CKQC-FM

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CKQC-FM
CKQC 107.1COUNTRY logo.jpeg
CityAbbotsford, British Columbia
Broadcast areaFraser Valley
BrandingCountry 107.1
SloganToday's Best Country
Frequency107.1 MHz (FM)
First air dateAugust 20, 1962
Formatcountry music
ERP1 kW (peak)
215 watts (average)
horizontal polarization only
HAAT150.5 metres (494 ft)
ClassA
Transmitter coordinates49°03′08″N 122°14′56″W / 49.0522°N 122.249°W / 49.0522; -122.249
Former callsignsCFVR (1962-1994)
CKMA (1994-2000)
CFSR (2000-2001)
CFSR-FM (2001-2005)
Former frequencies1240 kHz (AM) (1962-1977)
850 kHz (AM) (1977-2001)
92.5 MHz (FM) (April–June 2002)
OwnerRogers Media
(Rogers Media, Inc.)
Sister stationsCKKS-FM, CJAX-FM, CKWX, CKSR-FM
Webcastplayer.country1071.com
Websitewww.country1071.com

CKQC-FM is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 107.1 FM in Abbotsford, British Columbia. Owned by Rogers Communications, the station airs a country music format branded as Country 107.1.[1]

CKQC-FM Previous Logo

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Decision CRTC 2001-317". CRTC. June 5, 2001. Retrieved October 29, 2017.

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Coordinates: 49°03′08″N 122°14′58″W / 49.05222°N 122.24944°W / 49.05222; -122.24944