Media in North Bay, Ontario
|600 AM||CKAT||Country 600||country/news/sports||Rogers Communications|
|95.1 FM||CBON-FM-17||Ici Radio-Canada Première||public news/talk||Canadian Broadcasting Corporation||French, rebroadcasts CBON-FM Sudbury|
|96.1 FM||CBCN-FM||CBC Radio One||public news/talk||Canadian Broadcasting Corporation||rebroadcasts CBCS-FM Sudbury|
|97.1 FM||CHYQ-FM||Le Loup FM||Hot adult contemporary||Le5 Communications||French; licensed to Sturgeon Falls.|
|99.3 FM||CFSF-FM||Moose FM||adult contemporary||Vista Broadcast Group||licensed to Sturgeon Falls.|
|100.5 FM||CHUR-FM||Kiss 100.5||hot adult contemporary||Rogers Communications|
|101.9 FM||CKFX-FM||The Fox||active rock||Rogers Communications|
|103.5 FM||CJTK-FM||KFM||Christian music||Eternacom||rebroadcasts CJTK-FM Sudbury with some local content|
|104.9 FM||CKTR-FM||North Bay Radio 104.9||tourist information/community radio||1311831 Ontario Limited||defunct|
|106.3 FM||CFXN-FM||Moose FM||classic hits||Vista Broadcast Group|
A local non-profit group previously held short-term licenses to broadcast special events programming in both North Bay and Sturgeon Falls on 93.5 FM with the call sign CFDN, but never launched a permanent station.
Canadore College operates a cable/internet only radio station, "Panther Radio".
North Bay is home to one television station which is locally licensed, CKNY-TV. However, that station effectively acts as a satellite of Sudbury's CICI-TV as part of the CTV Northern Ontario system — the station's only direct local production is a brief local news insert which airs as part of regional newscasts produced at the Sudbury station.
The city formerly also had its own CBC Television affiliate, CHNB-TV. However, that station was acquired directly by the CBC in 2002, and became a straight analogue rebroadcaster of CBLT-DT from Toronto; the repeater would close down on July 31, 2012, due to budget cuts.
The North Bay area is not designated as a mandatory market for digital television conversion. All stations broadcast only in analogue.
|OTA channel||DTV Assignment||Cable channel||Call sign||Network||Notes|
|2||32||CFGC-TV-2||Global||rebroadcasts CIII-DT Toronto|
|32||22||CHCH-TV-6||Independent||rebroadcasts CHCH-DT Hamilton|
|none||none||12||TV Cogeco||community channel||Cogeco Cable|
Canada's largest outdoor advertising company, Pattison Outdoor Advertising, has a local office in North Bay.
In part due to the news cutbacks at CTV Northern Ontario in the early 2000s, several web media outlets have also emerged to provide local news coverage to North Bay. These include BayToday, North Bay Nipissing News  and NBTV, and alternative media outlets such as Solvent Magazine and North Bay Scene.