Identification : Frontière FM
Format : Contemporary Hit Radio (CHR)
Frequency : 92,7 mHz Edmundston
Repeater : 95,1 mHz Grand Falls
Numeris : Full

www.frontiere.fm

CJEM FRONTIÈRE-FM has been the No.1 broadcaster in the Northwest of NB since 1944. Major investments of more than a quarter of a million dollars in 2017 have greatly enhanced this French-language radio institution established in the Maritimes for 73 years now. The programming oriented on the A25-54 audience still provides local news in a brand new environnement, FRONTIERE FM.  An additional 1000 watt transmitter in Grand Falls completes the coverage of the 40 000 watt main antenna in Edmunston.

The French-speaking adult 18+ population of the Madawaska / Victoria area represents 83% of the total area population and 21 % of the entire New- Brunswick French Population. CJEM-FM covers a radius of 80 kilometers from Edmundston including Cabano Quebec on the North West and Grand Falls, N.B. which is 80% French speaking on the South East. CJEM-FM / CKMV-FM also have a good audience in the Kedgwick-St-Quentin area of Restigouche county in N.B. and in the French speaking population.

Identification : CJEM-FM
Language : French
Format : Contemporary Hit Radio (CHR)
Frequency : 92,7 mHz
Grand-Sault : 95,1 mHz
Numeris : Basic

www.frontiere.fm

CJEM FRONTIÈRE-FM has been the No.1 broadcaster in the Northwest of NB since 1944. Major investments of more than a quarter of a million dollars in 2017 have greatly enhanced this French-language radio institution established in the Maritimes for 73 years now. The programming oriented on the A25-54 audience still provides local news in a brand new environnement, FRONTIERE FM.  An additional 1000 watt transmitter in Grand Falls completes the coverage of the 40 000 watt main antenna in Edmunston.

The French-speaking adult 18+ population of the Madawaska / Victoria area represents 83% of the total area population and 21 % of the entire New- Brunswick French Population. CJEM-FM covers a radius of 80 kilometers from Edmundston including Cabano Quebec on the North West and Grand Falls, N.B. which is 80% French speaking on the South East. CJEM-FM / CKMV-FM also have a good audience in the Kedgwick-St-Quentin area of Restigouche county in N.B. and in the French speaking population.