CBC Radio One 96.1 FM Charlottetown, PE launched in 1977 is a CBC station broadcasting News and Talk to the audiences of Charlottetown. CBCT-FM was initially meant to replace the CBA repeater in Moncton, NB and CFCY 630. The ERP used to serve the Prince Edward Island would be 93,500 watts while studios and offices of CBCT Television will have CBCT-FM 96.9. In July 1985 the frequency of the CBC Radio One 96.1 was changed from 96.9 to 96.1 MHz with wattage changing from 93,500 to 100,000 w. On September 1, 1997 the network was renamed as CBC Radio One. 25 hours of local programing/week was set to air as of 2001 records.
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A rebroadcast transmitter in January 2007 was permitted to set up in St. Edward at 101.1 MHz with an ERP of 1,910 watts. In the August of the same year another relay transmitter was allowed to launch at Elmira using a frequency of 92.3 MHz with an average power (wattage) of 940 watts; the FM would fill the empty transmission lines in the eastern tip of PEI including Souris which is at remote location. CBCT-FM Charlottetown, CBCT-FM-1 92.3 and CBCT-FM-2 101.1 Elmira were renewed on May 28, 2013 to August 31, 2018. Audiences can find the local, national and international news, sports stories, weather reports, cultural and entertainment programs and more. You can follow the CBC Radio One 96.1 on Facebook and Twitter. Here is the website: CBC Radio One 96.1 Charlottetown
Address: 430 University Avenue
P.O. Box 2230
Tel: 902 629 6400
902 629 6402
Fax: 902 629 6518