CJGM-FM

CJGM-FM, 99.9 myFM, Gananoque

My Broadcasting Corporation

StationYearFreq.PowerOwner/Info
CJGM-FM
2011
99.9
1,490
My Broadcasting Corp.
2010

On June 23, the CRTC approved the application by My Broadcasting Corporation for a broadcasting licence to operate an English-language commercial FM radio programming undertaking in Gananoque. My Broadcasting was a corporation controlled by Jon Pole and Andrew Dickson. The new station would operate at 99.9 MHz (channel 260B1) with an average effective radiated power of 1,490 watts. It would be the first commercial station to serve Gananoque and would offer a blend of Country, Gold/Oldies and Adult Contemporary music selections. The local programming would include approximately 14 hours of spoken word programming, of which approximately 5 hours would be devoted to news. Newscasts would primarily feature local news. The new station would also feature weather, sports and community events. My Broadcasting further committed to devote, by condition of licence, at least 38% of all category 2 (Popular Music) musical selections broadcast during each broadcast week and between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. from Monday to Friday to Canadian selections broadcast in their entirety. The licence would expire August 31, 2016.

 

2011

CJGM-FM - 99.9 myFM Today's Soft Rock - began on-air testing on July 13.

MY FM CJGM signed on the air. While the official launch for the AC station didn't come until after Labour Day, it began airing "5000 songs in a row" on July 29. Gary Perrin was general manager and general sales manager. 

Michael Lumsden joined the new My 99.9 (CJGM) Gananoque as news director. He moved from My FM Pembroke. Gary Perrin was named general manager for the Gananoque station. He had been with 101.9 DAWG FM in Ottawa.

2013

Roger White, who had been with CKDH since 1986 and worked his way up to General Manager/General Sales Manager, left June 28 to become GM/GSM at 99.9 myFM Gananoque.

 

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