Radio stations in Regina, SK

Stations de radio à Regina, SK

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FM,MHz Station / Radio Transmitter / Émetteur
  88.90 CKSB ICI Musique Hwy 46, CBC Tower
  90.30 CJLR MBC Network Radio Fleet St and Inland Dr
  91.30 CJTR Community Radio 1102 8th Ave
  92.10 CHMX My 92.1 Fleet St and Inland Dr
  92.70 CHBD Big Dog Hwy 46, CBC Tower
  94.50 CKCK Jack FM Fleet St and Inland Dr
  95.30 CHXL Creek FM Okanese First Nation
  96.90 CBK CBC Music Hwy 46, CBC Tower
  97.70 CBKF ICI Radio-Canada Première Hwy 46, CBC Tower
  98.90 CIZL Z99 Fleet St and Inland Dr
100.70 CILG Country 100 Lumsden, Global Tower
102.50 CBKR CBC Radio One Hwy 46, CBC Tower
103.90 CJAW Mix 103.9 Lumsden, Global Tower
104.90 CFWF The Wolf Fleet St and Inland Dr
WB,MHz Station / Radio Transmitter / Émetteur
162.55 XLM537 Weatheradio Canada Southwest SaskEnergy facility
AM,kHz Station / Radio Transmitter / Émetteur
    540 CBK CBC Radio One Watrous
    620 CKRM The Source Hwy 6
    650 CKOM News Talk Saskatoon, SK, Rosewood
    710 KXMR The Fan
Fox Sports Radio
USA, Bismarck, ND, I-94
    800 CHAB Moose Jaw
    860 CBKF ICI Radio-Canada Première Saskatoon, SK, Hwy 12 N
    940 CJGX GX94 Yorkton, Hwy 10
    980 CJME News Talk Hwy 6
  1190 CFSL Weyburn, Hwy 35


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Hwy 46, Regina CBC Tower

Coordinates: 50°28'58" N, 104°30'21" W ; Ground Elevation AMSL: 596.5 metres (1957 ft), Antenna Height: 223 metres (732 ft)

Watrous CBK Transmitter

Coordinates: 51°40'45" N, 105°26'47" W
Watrous Transmitter is located approximately 100 km southeast of Saskatoon and 145 km north of Regina. It is CBC Radio One's primary station in Saskatchewan (CBK). The transmitter was originally located at Watrous in 1939 in order to cover most of the Prairie Provinces with a strong nighttime signal (the station, then as now, is a 50,000-watt clear-channel station). It was also intended to serve most of the province's populated area, including Regina and Saskatoon, from one transmitter. The Watrous transmitter is still considered the station's primary signal, even though both of the larger urban areas are now served by separate FM rebroadcasters.


More info: Watrous and District Heritage Centre