CHGO-FM

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CHGO-FM
CHGO CapitaleRock104.3 logo.png
City Val-d'Or, Quebec
Branding Capitale Rock
Slogan Produit 100% Local
Frequency 104.3 MHz (FM)
First air date 1939
Format active rock
Language(s) French
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 164.5 meters (540 ft)
Class C1
Former callsigns CKVD (1939-1999)
Owner RNC Media
Sister stations CJGO-FM
Website www.abitibi.capitalerock.ca

CHGO-FM is a Canadian radio station, which broadcasts at 104.3 FM in Val-d'Or, Quebec. The station airs an active rock format branded as Capitale Rock. It also shares much of its programming with CJGO in La Sarre, although the two stations each produce their own separate morning programs.

The radio station originally began as CKVD 900, [1] an AM station that was part of the Abitibi AM network since 1939 with CHAD Amos (now defunct)[2] and CKRN Rouyn-Noranda (now CHOA-FM),[3] until it was converted to FM in 1999.[4] CHGO also had a rebroadcaster in:

CHGO and CJGO are owned by RNC Media.

References[edit]

  1. ^ CKVD history (defunct) - Canadian Communications Foundation
  2. ^ CHAD History (defunct) - Canadian Communications Foundation
  3. ^ CKRN History (defunct) - Canadian Communications Foundation
  4. ^ Decision CRTC 98-106
  5. ^ Decision CRTC 99-202
  6. ^ Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2010-555

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Coordinates: 48°24′54″N 77°46′53″W / 48.41500°N 77.78139°W / 48.41500; -77.78139