This is a list of the television stations, radio stations, magazines and newspapers in Moncton, New Brunswick.

Television stations

OTA virtual channel (PSIP) OTA actual channel Rogers Cable Call sign Network Notes
11.1 11 (VHF) 12 CBAFT-DT Ici Radio-Canada Télé
27.1 27 (UHF) 6 CHNB-DT-3 Global
29.1 29 (UHF) 8 CKCW-DT CTV

Radio stations

Frequency Callsign Branding Format Owner
FM 88.5 CBAF-FM Ici Radio-Canada Première News/Talk and Flagship Première station for Atlantic Canada (French) Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
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)

Radio Beausejour Inc.
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) Radio Beausejour Inc.
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. Acadia Broadcasting
FM 93.5 CKUM-FM Université de Moncton Campus radio/community radio (French) Les Médias acadiens universitaires, inc.
FM 94.5 CKCW-FM K94.5 Hot adult contemporary (English) Maritime Broadcasting System
FM 95.5 CBA-FM CBC Music adult album alternative, folk, world music, classical music[1] (English)
(Rebroadcasters of CBH-FM, Halifax)
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
FM 96.9 CJXL-FM New Country 96-9 Country (English) Stingray Group
FM 98.3 CBAL-FM Ici Musique Classical, jazz and folk (French) Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
FM 99.9 CHOY-FM Choix-FM 99.9, L'Acadie country Country (French) Maritime Broadcasting System
FM 103.1 CJMO-FM C103 Mainstream Rock (English) Stingray Group
FM 103.9 CFQM-FM Max-FM Classic Hits (English) Maritime Broadcasting System
FM 105.1 CITA-FM CITA Christian music (English) International Harvesters for Christ Evangelistic Association Inc.
FM 106.1 CBAM-FM CBC Radio One News and information (English) Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
FM 107.3 CKOE-FM CKO Radio Contemporary Christian music (English) Houssen Broadcasting

Major radio broadcasting companies in the Greater Moncton area.

Defunct AM radio stations

AM signal signed off on April 11, 2001, having moved to 94.5 FM as CKCW-FM.[2]

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.

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.

French-language radio station which had an effective radiated power of 10,000 watts. Studios located in the former CKCW AM premises at the lobby of the Assomption Place from 1981 to 1985.






Digital Media

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