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City Toronto, Ontario
Branding RadioHumber
Frequency 96.9 MHz (FM)
First air date 2004
Format campus radio
ERP vertical polarization only:
60 watts
HAAT 31 meters (102 ft)
Class A1
Callsign meaning C K Humber College
Owner Humber College

CKHC-FM is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 96.9 FM in Toronto, Ontario. It is the campus radio station of the city's Humber College. CKHC's studios and transmitter are located at the Humber College's North Campus building on Humber College Boulevard.

The station was licensed by the CRTC in 2004.[1] CKHC was the first radio station in Canada to voluntarily adopt a 100 per cent Canadian content playlist. In 2005, the station was approved for a campus instructional license and an increase in power. It can now be heard at a radius of 10 km around the Humber North campus. The station is known on-air as RadioHumber.

Programming includes a daily news magazine show @Humber, which airs Monday to Friday at 12 and again at 6 p.m. Jazz from Humber's renowned music program at 8 a.m. and midnight, along with a daily sports show, Humber Sportsdrive at 5:30 p.m.

On-air Talent[edit]

Stan Musial, Daniel Shumka, Conor Seabrook, Trystan Yates-Owen, Siobhan Woodrow, Kenan Habibovic, Vannessa Carrocio, Tori Fixman, Geordie Huband, Samantha Dean, Sarah Ferriera, Tianna Cox, Colin Bradbury, Andrew Berkeley, Ryan Gosse, Nicholas Miron, Nicholas Di Carlo, Shannon Morton, Stephan Carney, Joseph Pezzente, Cory Graham, Adam Haga. Stefan Brum (NEWS DOE)


2013-665 CRTC Decision regarding the Broadcast license of CKHC-FM

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Coordinates: 43°43′43″N 79°36′30″W / 43.72861°N 79.60833°W / 43.72861; -79.60833