CHAT-FM

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CHAT-FM
City of license Medicine Hat, Alberta
Branding CHAT 94.5 FM
Slogan Today's Country
Frequency 94.5 MHz (FM)
First air date 2005
Format country music
ERP 58 kW
Class B
Transmitter coordinates 50°04′34″N 110°45′18″W / 50.076°N 110.755°W / 50.076; -110.755Coordinates: 50°04′34″N 110°45′18″W / 50.076°N 110.755°W / 50.076; -110.755
Callsign meaning Canada Medicine HAT
Owner Jim Pattison Group
Website CHAT 94.5 FM

CHAT-FM is a Canadian radio station that broadcasts a country music radio format at 94.5 FM in Medicine Hat, Alberta. The station is owned by the Jim Pattison Group.

The station originally began broadcasting as an AM station in 1946 at 1270 AM, where it remained until the station moved to 94.5 FM in 2006.[1] The station rebroadcasts on 104.5 CKUD-FM in the Maple Creek, Saskatchewan area.[citation needed]

Notable people[edit]

Jurgen Gothe, who later became a prominent national broadcaster on CBC Radio 2, got his start as an advertising copywriter for the station.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2005-242
  2. ^ "Gothe understands the magic of his medium". Broadcast Week, August 15, 1987.

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