CIZL-FM

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CIZL-FM
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City Regina, Saskatchewan
Broadcast area Regina, Saskatchewan
Branding Z99
Slogan "Regina's #1 Hit Music Station"
Frequency 98.9 MHz FM
First air date June 1982
Format Adult top 40
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 190 meters (620 ft)
Class C
Owner Rawlco Communications
Sister stations CJME, CKCK-FM
Webcast Listen Live
Website www.z99.com

CIZL-FM, known on air as Z99, is a radio station in Regina, Saskatchewan broadcasting at 98.9 MHz FM. It has studios with sister stations CJME and CKCK-FM at 2401 Saskatchewan Drive in Regina.

Z99 was founded in 1982 by Rawlco Communications. Its original format was modern rock, and has evolved over the years between the contemporary hit radio and Adult CHR formats. However, its name and logo have remained constant.

C.C., Lorie and Buzz host the morning show. C.C., short for "Concerned Citizen", has been hosting or co-hosting the program continuously since the station launched. Other personalities during its Album rock hey day in the mid-80's included Dave Shannon, Robin Phillips, Bryan Sinclair, Gary Theal, Barry Taylor, Gayle Fox (Zarbatany), Evil Ed Walker and Don Lehn.

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Coordinates: 50°30′22″N 104°33′07″W / 50.50611°N 104.55194°W / 50.50611; -104.55194