CKUE-FM - FM 95.1 - Chatham-Kent, ON

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CKUE-FM is the callsign for a radio station located in Chatham-Kent, Ontario, with a booster station (CKUE-FM-1) in Windsor, and an office in Leamington. Dubbing ... See more itself "Canada's Rock Station", the station features an active rock format. The station has been on the air since October 6, 1999, and was originally using the broadcast frequency of 94.3 FM.[1] In 2002, CKUE switched frequencies with its sister station CKSY to obtain its current frequency of 95.1 FM. The station is currently owned and operated by Blackburn Radio along with sister station CKSY after both were sold by Bea-Ver Communications in 2005. CKUE's signal is broadcast from a tower a few kilometers west of the community of Chatham, Ontario with an effective radiated power of 42,000 watts. The antenna is 438 feet high. CKUE began broadcasting a booster signal out of Windsor in March 2004.[2] In September 2006, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) approved the application to move this booster signal from 95.1 FM to 100.7 FM, which could eventually be spun off into a separate station from 95.1 FM.[3] During the 2004-2005, and 2005-2006 seasons of the Ontario Hockey League, 95.1 provided live coverage of Windsor Spitfires games, with Shadd Dales on play-by-play and Brendan McGuire on colour, but for 2006–2007, it returns to CKLW. On December 29, 2006, CKUE-FM announced that Jeff Burrows, former drummer of The Tea Party, would be taking over the 10 a.m.-3 p.m. host position at the radio station on January 2, 2007. CKUE's Windsor rebroadcaster moved to 100.7 FM on January 2, 2007, enabling both the Windsor and Chatham transmitters to increase their transmitter power.

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2090 Wyandotte Street East Windsor, ON N8Y 5B2E Canada

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