON-FM-25||Première Chaîne||news/talk||Canadian Broadcasting Corporation||French|
|FM 99.3||CKGB-FM||Kiss 99.3||hot adult contemporary||Rogers Media|
|FM 101.5||CHTI-FM||tourist information||1158556 Ontario Ltd. (Roger de Brabant)|
|FM 104.1||CHYK-FM||Le Loup 104.1||hot adult contemporary||Le5 Communications||French|
|FM 106.7||CJWT-FM||Wawatay||First Nations community radio||Wawatay Native Communications Society|
Timmins is home to one television station which is locally licensed, CITO-TV. However, that station effectively acts as a satellite of Sudbury's CICI-TV as part of the CTV Northern Ontario system — the station's only direct local production is a brief local news insert which airs as part of regional newscasts produced at the Sudbury station. The city formerly also had its own CBC Television affiliate, CFCL-TV. However, that station was acquired directly by the CBC in 2002, and became a straight analogue rebroadcaster of CBLT-DT from Toronto; the repeater would close down on July 31, 2012, due to budget cuts.
Timmins is not designated as a mandatory market for digital television conversion; currently, no station in the region has a digital transmitter in operation.
|OTA channel||DTV channel||Cable channel||Call sign||Network||Notes|
|11||11||6||CHCH-TV-7||Independent||satellite of CHCH-DT Hamilton|
|13||13||5||CIII-TV-13||Global||satellite of CIII-DT Toronto|
|none||none||3||EastLink News||community channel||EastLink; formerly Persona News 3|
The cable television provider in the city is EastLink (formerly Persona Cable). The city's community channel is branded as EastLink News. EastLink also produces a separate channel for real estate and advertising listings, branded as ClaimPost Realty.
Timmins is one of the few cities in Ontario whose cable provider carries an affiliate of the Quebec television network V (in this case, Montreal flagship CFJP-DT), which has only voluntary carriage rights outside of Quebec. In addition, Eastlink also carries Gatineau TVA affiliate CHOT-DT, instead of Montreal's CFTM-DT, which most cable systems outside of Quebec and Ottawa Valley carry; due to the region's large Franco-Ontarian community, Northern Cable, EastLink's predecessor in much of Northeastern Ontario, already carried CHOT long before TVA carriage became mandatory nationwide.
- Timmins Daily Press, owned by Osprey Media(Sun Media/Quebecor)
- The Timmins Times 
- Les Nouvelles 
- L'Express de Timmins