CJVR-FM

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CJVR FM100.3-105.1-106.3 logo.png
Branding 105 CJVR
Slogan Today's Best Country
Format country
ERP 43 kWs vertical
100 kWs horizontal
HAAT 122.8 meters (403 ft)
Class C1
Owner Fabmar Communications Ltd.
Sister stations CKJH, CIXM-FM CHWK-FM
Webcast [1]
Website www.cjvr.com

CJVR-FM is a Canadian radio station broadcasting at 105.1 FM in Melfort, Saskatchewan. Owned by Fabmar Communications, the station airs a country music format. It is located with sister station CKJH at 611 Main Street.

History[edit]

The station received CRTC approval on December 7, 2001 and originally began broadcasting in 2002.[1] CJVR is currently a sister station of CKJH, which first went on the air in 1966 as the original CJVR at 1420 AM. In 1995, CJVR moved to 750 AM, where it has remained to the present.[2] The station changed to its present call letters in 2002 when CJVR-FM signed on and adopted the AM station's previous country format, while CKJH switched to an oldies music format. The station was formerly called FM Country CJVR. Since 2011, it has been 105 CJVR Today's Best Country.

Transmitters[edit]

Rebroadcasters of CJVR-FM
City of license Identifier Frequency Power Class RECNet CRTC Decision
Carrot River CJVR-FM-3 99.7 FM 45 watts LP Query
Humboldt/Dafoe CJVR-FM-1 100.3 FM 100,000 watts C1 Query
Waskesiu CJVR-FM-2 106.3 FM 7,100 watts B1 Query
Melfort CJVR-FM 105.1 FM 100,000 watts C4 Query

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Coordinates: 53°03′25″N 104°36′36″W / 53.05694°N 104.61000°W / 53.05694; -104.61000