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CJNS 102.3 logo.png
City Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan
Branding 1050 CJNB

102.3 FM

1240 AM Radio (1977-2004)
First air date 1977
Format country music
ERP 30 kWs vertical polarization
45 kWs horizontal polarization
HAAT 157.6 meters (517 ft)
Class B
Callsign meaning C J Northern Saskatchewan
Owner Jim Pattison Group
Sister stations CJNB, CJCQ-FM, CJHD-FM
Website cjns.ca

CJNS-FM is a Canadian radio station that broadcasts a country music format at 102.3 FM in Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan. CJNS is owned by the Jim Pattison Group.

The station provides some 30 hours of local programming a week, 6 hours per day, Monday to Friday. The remainder of the programming continues to originate from, and is basically a satellite of, CJNB in North Battleford. Its radio studio is at 225 Centre Street in Meadow Lake.

CJNS originally began broadcasting in 1977 as an AM radio station at 1240 on the AM dial, until it moved to FM in 2004.[1]


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Coordinates: 53°53′08″N 108°24′35″W / 53.88556°N 108.40972°W / 53.88556; -108.40972