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|City||Fredericton, New Brunswick|
|Branding||105.3 The Fox|
|Slogan||Fredericton's Best Rock
The classic rock you love, the new rock you need!
|Frequency||105.3 MHz (FM)|
|First air date||July 15, 1983 as CKHJ-FM 93.1 FM|
|Callsign meaning||C FoXY|
(Bell Media Radio Atlantic Inc.)
|Sister stations||CKHJ, CIBX-FM|
CFXY-FM is a Canadian radio station in Fredericton, New Brunswick that broadcasts at 105.3 FM. The station uses its on-air brand as 105.3 The Fox with an Active rock format. The station is owned by Bell Media which also owns sister stations CIBX-FM and CKHJ.
CFXY was launched on July 15, 1983, as CKHJ-FM and operated at 93.1 on the FM dial. In 1992, CKHJ-FM received CRTC approval to change its frequency from 93.1 to 105.3 FM.
In June 2000, CIHI (1260 AM) changed its callsign and switched frequencies with its co-owned country-format station, CKHJ, which was at 105.3 FM.
The station was owned by Radio One Ltd. until 1999, when it was sold to Telemedia Communications. Telemedia sold the stations to Astral Media in 2002, which was then acquired by Bell Media as of 2013.
The station's transmitter is at Hamtown Corner, north west of Fredericton.
- Official website
- CFXY history - Canadian Communications Foundation
- Query the REC's Canadian station database for CFXY-FM
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