Media in Brandon, Manitoba
|FM 91.5||CKLQ-FM||Q Country 91.5||Country|
|FM 92.7||CBWS-FM||CBC Music||public music||Canadian Broadcasting Corporation||rebroadcasts CBW-FM Winnipeg|
|FM 94.7||CKLF-FM||Star FM||Hot AC||Riding Mountain Broadcasting|
|FM 96.1||CKX-FM||BOB FM||Adult Hits||Bell Media Radio|
|FM 97.9||CBWV-FM||CBC Radio One||news/information||Canadian Broadcasting Corporation||rebroadcasts CBW Winnipeg|
|FM 99.5||CKSB-8-FM||Ici Radio-Canada Première||French news/information||Canadian Broadcasting Corporation||rebroadcasts CKSB Winnipeg|
|FM 101.1||CKXA-FM||Pure Country 101||Country||Bell Media Radio||Also broadcasts TSN 1290 feed of Winnipeg Jets games|
|FM 106.5||CJJJ-FM||CJ106||campus radio||Assiniboine Community College|
Interlake Broadcast Group has an Internet-only radio station based in Brandon, playing an Adult Contemporary format. The station broadcasts 24/7 at channel1radio.com.
|OTA Analogue Channel||PSIP (OTA Digital Channel)||Westman Cable channel||Call sign||Network||Notes|
|2||2.1 (9)||9||CKND-TV-2||Global||Transmitter located near Minnedosa. CKND-DT-2 expected to begin transmission in October, 2013.|
|6||CBWT-DT||CBC||No longer available over-the-air.|
|4||7||CKYB-TV||CTV||Transmitter located near Brandon.|
|13||CBWFT-10||Radio-Canada||No longer available over-the-air.|
Until 2009, Brandon had only one locally based terrestrial television station, CKX-TV, which originated programming locally. The station was primarily a CBC Television affiliate, but also aired some programming from the A-Channel system owned by CTVglobemedia. CKX-TV closed down on October 2, 2009, after a deal to sell the station to an investor fell through. CBC service in Brandon is still available on Westman Cable channel 6, which was taken over by CBWT, after the closure of CKX-TV.
Brandon has three regular local newspapers. The Brandon Sun is a daily paper, News in a Minute is a daily coffee shop paper and the Westman Journal is a weekly paper. The Sun also produces two "community" editions that are distributed throughout Westman on Thursdays.
The nominal Winnipeg edition of The Globe and Mail was at one time printed in Brandon.
- Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2013-282. Retrieved August 20, 2013.
- Shutdown of over-the-air analogue televisiontransmission — July 31, 2012. Retrieved August 20, 2013.