CKXO-FM

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CKXO-FM
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City Chibougamau, Quebec
Branding Planète 93,5
Slogan Mon univers musical
Frequency 93.5 MHz (FM)
First air date November 21, 1969
Format Adult Contemporary
ERP 13.386 kWs average
56.23 kWs peak
horizontal polarization only
HAAT 222.5 meters (730 ft)
Class C1
Owner RNC Media
(Groupe Radio Antenne 6 Inc.)
Sister stations CFGT-FM, CHRL-FM, CHVD-FM, CKYK-FM
Website www.chibougamau.planeteradio.ca

CKXO-FM is a French-language Canadian radio station in Chibougamau, Quebec.

Owned and operated by RNC Media's Antenne 6 subsidiary, it broadcasts on 93.5 MHz with an average effective radiated power of 19,800 watts and a peak effective radiated power of 75,000 watts (class C1). The station has an adult contemporary music format branded as Planète 93,5.

The station was originally launched on November 21, 1969 by Radio Maria-Chapdelaine, broadcasting on 1240 AM with the call sign CJMD. The station later launched a rebroadcaster in Chapais in 1971, broadcasting on 1340 AM with the call sign CFED.

The station was acquired by Antenne 6 in 1993, and adopted its current FM frequency in 2005.[1]

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Coordinates: 49°56′46″N 74°20′57″W / 49.94611°N 74.34917°W / 49.94611; -74.34917