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Broadcast area Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada
Branding Local 107.3 FM
Frequency 107.3 MHz (FM)
First air date 2001 (radio club in 1972)
Format Campus radio/Community Radio
ERP 250 watts
HAAT 50.5 meters (166 ft)
Class A1

CFMH-FM is a Canadian radio station broadcasting at 107.3 MHz in Saint John, New Brunswick. It is the campus-based community radio station at the University of New Brunswick Saint John. CFMH-FM's studios and offices are located in the Thomas J. Condon Student Centre on the UNB Saint John campus in the North End of Saint John.

CFMH-FM is a member of the National Campus and Community Radio Association (NCRA). The station has hosted the 2002 and 2015 editions of National Campus and Community Radio Conference, an annual national gathering of community-oriented radio broadcasters that also hosts the annual general meeting of the NCRA.

The station launched in 2001 on 92.5 FM,[1] and adopted its current frequency on October 29, 2007.[2] On August 14, 2010, CFMH-FM changed their branding and logo becoming LOCAL-FM. This change in branding represents the station's position as the alternative voice of the greater Saint John area with more local DJs and local programming than any other Saint John radio station.

Main station staff[edit]

Past staff:

Notable Shows[edit]

!earshot 20 (2012–present): A nationally syndicated community radio program provided through the National Campus and Community Radio Association on more than 25 radio stations across Canada. Features a countdown of the top 20 albums on community radio each week, artist interviews, and a week-in-review segment from Exclaim!. Hosted by Anthony Enman and Brian Cleveland.

North Meets South (2010-2015): Music and talk from all points on the compass. Hosted by Joaquin Zubizaretta.

Ear Candy (prev. Rock Contours, 2007–present): New catchy pop/rock songs married with bits of news about the artists. Hosted by Mark O'Connor.

Rock O'Clock (since 1996): New music, indie, CanCon, local and much more. Hosted by Derek Wurts (previous Programming Director).

The Gothic Horror Show (2000–present): Goth, death metal, black metal & a bit of industrial thrown in for extra flavor. Hosted by Scott Livingstone.

The Mixed Tape (2005–present): Weekly all new, independent Canadian music program. Syndicated on over 10 community radio partners. Hosted by Brian Cleveland.


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Coordinates: 45°18′23″N 66°05′09″W / 45.30639°N 66.08583°W / 45.30639; -66.08583