Synonyms for rawlco or Related words with rawlco
Examples of "rawlco"
In 1975, Rawlinson’s two sons, Gordon and Doug, both from Prince Albert, entered the business. The Rawlinson brothers formed
Radio, a Saskatchewan-based radio broadcasting company. During the next twenty years,
Radio purchased and operated radio stations in Saskatchewan, Alberta, and Ontario. In partnership with Maclean-Hunter,
was also part of the original consortium licensed to launch NCN, a Canadian country music video channel which was later renamed CMT.
Ed Rawlinson died in 1992, and his son Gordon is now president and CEO of
Finally, as a result of a complex ownership transaction between Craig, Harvard and
Communications, Harvard took over ownership of CKCK and shut it down. Harvard then sold CKCK's assets to
, who announced plans to relaunch CKCK as an FM station. Harvard's CKRM took over CKCK's former AM frequency and Rawlco's CJME took over CKRM's former frequency.
On July 10, 2014,
Communications announced the sale of its North Battleford radio stations to The Jim Pattison Group.
On July 10, 2014,
announced the sale of its Edmonton radio stations to The Jim Pattison Group.
CJDJ-FM is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 102.1 FM in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The station, owned by
Communications, broadcasts an active rock format as Rock 102. It shares studio space with sister stations CFMC and CKOM at 715 Saskatchewan Crescent West, also the home of
Radio's Corporate Offices.
In 1985, the station was sold to
Communications and changed frequencies to 650 kHz. The station was programmed in a Hot Hits/Top 40 format.
Originally known on air as CFMC FM103, the station was purchased by
Communications in 1985, moved to 95.1 on the dial, and given the moniker C95.
Radio Ltd. is a Canadian media company. The company is the sole proprietor of seven radio stations in the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan.
In 1967, CJME was purchased by the Rawlinson family, owners of CKBI radio and CKBI-TV in Prince Albert. Their company later came to be called
Radio Corporate Office is just south of Downtown Saskatoon, overlooking the South Saskatchewan River, at 715 Saskatchewan Crescent West. This complex also is home to their local stations; CKOM, CFMC and CJDJ.
On December 9, 2008 he left CURVE 94.3 after being with the CHUM Radio Network for five years and re-appeared on air in February 2010 with
Radio's new 102.3 NOW! Radio.
Canada has approximately 2,000 originating radio stations, not including rebroadcast transmitters. National radio networks include CBC Radio One, CBC Radio 2, Première Chaîne, Espace musique and Aboriginal Voices. Major ownership groups include Corus, Rogers,
, Bell Media and Newcap.
On August 17, 2011,
Communications received CRTC approval to change the technical parameters of the station by increasing the effective height of antenna above average terrain from 148.4 to 272 meters and by relocating its transmitter.
Z99 was founded in 1982 by
Communications. Its original format was modern rock, and has evolved over the years between the contemporary hit radio and Adult CHR formats. However, its name and logo have remained constant.
Gormley graduated with distinction, and then practised employment law in Edmonton, Alberta.
Radio's in-house counsel since 1998, he is a member of the Law Societies of both Alberta and Saskatchewan and was appointed Queen's Counsel in 2011.
Since 1998, he has been host of "John Gormley Live", heard weekday mornings on
Radio's News Talk 650 CKOM in Saskatoon and News Talk 980 CJME in Regina.
CHSN's format, branding and call sign were all adopted from a radio station in Saskatoon whose owner,
Communications, dropped them to launch a new active rock station, CJDJ.
The station received approval by the CRTC on October 17, 2008, and officially launched on February 23, 2010. On July 10, 2014,
announced the sale of CKNO and sister station CIUP to the Jim Pattison Group.
On November 15, 1984, CFGO Radio Ltd. received approval from the CRTC to change CFGO's frequency from 1440 kHz to 1200 kHz with power remaining at 50,000 watts day and night. The station moved to its current frequency (with a better AM signal, from 1440 kHz to 1200 kHz) on January 5, 1986, and was sold to
Communications the following year. Playing Starship's "We Built This City" as the inaugural song on the new 1200 kHz (1200 AM) signal,
transitioned the station from Top 40 to adult contemporary as "Go-AM 12, Adult Rock" at the same time as the frequency switch. On March 8, 1988,
converted the station back to a CHR format, using the brand name Energy 1200. The station subsequently changed its callsign to CJBZ and its brand name to The Buzz in late 1997, with a focus on more alternative and underground rock.
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