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City Quebec City, Quebec
Frequency 88.3 MHz (FM)
First air date October 31, 1984
Format community radio
ERP 350 watts
Class A
Owner Radio Basse-Ville

CKIA-FM is a French-language Canadian radio station located in Quebec City, Quebec.

The station operates under a community radio licence and is owned by a non-profit group known as Radio Basse-Ville. It broadcasts on 88.3 MHz with an effective radiated power of 350 watts (class A) using an omnidirectional antenna, broadcasting from Edifice Marie-Guyart in downtown Quebec City.

CKIA-FM opened on October 31, 1984 and was originally on 96.1 MHz with a power of only 6.8 watts. The station had to move to a new frequency to increase its power; the move and the power increase took place in September 2001, and the station then began stereophonic transmissions. The 96.1 MHz frequency is now used by CBM-FM-2, a CBC Radio 2 station which is actually a rebroadcaster of Montreal station CBM-FM.

In 2016, the station premiered TransRéalité, the first radio program in Quebec devoted to transgender issues.[1]


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Coordinates: 46°48′27″N 71°13′00″W / 46.80750°N 71.21667°W / 46.80750; -71.21667