CKNI-FM

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CKNI-FM
91.9 The Bend Logo.png
City Moncton, New Brunswick
Branding 91.9 The Bend
Slogan Metro's Perfect Music Mix
Frequency 91.9 MHz (FM)
First air date October 11, 2005
Format adult contemporary
ERP 29.5 kWs (vertical)
70 kW (horizontal)
HAAT 211 meters (692 ft)
Class C
Owner Acadia Broadcasting
Website www.919thebend.ca

CKNI-FM is a Canadian radio station broadcasting at 91.9 FM in Moncton, New Brunswick. Owned by Acadia Broadcasting, the station broadcasts an adult contemporary format branded as 91.9 The Bend. CKNI's studios and offices are located at Jones Lake Place on Main Street in Moncton.

CKNI-FM (2005-2014)[edit]

On November 26, 2004, Rogers Media received CRTC approval to operate a new English-language commercial FM News/Talk radio station at 91.9 FM in Moncton, New Brunswick. [1] News 91.9's first broadcast was on October 11, 2005 with studios located on Assomption Boulevard in downtown Moncton. CKNI was networked with sister stations CHNI-FM (which had been sold to Newcap Radio and became known as Rock 88.9) in Saint John and CJNI-FM (News 95.7) in Halifax. Broadcasts included the national award-winning morning news/talk show The Morning News with Allan Dearing and Tara Clow from 6 to 10am weekdays. CKNI-FM also broadcast Moncton Wildcats, Ottawa Senators and Toronto Blue Jays games.

On March 31, 2014, CKNI-FM was sold to Acadia Broadcasting. On August 8, 2014, CKNI dropped its news/talk format and flipped to adult contemporary branded as 91.9 The Bend.

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Coordinates: 46°08′41″N 64°54′11″W / 46.14472°N 64.90306°W / 46.14472; -64.90306