|City of license||Kitchener, Ontario, Canada|
|Broadcast area||Waterloo Region|
|Branding||96.7 CHYM (pronounced "chime") FM|
|Slogan||Today's Best Music|
|Frequency||96.7 MHz (FM)|
|First air date||1929|
|Owner||Rogers Media, a division of Rogers Communications
|Sister stations||CKGL, CIKZ-FM|
|Website||96.7 CHYM FM|
CHYM-FM can be received in far eastern parts of the Thumb region of the neighbouring U.S. state of Michigan. However, it often interferes with CHYR 96.7 in Leamington, Ontario. CHYM can also be well received to the south in Erie, Pennsylvania.
- For the history of the 96.7 FM frequency in Kitchener from 1949 to 1993, see CKGL.
The station was originally launched in 1929 as AM 645 CKCR. The station's frequency moved to 1510 in 1934. In 1949, FM sister station CKCR-FM was launched.
In 1965, the stations were acquired by Great Lakes Broadcasting, a consortium that included Maclean-Hunter. Both stations changed their callsigns to CHYM (pronounced as "chime") that year. In 1972, the FM outlet's callsign was changed again, to CKGL (evidently for 'Kitchener, Great Lakes').
In 1982, Maclean-Hunter took over full ownership of the stations.
The CHYM and CKGL intellectual units (call signs, branding, and programming, but not the licences themselves) swapped frequencies in 1992, with CHYM moving to the FM band. (CRTC approval was required, but only as a format swap between the existing stations at 570 and 96.7 as required under the regulations at the time, not a formal exchange of frequencies.) The stations became part of Rogers in 1994 when that company acquired Maclean-Hunter.
- "Decision CRTC 92-599". 1992-08-20. Retrieved 2011-12-16.
- 96.7 CHYM FM
- CHYM history at Canadian Communications Foundation
- Query the REC's Canadian station database for CHYM-FM