Selon le site de la Fondation des Communications Canadiennes:
CJMF-FM, Québec City, Cogeco Radio Television Inc.
CJMF was licenced on February 16.
On September 15, CJMF 93.3 signed on the air as "Harmonie FM" (easy-listening FM) with a middle of the road format.
On February 29, the CRTC refused to renew CJMF’s licence because the station was not in compliance with its promise of performance. The station was ordered to leave the air by March 31, the date its existing licence was to expire. The Commission issued a call for applications for a new FM station at Quebec City.
On August 16, CJMF-FM Ltée under a new ownership structure was awarded a licence for a new FM station. The station would operate as in the past, on 93.3 MHz with an effective radiated power of 48,000 watts.
Cogeco Inc. purchased CJMF-FM Ltée from Michel Noël (37.7%), Jean-Marc Carpentier (23.8%), Martin Brandl (23.8%) and Claude Thibodeau (14.7%).
The corporate name changed from CJMF-FM Ltée to Cogeco Radio-Télévision Inc.
CJMF was given approval to decrease effective radiated power from 48,000 to 32,960 watts.
Written by Bill Dulmage - September, 2004