Radio & Television

CRTC cites licence trafficking policy in quashing radio station sale

OTTAWA – The CRTC has taken the rare step of halting the sale of Vancouver radio station Shore 104 FM to Astral Media Radio, citing a violation of its licence trafficking policy.Shore 104 FM is is the licensee of CHHR-FM, an English-language commercial radio programming undertaking in Vancouver. According to documents, the private company is owned by a group of broadcast and business veterans that include president Roy Hennessy, David Aisenstat, Sam Feldman, Bob Mackowycz and son Bob Mackowycz Jr., Sean Morrison and TSN's Michael Landsberg. The station was also being represented in the field by Astral Media Radio Sales, as

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