List of assets owned by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation


List of assets owned by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

The following are lists of assets of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and la Société Radio-Canada:

Television

Conventional television (English)

The following is a list of television stations which are owned by or regional affiliates of CBC Television. For stations affiliated with or owned by the CBC's French language television network, see List of Radio-Canada television stations.

CBC owned-and-operated stations

* Calgary, Alberta - CBRT, Channel 9
* Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island - CBCT, Channel 13
* Edmonton, Alberta - CBXT, Channel 5
* Fredericton, New Brunswick - CBAT, Channel 4
* Halifax, Nova Scotia - CBHT, Channel 3
* Iqaluit, Nunavut - CFFB, Channel 8 - CBC North
* Ottawa, Ontario - CBOT, Channel 4
* Montreal, Quebec - CBMT, Channel 6
* Regina, Saskatchewan - CBKT, Channel 9
* St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador - CBNT, Channel 8
* Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - CBKST, Channel 11
* Sydney, Nova Scotia - CBIT, Channel 5
* Toronto, Ontario - CBLT, Channel 5
* Vancouver, British Columbia - CBUT, Channel 2
* Whitehorse, Yukon - CFWH, Channel 6 - CBC North
* Windsor, Ontario - CBET, Channel 9
* Winnipeg, Manitoba - CBWT, Channel 6
* Yellowknife, Northwest Territories - CFYK, Channel 8 -CBC North

Privately owned affiliates

* Brandon, Manitoba - CKX, Channel 5
* Dawson Creek, British Columbia - CJDC, Channel 5
* Kingston, Ontario - CKWS, Channel 11
* Lloydminster, Alberta/Saskatchewan - CKSA, Channel 2
* Medicine Hat, Alberta - CHAT, Channel 6
* Peterborough, Ontario - CHEX, Channel 12
* Oshawa, Ontario - CHEX-TV-2, Channel 22
* Prince George, British Columbia - CKPG, Channel 2
* Terrace, British Columbia - CFTK, Channel 3
* Thunder Bay, Ontario - CKPR, Channel 2

Former CBC-owned self-supporting stations

* Labrador City, Newfoundland and Labrador - CBNLT, Channel 13 (1991 - became retransmitter of CBNT)
* Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador - CBYT, Channel 5 (2002 - became retransmitter of CBNT)
* Kenora, Ontario - CBWAT, Channel 8 (now retransmitter of CBWT - date of change not known)
* Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador - CFLA-TV, Channel 8 (1991 - became retransmitter of CBNT)
* Schefferville, Quebec - CFKL-TV, Channel 8 (1974 - now CBMT repeater CBSET-1, receives signal from CBSET in Sept-Îles)

Former affiliates (including year of disaffiliation)

* Barrie, Ontario - CKVR, Channel 3 (1995)
* Calgary, Alberta - CICT, Channel 2 (1975, as CFAC)
* Cornwall, Ontario - CJSS, Channel 8 (1963 - purchased by CJOH as its rebroadcaster)
* Edmonton, Alberta - CFRN, Channel 3 (1961)
* Hamilton, Ontario - CHCH, Channel 11 (1961)
* Kamloops, British Columbia - CFJC, Channel 4 (2006 - CBC no longer seen terrestrially)
* Kelowna, British Columbia - CHBC, Channel 2 (2006)
* Kitchener, Ontario - CKCO, Channel 13 (1964)
* Lethbridge, Alberta - CISA, Channel 7 (1976, as CJOC)
* London, Ontario - CFPL, Channel 10 (1988)
* Moncton, New Brunswick - CKCW, Channel 2 (1969)
* North Bay, Ontario - CKNY, Channel 10 (1971)
* Pembroke, Ontario - CHRO, Channel 5 (1990)
* Quebec City, Quebec - CKMI, Channel 20 (1997, then on channel 5, which is now used as a CBMT repeater)
* Red Deer, Alberta - CHCA, Channel 6 (2005, as CKRD)
* Regina, Saskatchewan - CKCK, Channel 2 (1969)
* Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - CFQC, Channel 8 (1971)
* St. John's, Newfoundland - CJON, Channel 6 (1964)
* Sudbury, Ontario - CICI, Channel 5 (1971, as CKSO)
* Sydney, Nova Scotia - CJCB, Channel 4 (1972)
* Victoria, British Columbia - CHEK, Channel 6 (1981)
* Wingham, Ontario - CKNX, Channel 8 (1988)

Affiliates later purchased by the CBC

* Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island - CFCY, Channel 13 (1968 - became CBCT)
* North Bay, Ontario - CHNB, Channel 4 (2002 - became rebroadcaster of CBLT)
* Prince Albert, Saskatchewan - CKBI, Channel 5 (2002 - became rebroadcaster of CBKST)
* Saint John, New Brunswick - CHSJ, Channel 4 (1994 - became CBAT)
* Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario - CJIC, Channel 5 (2002 - became rebroadcaster of CBLT)
* Sudbury, Ontario - CKNC, Channel 9 (2002 - became rebroadcaster of CBLT)
* Swift Current, Saskatchewan - CJFB, Channel 5 (2002 - became rebroadcaster of CBKT)
* Timmins, Ontario - CFCL, Channel 6 (2002 - became rebroadcaster of CBLT)
* Windsor, Ontario - CKLW, Channel 9 (1975 - became CBET)
* Yorkton, Saskatchewan - CKOS, Channel 5 (2002 - became rebroadcaster of CBKT)

Conventional television (French)

This is a list of stations owned and operated by, or affiliated with, the French language SRC television network in Canada.

RC owned-and-operated stations

* Edmonton, Alberta - CBXFT, Channel 11
* Moncton, New Brunswick - CBAFT, Channel 11
* Montreal, Quebec - CBFT, Channel 2
* Ottawa, Ontario - CBOFT, Channel 9
* Quebec City, Quebec - CBVT, Channel 11
* Regina, Saskatchewan - CBKFT, Channel 13
* Saguenay, Quebec - CKTV, Channel 12
* Sherbrooke, Quebec - CKSH, Channel 9
* Trois-Rivières, Quebec - CKTM, Channel 13
* Vancouver, British Columbia - CBUFT, Channel 26
* Winnipeg, Manitoba - CBWFT, Channel 3

Privately owned affiliates

* Rivière-du-Loup, Quebec - CKRT, Channel 7
* Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec - CKRN, Channel 4

Former SRC-owned self-supporting stations

* Sept-Îles, Quebec - CBST, Channel 13 (1991 - became retransmitter of CBVT)
* Toronto, Ontario - CBLFT, Channel 25 (1991 - became retransmitter of CBOFT)
* Windsor, Ontario - CBEFT, Channel 54 (c. 1996 - became retransmitter of CBOFT)

Former affiliates (including year of disaffiliation)

* Carleton, Quebec - CHAU, Channel 9 (1983)1
* Quebec City, Quebec - CFCM, Channel 4 (1964)²
* Timmins, Ontario - CFCL, Channel 6 (1960s)³
* Sherbrooke, Quebec - CHLT, Channel 7 (1974)4

1 -- "Also affiliated with the English CBC network, 1959-1968; now TVA affiliate."
² -- "Also affiliated with the English CBC network, 1954-1957; now TVA affiliate."
³ -- "Affiliated with both CBC and SRC, 1956 until CBFOT (now CBLFT-3) established; now CBC rebroadcasting station, transmitting CBLT Toronto."
4 -- "Affiliated with both CBC and SRC, 1956-1974; now TVA affiliate."

Affiliates later purchased by SRC

* Matane, Quebec - CKBL, Channel 9 (1972 - became CBGAT, now a rebroacaster of CBVT on channel 6) [http://www.broadcasting-history.ca/listings_and_histories/television/histories.php?id=122&historyID=90]
* Rimouski, Quebec - CJBR-TV, Channel 3 (1977 - now a rebroadcaster of CBVT on channel 2) [http://www.broadcasting-history.ca/listings_and_histories/television/histories.php?id=134&historyID=91]

Analogue specialty cable channels

*ARTV - (60%)
*CBC Newsworld
*Réseau de l'information

Digital specialty cable channels

*bold
*documentary (82%)

Digital Only Network

*Galaxie - English and French language digital broadcasting or digital television radio service, which offers 45 commercial-free music channels.

Defunct channels

*Newsworld International
*CBC Parliamentary Television Network
*Trio

Radio

CBC Radio One Stations


* Calgary, Alberta - CBR
* Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island - CBCT
* Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador - CBY
* Edmonton, Alberta - CBX
* Fredericton, New Brunswick - CBZF
* Gander, Newfoundland and Labrador - CBG
* Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador - CFGB
* Grand Falls, Newfoundland and Labrador - CBT
* Greater Sudbury, Ontario - CBCS
* Halifax, Nova Scotia - CBHA
* Inuvik, Northwest Territories - CHAK
* Iqaluit, Nunavut - CFFB
* Kelowna, British Columbia - CBTK
* Moncton, New Brunswick - CBA
* Montreal, Quebec - CBME
* Ottawa, Ontario - CBO

* Prince George, British Columbia - CBYG
* Prince Rupert, British Columbia - CFPR
* Quebec City, Quebec - CBVE
* Regina, Saskatchewan - CBK
* Saint John, New Brunswick - CBD
* St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador - CBN
* Sydney, Nova Scotia - CBI
* Thompson, Manitoba - CBWK
* Thunder Bay, Ontario - CBQT
* Toronto, Ontario - CBLA
* Vancouver, British Columbia - CBU
* Victoria, British Columbia - CBCV
* Whitehorse, Yukon - CFWH
* Windsor, Ontario - CBE
* Winnipeg, Manitoba - CBW
* Yellowknife, Northwest Territories - CFYK

CBC Radio Two Stations

*Calgary - CBR
*Edmonton - CBX
*Greater Sudbury - CBBS
*Halifax - CBH
*Montreal - CBM
*Ottawa - CBOQ
*Regina - CBK
*St. John's - CBN
*Sydney - CBI
*Thunder Bay - CBQ
*Toronto - CBL
*Vancouver - CBU
*Windsor - CBE
*Winnipeg - CBW

La Première Chaîne (French)

Quebec

*Matane - CBGA, 102.1 FM
*Montreal - CBF, 95.1 FM
*Quebec City - CBV, 106.3 FM
*Rimouski - CJBR, 89.1 FM
*Rouyn-Noranda - CHLM, 90.7 FM
*Saguenay - CBJ, 93.7 FM
*Sept-Îles - CBSI, 98.1 FM
*Sherbrooke - CBF-FM-10, 101.1 FM
*Trois-Rivières - CBF-FM-8, 96.5 FM

Ontario

*Sudbury - CBON, 98.1 FM
*Ottawa - CBOF, 90.7 FM
*Toronto - CJBC, 860 AM
*Windsor - CBEF, 540 AM

Atlantic Canada

*Moncton - CBAF-FM, 88.5 FM
*Charlottetown - CBAF-FM-15, 88.1 FM
*Halifax - CBAF-FM-5, 92.3 FM

Western Canada

*St. Boniface, Manitoba - CKSB, 1050 AM, 90.5 FM (not yet in operation)
*Regina, Saskatchewan - CBKF 97.7 FM
*Edmonton, Alberta - CHFA, 680 AM
*Vancouver, British Columbia - CBUF, 97.7 FM

Espace musique (French)

* Edmonton - CBCX-FM, 90.1
* Sudbury - CBBX-FM, 90.9
* Halifax - CBAX-FM, 91.5
* Moncton - CBAL-FM, 98.3
* Montreal - CBFX-FM, 100.7
* Ottawa - CBOX-FM, 102.5
* Quebec City - CBVX-FM, 95.3
* Rimouski - CBRX-FM, 101.5
* Saguenay - CBJX-FM, 100.9
* Toronto - CJBC-FM, 90.3
* Vancouver - CBUX-FM, 90.9
* Winnipeg - CKSB-FM, 89.9

Digital Radio

CBC is a partner and part owner of Sirius Canada a division of Sirius Satellite Radio in the US:
*CBC Radio 3
*Bande à part
*Première Plus
*Infoplus

International Radio

*Radio Canada International

Radio Transmitters

*Weatheradio Canada

Internet

*CBC.ca
*Radio-Canada.ca
* [http://cbc.radio-canada.ca/index.asp CBC Corporate]

Wireless

CBC Radio Canada WAP and SMS messaging services: delivering interactive content to PDAs and cell phones.

Mobile Production

* [http://cbc.radio-canada.ca/mobile/ Video and Audio]

Record Label

*CBC Records

Real estate

CBC-owned buildings include:
*CBC Regional Broadcast Centre Vancouver
*Canadian Broadcasting Centre (Toronto)
**Glenn Gould Studio
*Maison Radio-Canada (Montreal)

The CBC does not own all of its offices; for instance, the CBC leases its space in the CBC Ottawa Broadcast Centre from Morguard Investments.

External links

* [http://cbc.radio-canada.ca CBC Radio Canada Corporate Site]


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