Identification : UNIQUE FM
Format : M.O.R. french and English
(showcasing Franco-Ontarian artists)
Frequency : 94,5 mHz
Numeris : N / A

http://uniquefm.ca/

CJFO-FM (Unique FM) is the only commercial French language station in Ottawa, a city that is mostly francophone or bilingual (French-English) in a proportion of 65%! Radiating beyond the limits of the Nation’s Capital, CJFO reaches a population base of 1.5 million people, 420,000 of whom describe themselves as francophones. Truly an indispensable service!

According to a 2017 Nanos survey, 119,000 loyal listeners are always lending an ear. They are educated (59% with post-secondary studies and 27% with a Master’s degree or a PhD.) and avid for content skewed to their concerns and interests. This is exactly what CJFO-FM provides with talk and music programming built around the Franco-Ontarian community. As an example and certainly a programming highlight, CJFO-FM is the exclusive official French language broadcaster of the NHL’s Ottawa Senators games. Great way to rally an audience! “Go Sens Go!”

Identification : UNIQUE FM
Format : M.O.R. french and English
(showcasing Franco-Ontarian artists)
Frequency : 94,5 mHz
Numeris : N / A

http://uniquefm.ca/

CJFO-FM (Unique FM) is the only commercial French language station in Ottawa, a city that is mostly francophone or bilingual (French-English) in a proportion of 65%! Radiating beyond the limits of the Nation’s Capital, CJFO reaches a population base of 1.5 million people, 420,000 of whom describe themselves as francophones. Truly an indispensable service!

According to a 2017 Nanos survey, 119,000 loyal listeners are always lending an ear. They are educated (59% with post-secondary studies and 27% with a Master’s degree or a PhD.) and avid for content skewed to their concerns and interests. This is exactly what CJFO-FM provides with talk and music programming built around the Franco-Ontarian community. As an example and certainly a programming highlight, CJFO-FM is the exclusive official French language broadcaster of the NHL’s Ottawa Senators games. Great way to rally an audience! “Go Sens Go!”