Media in Moncton
|OTA virtual channel (PSIP)||OTA actual channel||Rogers Cable||Call sign||Network||Notes|
|11.1||11 (VHF)||12||CBAFT-DT||Ici Radio-Canada Télé|
|FM 88.5||CBAF-FM||Ici Radio-Canada Première||News/Talk and Flagship Première station for Atlantic Canada (French)|
|FM 89.5||CJSE-FM||Country 89||Country/community radio (French) Studios are in Shediac and is licensed to Moncton
(Rebroadcaster CJSE-FM-1, 92.5 FM Memramcook)
|FM 90.1||CIRM-FM||Information Radio group||Tourist information radio station (English)|
|FM 90.7||CFBO-FM||BO-FM, Dieppe||Adult contemporary/community radio (French)|
|FM 91.9||CKNI-FM||919 The Bend||Adult Contemporary (English) CKNI is a former news talk format (2004-2014); switched owners and format in August 2014.|
|FM 93.5||CKUM-FM||Université de Moncton||Campus radio/community radio (French)|
|FM 94.5||CKCW-FM||K94.5||Hot adult contemporary (English)|
|FM 95.5||CBA-FM||CBC Radio 2||adult album alternative, folk, world music, classical music (English)
(Rebroadcasters of CBH-FM, Halifax)
|FM 96.9||CJXL-FM||XL96||Country (English)|
|FM 98.3||CBAL-FM||Ici Musique||Classical, jazz and folk (French)|
|FM 99.9||CHOY-FM||Choix-FM 99.9, L'Acadie country||Country (French)|
|FM 103.1||CJMO-FM||C103||Mainstream Rock (English)|
|FM 103.9||CFQM-FM||Max-FM||Classic Hits (English)|
|FM 105.1||CITA-FM||CITA||Christian music (English)|
|FM 106.1||CBAM-FM||CBC Radio One||News and information (English)|
|FM 107.3||CKOE-FM||CKO Radio||Contemporary Christian music (English)|
Major radio broadcasting companies in the Greater Moncton area.
Defunct AM radio stations
- CKCW-AM 1220 kHz (1370 kHz - 1934 to 1941) (1400 kHz - 1941 to 1946) (1220 kHz - 1946 to 2001)
AM signal signed off on April 11, 2001, having moved to 94.5 FM as CKCW-FM.
- CBA-AM 1070 kHz (1050 kHz - 1939 to 1941) (1070 kHz - 1941 to 2008)
CBC FM transmitter signed on in January 2008 and the call sign was changed to CBAM-FM. The 50,000-watt clear-channel station outlet for the Maritimes was the last AM station in eastern New Brunswick (signed off in April 2008). Its transmitter site was on Dover Road in Dieppe.
- CBAF-AM 1300 kHz (1954–1988)
AM transmitter was discontinued in 1988 and after eight years of simulcasting the FM transmitter, it became the station's primary frequency. Its former AM transmitter was located on Amirault Street, Dieppe.
- CHLR-AM 1380 kHz (1981–1985)
French-language radio station which had an effective radiated power of 10,000 watts.
- Best Version Media (Moncton) - distributed throughout the Moncton North and Irishtown / Tankville neighbourhoods; anglophone
- L'Acadie Nouvelle - francophone
- Telegraph-Journal (Saint John) - distributed throughout the province; anglophone
- Times & Transcript - anglophone