Media in Quebec City

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This is a list of media in Quebec City, Quebec.


Frequency Call sign Branding Format Owner Notes
FM 88.3 CKIA-FM community Radio Basse-Ville French
FM 89.1 CKRL-FM community CKRL-MF 89,1 French
FM 90.9 CION-FM Radio Galilée Catholic religious programming Fondation Radio Galilée French
FM 91.9 CJEC-FM WKND 91.9 adult contemporary Leclerc Communication French
FM 92.7 CJSQ-FM Radio-Classique classical music Groupe Musique Greg French
FM 93.3 CJMF-FM FM 93 active rock Cogeco French
FM 94.3 CHYZ-FM 94.3 CHYZ campus radio Laval University French
FM 95.3 CBVX-FM Ici Musique public music Canadian Broadcasting Corporation French
FM 96.1 CBM-FM-2 CBC Radio 2 public music Canadian Broadcasting Corporation English
FM 98.1 CHOI-FM Radio X talk radio RNC Media French
FM 98.9 CHIK-FM NRJ contemporary hit radio Bell Media Radio French
FM 100.3 CIHW-FM community
(Huron-Wendat Nation)
Comité de la radio communautaire Huronne French, Montagnais
FM 100.9 CHXX-FM Radio X2 modern rock RNC Media French
FM 102.1 CFEL-FM blvd 102.1 contemporary hit radio Leclerc Communication French
FM 102.9 CFOM-FM M FM classic hits/oldies Cogeco French
FM 104.7 CBVE-FM CBC Radio One public news/talk Canadian Broadcasting Corporation English
FM 106.3 CBV-FM Ici Radio-Canada Première public news/talk Canadian Broadcasting Corporation French
FM 107.5 CITF-FM Rouge FM soft adult contemporary Bell Media Radio French

Internet Radio[edit]

Defunct radio stations in Quebec City[edit]

Over the years a number of radio stations in Quebec City and areas were shut down.[which?] [1]


OTA virtual channel (PSIP) Actual channel Call sign Network Notes
2.1 39 (UHF) CFAP-DT V
4.1 17 (UHF) CFCM-DT TVA
11.1 25 (UHF) CBVT-DT Ici Radio-Canada Télé
15.1 15 (UHF) CIVQ-DT Télé-Québec Rebroadcaster of CIVM-DT (Montreal)
20.1 20 (UHF) CKMI-DT Global Rebroadcaster of CKMI-DT-1 (Montreal); only English-language over-the-air station
9 (VHF) CHMG-TV Independent Analogue; branded on air as "Télé-Mag"

CBC Television once operated CBVE-TV, a rebroadcaster of Montreal's CBMT serving Quebec City. In 1997, it took over the old channel 5 position previously occupied by longtime private affiliate CKMI-TV when the latter station switched to Global and moved to channel 20. CBVE-TV would relocate to channel 11 in 2011, after CBVT had shut down its analogue transmitter. However, CBVE-TV was shut down in 2012 along with all CBC-operated rebroadcasters. However, few anglophones lost access to CBC Television programming due to the wide availability of cable and satellite in the city.

Montreal's CFCF-DT (CTV) is piped in via cable. American television stations are piped in from the Burlington, Vermont/Plattsburgh, New York market.


Quebec City's main newspapers are the tabloids Le Soleil, Le Journal de Québec. It until recently had Voir which has since only distributed in Montreal. The Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph, a weekly English community paper, is also published. It claims to be North America's oldest newspaper, in existence since 1764.