CJDM-FM

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CJDM-FM
City Drummondville, Quebec
Broadcast area Centre-du-Québec
Branding Radio Énergie Drummondville 92.1
Frequency 92.1 MHz (FM)
Format contemporary hit radio
ERP 3,000 watts
HAAT 91 meters (299 ft)
Class A
Callsign meaning DruMondville
Affiliations Énergie
Owner Bell Media
(Bell Media Radio)
Sister stations CHRD-FM
Website http://www.radionrj.ca/drummondville
Previous CJDM logo using the Énergie branding.

CJDM-FM is a French-language Canadian radio station located in Drummondville, Quebec.

It is owned and operated by Bell Media, and broadcasts on 92.1 MHz with an effective radiated power of 3,000 watts (class A) using an omnidirectional antenna.[1]

The station has a contemporary hit radio format and is part of the Énergie network which operates across Quebec.

The station was acquired by Corus Entertainment in 2001, and later by Astral Media in 2005, when Astral swapped its AM stations for Corus's smaller FM stations and adopting the Énergie branding at the same time. (Énergie was heard from 2001 to 2003 on now-sister station CHRD-FM.)

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Coordinates: 45°54′44″N 72°30′57″W / 45.91222°N 72.51583°W / 45.91222; -72.51583