CHUB-FM

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CHUB-FM
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City Red Deer, Alberta
Broadcast area Central Alberta
Branding Big 105.5 FM
Slogan Red Deer's Best Music
Frequency 105.5 MHz (FM)
First air date April 30, 1949
Format Hot adult contemporary
Language(s) English
Power 100,000 watts
Transmitter coordinates 52°16′30″N 113°41′28″W / 52.275°N 113.691°W / 52.275; -113.691
Former callsigns CKRD
Former frequencies 1230 kHz (AM) (1949-1954)
850 AM (1954-1985)
700 AM (1985-2000)
Owner Jim Pattison Group
Sister stations 106.7 The Drive (CFDV-FM)
Webcast Listen Live
Website BIG 105.5 FM

CHUB-FM is a Canadian radio station that broadcasts at 105.5 FM in Red Deer, Alberta with a hot adult contemporary format branded as Big 105. CHUB is currently owned by the Jim Pattison Group.

The station originally began broadcasting as CKRD at 1230 kHz/AM in 1949. In 1954, CKRD moved from 1230 to 850 AM and moved to its last AM frequency at 700 AM in 1985,[1] until it moved to its current FM frequency at 105.5 in 2000 with the current callsign, CHUB.[2]

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