CKEA-FM

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CKEA-FM
CKEA 95.7CRUZfm logo.png
City Edmonton, Alberta
Branding 95.7 Cruz FM
Slogan Great Music. All the Time.
Frequency 95.7 MHz (FM)
First air date September 6, 2010
Format classic hits
ERP 47,000 watts average
100,000 watts peak
HAAT 210 meters (690 ft)
Class C1
Transmitter coordinates 53°25′9″N 113°14′29″W / 53.41917°N 113.24139°W / 53.41917; -113.24139
Callsign meaning CK Edmonton, Alberta
Owner Harvard Broadcasting
Sister stations CJNW-FM
Website www.957cruzfm.com

CKEA-FM is a Canadian radio station in Edmonton, Alberta broadcasting a classic hits format at 95.7 FM. CKEA's studios are located on Calgary Trail in Edmonton, while its transmitter is located at Ellerslie Road and Provincial Highway 21, just southeast of Edmonton city limits.

The station's license was approved by the CRTC in July 2009, [1] [2] and officially launched on September 6, 2010 as 95.7 The Sound, with an adult album alternative format.[3] On March 25, 2011, the station flipped to adult contemporary branded as "Lite 95.7",[4] and switched to its current format as "95.7 Cruz FM" on December 27, 2013.[5]

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