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Date d'inscription : 12/04/2006
|Sujet: Historique des stations de radio: CHLN 55 Sam 23 Sep - 0:00|| |
Selon le site de la Fondation Canadienne des Communications:
- Citation :
- CHLN-AM, Trois-Rivieres, Astral Media Inc.
CHLN signed on the air on October 17, operating on 1420 kHz with a power of 100 watts.
The frequency was changed to 1450 kHz.
Power increased to 250 watts.
CHLN moved to 550 kHz with 1,000 watts. The owner was listed as Le Nouvelliste Ltee. Studios were in the Chateau De Blois Hotel, and the transmitter was two miles from the studio location on Montreal Highway.
Radio Trois-Rivieres Inc. (Honore Dansercau 99.6%) purchased CHLN in March.
Power increased to 5,000 watts.
Power Corp. sold a controlling interest in CHLN (Radio Trois-Rivieres Inc) and a number of other stations to Philipe de Gaspe Beaubien’s Telemedia (Quebec) Ltee (owned by Telemedia Communications Ltee, in turn owned by Beaudem Ltee). Power would retain through ownership debentures, a large financial interest in the new company for a period of time. Philipe de Gaspe Beaubien would control more than 80% of the votes of the company.
Telemedia launched CHEY-FM
The corporate name changed from Telemedia Communications Inc. to Telemedia Radio Inc.
The corporate name changed from Telemedia Radio Inc. to Télémédia Radio (Québec) inc.
Astral Media Inc. purchased Telemedia’s stations in Quebec and Atlantic Canada.
On January 21, the CRTC approved an exchange of assets between Corus Entertainment Inc. and Astral Media Radio Inc. Corus acquired from Astral: CKAC Montréal, CHRC Québec, CJRC Gatineau, CKRS Saguenay, CHLN Trois-Rivières, CHLT and CKTS Sherbrooke, and CFOM-FM Lévis. Astral acquired from Corus: CFVM-FM Amqui, CJDM-FM Drummondville, CJOI-FM and CIKI-FM Rimouski, and CFZZ-FM Saint-Jean-Iberville.
Written by Bill Dulmage - July, 2006