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Decision

Ottawa, 22 February 1995
Decision CRTC 95-60
Radio C.J.V.R. Ltd.
Melfort, Saskatchewan - 940656200
Licence amendment for CJVR
Following Public Notice CRTC 1994-147 dated 7 December 1994, the Commission approves the application to amend the broadcasting licence for CJVR Melfort, by relocating the transmitter to a site approximately 25 kilometres southeast of the existing site and by changing the frequency from 1420 kHz to 750 kHz.
An opposing intervention submitted by Central Broadcasting Company Ltd., licensee of CKBI and CFMM-FM Prince Albert, stated that the profitablity of these stations would be negatively affected should this application be approved. In its reply, the licensee noted that based on predicted service contours, the quality of reception in Prince Albert would not significantly change. In this regard, the Commission is of the opinion that CJVR would not attract a substantially greater amount of advertising revenue from Prince Albert than is currently the case.
Allan J. Darling
Secretary General