Media in Quebec City

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

Radio[edit]

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 Modern 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 Hot Adult Contemporary 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]

Television[edit]

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.

Print[edit]

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.

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