CKUV-FM

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CKUV-FM
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City Okotoks, Alberta
Broadcast area Calgary, Alberta
Branding The Eagle 100.9
Slogan Today's Best Music!
Frequency 100.9 MHz
First air date August 29, 2003 as CFXL-FM
Format Hot AC/Classic hits
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 138.2 meters (453 ft)
Class C1
Owner Golden West Broadcasting
Sister stations CFIT-FM, CFXO-FM
Website The Eagle 100.9

CKUV-FM is a Canadian radio station being licensed to Okotoks, Alberta, serving the Foothills region of Alberta broadcasting at 100.9 FM. The station currently broadcasts a hot adult contemporary format branded as "The Eagle 100.9". The station first began broadcasting in 2003.[1] The station is currently owned by Golden West Broadcasting.

The station held the call sign CFXL-FM until June 2008, when it adopted its current call sign. The former CIQX-FM in Calgary took over the CFXL-FM call sign a few days later.

The Eagle also operates a local news portal called Okotoks Online and focuses on providing local news and coverage for Okotoks and surrounding area.

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Coordinates: 50°55′25″N 113°50′02″W / 50.92361°N 113.83389°W / 50.92361; -113.83389