|City||Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada|
|Frequency||90.5 MHz (FM)|
|First air date||1997|
|Format||Contemporary hit radio|
|HAAT||87 meters (285 ft)|
|Owner||Radio Fredericton Inc.|
The station signed on in 1997 from its studios at Le Centre Communautaire Sainte-Anne (Fredericton).
In June 2013, CJPN announced that due to financial difficulties, the station may close as early as July 15 if additional funding is not secured; the station needs at least $25,000 to stay on the air after July 15, and $50,000 to stay on through the end of 2013. A shutdown of the station would leave Fredericton without a locally based French-language station.
In August 2015, CJPN announced that, after following a new strategic plan, revenues had increased substantially and it had managed to repay all of its debts. As part of the changes, the company developed a strategic alliance with Miramichi's CKMA-FM and Saint John's CHQC-FM. The CEO of the three stations, Alexandre Deslongchamps, stated that the organization now has 15 employees and revenues since 2013 have doubled, if not tripled.
- Decision CRTC 96-707
- Yard, Bridget (June 18, 2013). "Fredericton's only French radio station may close". CBC News. Retrieved June 19, 2013.
- Corriveau, Michel (August 5, 2015). "Une alliance pour assurer la survie de radios communautaires". Radio Canada. Retrieved August 10, 2015.
- (French) CJPN-FM
- CJPN history - Canadian Communications Foundation
- Query the REC's Canadian station database for CJPN-FM
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