so where does XWA Montreal fit into it?
Thu Mar 5 10:48:24 EST 2009
I am sure local politics entered into the equation back then. It
appears from research that CKAC had some English programming at the
time since it was an affiliate of CBS. There is still no getting
around that CFCF was shafted badly. It got worse for CFCF when CJAD
came along and was able to carve out a decent pattern even with CKLW
600 miles to the west.
I have never been able to pin down how CFRB Toronto lost its clear
channel allocation of 860 and wound up on 1010 protecting WINS. CJBC
was a secondary CBC affiliate and only went all French in the mid
On 3/5/09, Garrett Wollman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> <<On Thu, 5 Mar 2009 07:26:16 -0500, "Dan.Strassberg"
> <email@example.com> said:
>> Was CKAC on 730 prior to NARBA (3/31/41)? I doubt it.
> You could have easily looked up the answer, which is "yes". See
> which cites as its source
> The full list for Montreal reads:
> CFCF Montreal 600 500 600 500
> CHLP Montreal 1,120 100 1,490 100
> CKAC Montreal 730 5,000 730 5,000
> CBM Montreal 960 5,000 940 5,000
> CBF Montreal 910 50,000 690 50,000
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