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|City||Prince George, British Columbia|
|Frequency||88.7 MHz (FM)|
|First air date||September 12, 2001 (licensed)|
|ERP||horizontal polarization only:
|HAAT||105 meters (344 ft)|
|Owner||University of Northern British Columbia
(CFUR Radio Society)
CFUR-FM is a Canadian FM radio station, broadcasting at FM 88.7 in Prince George, British Columbia. A campus radio station based at the University of Northern British Columbia. The "FUR" (as it is known colloquially) is governed by the CFUR Radio Society, a non-profit corporation consisting of students and other community members who promote CFUR via membership drives, fundraisers, and on-air broadcasting.
CFUR’s mission is to support the cultural, artistic, and political evolution of northern British Columbia.
CFUR does this by:
–Providing space to share and discover new music and ideas;
–Searching for and championing local talent;
–Aiming to be as inclusive and diverse as the communities we serve; and
–Approaching our work with a spirit of adventure, open-mindedness and good humour
The station was originally licensed by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission on September 12, 2001 as a developmental campus/community station, a licence process created by the CRTC to encourage and streamline the creation of campus and community radio stations. The station was subsequently granted a full Class A license in 2007.
Blackfoot's "Highway Song" was the first song broadcast on September 12, 2001.
- CFUR-FM history - Canadian Communications Foundation
- Query the REC's Canadian station database for CFUR-FM
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