The licensee must cease broadcasting on [February 12, 2011], by no later than the end of the broadcast day.
January 28, 2011 1:21 PM Subscribe
posted by Shepherd (12 comments total)
1 user marked this as a favorite
After over 18 months of infighting
, including a seven-month lockout where it was "broadcasting without any community involvement or reflection, oversight or management, or apparent control", CKLN
-- Toronto's first campus radio station -- has had its licence revoked
by the CRTC
, Canada's broadcast regulator.
Should CKLN not appeal, or fail in its appeal, this will free up a frequency that can support at least 225W ERP
in Toronto, a rare and highly valuable commodity in the crowded airwaves
of Canada's largest city, where there are currently no available FM frequencies
for prospective broadcasters.