CJCE-FM

CJCE-FM, Christian - The Juice, Godfrey

Camp IAWAH

StationYearFreq.PowerOwner/Info
CJCE-FM
2003
93.7
1,030
Camp IAWAH
2002

On July 29, the CRTC awarded a licence to Christian Youth Centre (Kingston), doing business under the name of Camp IAWAH, for a low-power FM station in the Westport area. It would operate on a frequency of 93.7 MHz with an effective radiated power of 0.23 watts. The station would operate during the months of July and August only and would broadcast four to five hours of musical programming and 15 minutes of religious programming per day. The schedule would not include commercial advertising. 

 

2003

On September 10, the CRTC approved the application by Christian Youth Centre (Kingston), doing business under the name and style of Camp IAWAH to increase the effective radiated power for its proposed radio station from 0.23 watts to 1.03 watts.

When CJCE-FMon the air it was known as “The Juice”. signed 

2008

On October 6 the CRTC renewed CJCE-FM's licence until August 31, 2015. The Commission noted that: The licensee operates the station during the months of July and August only and broadcasts four to five hours of musical programming and 15 minutes of religious programming per day. The schedule does not include commercial advertising.

 

 

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