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CBCS-FM

CBCS-FM
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City of license Sudbury, Ontario
Broadcast area Northeastern Ontario
Branding CBC Radio One
Frequency 99.9 MHz (FM)
First air date May 5, 1978 (1978-05-05)
Format public broadcasting
Language(s) English
ERP 50 kW
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Class B
Transmitter coordinates

46°30′14″N 80°58′03″W / 46.5039°N 80.9675°W / 46.5039; -80.9675Coordinates: 46°30′14″N 80°58′03″W / 46.5039°N 80.9675°W / 46.5039; -80.9675{{#coordinates:46.5039|N|80.9675|W|region:CA-ON_type:landmark_dim:20km|||| |primary |name=

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Callsign meaning Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Sudbury
Owner Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Sister stations CBBS-FM, CBBX-FM, CBON-FM
Website CBC Sudbury

CBCS-FM is a Canadian radio station. It is the CBC Radio One station in Sudbury, Ontario, broadcasting at 99.9 FM, and serves all of Northeastern Ontario through its network of relay transmitters.

History

The station was launched in 1978 on FM 99.9 MHz. Prior to its launch, CBC Radio programming aired on private affiliates CKSO and CKSO-FM.

The CRTC decision authorizing the launch of CBCS in fact encouraged, but did not direct, the CBC to retain an AM frequency for CBC Radio, and to reserve CBCS for its CBC Stereo network.[1] However, the station launched in 1978 as an affiliate of the talk network after the CBC was unable to negotiate an agreement with Cambrian Broadcasting to directly acquire CKSO.

The CBC later applied for a second license for its Stereo network, which was granted in 1984.[2] However, that station remain unlaunched throughout the 1980s, and the CBC was forced in 1991 to surrender all of its non-operating licenses. Consequently, CBC Radio 2 service was not available in the city until the launch of CBBS-FM in 2001.

In the CBC's service reductions announced in March 2009, CBCS was slated to lose half of its existing staff. Several hundred people attended a rally at the city's Tom Davies Square on April 5 to protest the cutbacks, with participants including federal MPs Glenn Thibeault, Claude Gravelle and Charlie Angus, and musicians Kevin Closs and Stéphane Paquette.[3]

In September 2014, the station announced that it will move in late 2015 from 15 Mackenzie Street, where it has been located since its launch in 1978, to a new leased studio and office space on Elm Street.[4]

Local programming

The station's local programs are Morning North, hosted by Markus Schwabe, in the morning and Up North, hosted by Jason Turnbull, in the afternoon. In May 2009, Morning North won the Radio and Television News Directors Association's Peter Gzowski Award for Best Information Radio Program in Central Canada,[5] and in June 2009, the program won the award for all of Canada.[6]

The CBC announced in August 2014 that Up North, which premiered on August 11, would replace the former afternoon program Points North.[7] The new program extends its coverage to all of Northern Ontario, also replacing Voyage North on CBQT-FM in Thunder Bay.[7]

Former Points North host Dan Lessard retired from the program in June 2010.[8]

In the CBC's proposed new regional programming strategy released in 2005, North Bay was scheduled to receive its own local news bureau, although North Bay would continue to receive CBCS' local programming apart from news updates.

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On October 25, 2013, the CRTC approved the CBC's application to decrease the power of CBLJ-FM Wawa from 50,000 watts to 4,807 watts, combined with an increase in the effective height of antenna above average terrain (EHAAT) from 114.6 to 132.6 metres.[10]

On July 4, 2014, the CBC submitted an application to convert CBEU (1340 kHz) Temagami from the AM band to the FM band at 106.1 MHz,[citation needed] which received CRTC approval on November 4, 2014. [11] Temagami's new FM transmitter signed on at 106.1 FM in late 2014 with its new callsign, CBCS-FM-1.

References

  1. ^ CBCS History at Canadian Communications Foundation
  2. ^ CRTC Decision 84-906
  3. ^ "Musicians, politicians participate in CBC rally". Northern Life, April 7, 2009.
  4. ^ "CBC Sudbury on the move". CBC Sudbury, September 12, 2014.
  5. ^ Roy MacGregor, "Sudbury shows anger at CBC over nickel-and-diming in regions". The Globe and Mail, May 4, 2009.
  6. ^ Lara Bradley, "Local CBC wins national award for Morning North". Sudbury Star, July 2, 2009.
  7. ^ a b "CBC Radio announces new afternoon drive program servicing Northern Ontario region". Yahoo News, August 11, 2014.
  8. ^ "Dan Lessard fondly recalls his days at CBC". Northern Life, July 30, 2010.
  9. ^ Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2013-405, CBCS-FM Sudbury and its transmitter CBCC-FM Hearst –Technical change, CRTC, August 14, 2013
  10. ^ Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2013-564, CBCS-FM Sudbury and its transmitter CBLJ-FM Wawa; CBVE-FM Québec and its transmitter CBVG-FM Gaspé; and CBAM-FM Moncton and its transmitter CBAM-FM-1 Sackville –Technical changes, CRTC, October 25, 2013
  11. ^ Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2014-570, CBCS-FM Sudbury - New transmitter in Temagami, CRTC, November 4, 2014.

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