|Slogan||LA VOIX FRANÇAISE DU SUD-OUEST DE MONTRÉAL|
|Frequency||100.1 MHz (FM)|
|First air date||September 29, 2008|
|ERP||vertical polarization only:
550 watts average
1 kW peak
|HAAT||52.5 meters (172 ft)|
Owned and operated by Yves Sauvé, it broadcasts on 100.1 MHz using a directional antenna with an average effective radiated power of 1,000 watts (class A). The station has an adult hits format, including music from 1955 to 1995 and identifies itself as CJVD 100,1. CJVD-FM serves Vaudreuil-Soulanges, the West Island communities of Montreal, Valleyfield, Beauharnois and Chateauguay.
The radio station was founded on September 29, 2008 by Sauvé with the collaboration of Richard Noël, two well-known broadcasters in Quebec. These professionals worked during many years for important radio stations before the foundation of CJVD-FM.
The station was given approval by the CRTC on July 6, 2007. However, as Sauvé had requested the 106.3 frequency, which was instead granted to Canadian Hellenic Cable Radio (CHCR) for a multicultural station (which would become CKIN-FM), Sauvé's approval was made conditional on submitting a new application to use another frequency. His application for 100.1 MHz was granted on May 2, 2008.
- CJVD 100,1
- CJVD-FM - Vaudreuil-Dorion
- CJVD-FM history – Canadian Communications Foundation
- Query the REC's Canadian station database for CJVD-FM
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