CKMO-FM ("MyFM") is a Canadian radio station, which broadcasts an English language adult contemporary format on the frequency of 101.5 MHz/FM in Orangeville, Ontario. The station operates from a studio and offices on Mill Street, in downtown Orangeville. The My Broadcasting Corporation station received approval to broadcast from the CRTC on July 18, 2014. The station broadcasts with an average effective radiated power (ERP) of 338 watts (maximum ERP of 625 watts) with an effective height of antenna above average terrain of 55.1 metres. CKMO-FM is the only Orangeville-based station to specifically target Orangeville; the town's only other licensed radio station, CIDC-FM, focuses on the entire Greater Toronto Area.
CKRM is an AM radio station in Regina, Saskatchewan, broadcasting at 620 kHz and owned by Harvard Broadcasting. Its format is country music. CKRM was established in 1926 in Moose Jaw under the call letters CJRM. Its original owner was the Winnipeg, Manitoba grain merchant James Richardson and Sons.
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