Rogers Radio

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Rogers Radio
Type Subsidiary
Industry Broadcasting
Genre Media Broadcasting
Predecessors Rogers Communications
Founded Toronto, Canada (1959 (1959))
Founders Edward S. Rogers, Sr.
Headquarters Rogers Building, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Number of locations 54 stations (2009) at 2009-12-31
Area served Canada
Key people
Services Radio Entertainment
Owners Rogers
Employees N/A
Parent Rogers Media
(via Rogers Communications)
Website Rogers Radio

Rogers Radio is a subdivision of Rogers Communications' Rogers Media, specializing in the radio broadcasting industry. Rogers Radio is Canada's third-largest radio broadcaster (after Bell Media Radio & Newcap Broadcasting) and the largest based in Ontario.

As of August 2014, the company owns and operates 47 stations in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, and Ontario.


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1In addition to these two stations, Rogers may have some involvement in the operations of WLYK Cape Vincent, New York, U.S.A. (owned by Border International Broadcasting), which also targets the Kingston area. The previous owners of CIKR and CKXC had operated the station under a local marketing agreement prior to the sale of those two stations, and all three stations are still based at the same Kingston studios.

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