Radio & Television

CAB again warns Commission on low power radio stations

OTTAWA – In opposing a recent application by a low-power FM station in B.C. to relocate its transmitter, the Canadian Association of Broadcasters asked the CRTC to take a close look at such licensees and what they're doing in their markets. CKFU-FM of Fort St-John, B.C. (Moose FM), applied to the CRTC for permission to change the authorized contours by increasing the antenna height and by relocating the transmitter, a non-directional antenna\antenna height of 45 meters). It wants to move the antenna to a new site to allow for generator backup to power the transmitter if hydro power fails."Since LPFM...