|Branding||99.9 The Fox|
|Slogan||Today's Best Music|
|Frequency||99.9 MHz FM|
|First air date||14 September 1981|
|HAAT||76 meters (249 ft)|
|Former callsigns||CJFI (1981-1988)|
|Sister stations||CHKS-FM, CHOK|
CFGX-FM is a Canadian radio station, which broadcasts at 99.9 FM in Sarnia, Ontario. The station broadcasts a current/recurrent-based adult contemporary format with the brand name The Fox. As with many mainstream ACs in Canada, CFGX has a "hotter" and "brighter" sound than American stations with the same format, thus positioning it in-between U.S.-based competitors WGRT and adult top 40 station WBTI.
CFGX-FM can be heard in the eastern parts of Michigan and used to have a listenable signal in much of Macomb County before Detroit's WCHB-AM signed on an FM translator at 99.9. The station can be heard as far east as London and Chatham to the south.
CKJD and CJFI were sold to Maclean-Hunter subsidiary Blue Water Broadcasting on 16 July 1987. When Rogers acquired Maclean-Hunter on 19 December 1994, the Blue Water stations were spun off to Blackburn Radio.
- The Fox 99.9 FM
- CFGX-FM history - Canadian Communications Foundation
- Query the REC's Canadian station database for CFGX-FM
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