CJXL-FM

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CJXL-FM
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CityMoncton, New Brunswick
BrandingNew Country 96-9
SloganNew Country Music for Greater Moncton
Frequency96.9 MHz (FM)
First air dateNovember 2001
FormatCountry music
ERP100,000 watts
HAAT254 meters (833 ft)
ClassC1
OwnerStingray Group
Sister stationsCJMO-FM
Websitewww.newcountry969.ca

CJXL-FM is a Canadian radio station broadcasting at 96.9 FM in Moncton, New Brunswick serving the Greater Moncton area. The station currently broadcasts a country format branded on-air as New Country 96.9 and is owned by the Stingray Group.

History[edit]

The station first went on the air in November 2001 originally as XL 96 FM with a country music format, this was the first time since 1998 that the country music format was being heard on FM in the Greater Moncton area. On February 1, 2017, the station changed its branding from XL 96 to New Country 96.9 but maintained the same format.

Schedule[edit]

Current on air schedule includes The Scotty & Tony Show (Scotty Horsman, Tony Smith, formerly at Magic 104) mornings, Paul Thomas in mid-days, Shilo Bellis afternoons, with additional support from "Handsome" Paul Thomas, Doug Something, Adam McLaren (formerly at K94-5), along with Canadian syndicated programming from Casey Clarke, and Paul McGuire.

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Coordinates: 45°50′55″N 64°47′15″W / 45.84861°N 64.78750°W / 45.84861; -64.78750