AM 1380 CKPC Online Radio

AM 1380 CKPC Online Radio:

AM 1380 CKPC plays popular music of Canada all time all the day. Its playlists for those audience who are interested to listen socially and culturally programs.

In addition to the broadcast of a variety of information and entertainment programmes, Their productions and information based programs contains such as current affairs, culinary, cultural, entertainment and sports fields.

CKPC flew on Air in 1923. Its main licensed city was Preston, Ontario (now part of Cambridge, Ontario). The station started out as the first amateur radio station, but the founder (Wallace Rush) applied for a fast broadcasting license after a few experimental broadcasts.

He was licensed, and he started broadcasting at just 5 watts from his home in Preston.He remained active with the station after Rush sold the station to his friend Cyrus Dolph, and saw it grow in its early years .

Will be promoted. The main content of the station was local news and the talents of local artists and Kitchener, Hamilton and Brentford. In 1933, Cyrus bought the Dolph Station, which soon moved from Preston to Brentford.

In 1934, the station moved to Brantford and 930 kAz to the AM dial; This will move the band’s current position to 1360 kHz in 1980.

The company added an FM station in 1999, CKPC-FM, running 250 watts to simulcast AM signals.(The FM station will not start 100% standalone programming until 1976, when its power increased to 50,000 watts.)

In 1951, Florence Buchanan took full control of Telephone City Broadcast Limited, including CKPC-FM and CKPC-AM, from her father Cyrus.

The AM station then had a signal of one thousand watts. She became the first woman in Canada to own and operate any radio station.


Radio Contact Info:

Address: 571 West St. Brantford, ON N3R 7C5

Phone: office: +1 519-759-1000, studio: +1 519-759-4200, toll free: +1 800-661-CKPC