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Sunday, January 27, 2013
Somebody wrote "CKFX" on the back of this sticker but I think the actual call letters were CFXX licensed to Windsor, Ontario. "The Fox" was a Top-40 station circa 1984 that only broadcast for two hours in morning drive and from 5-7 PM on weekday evenings. I'm not sure what was played the remaining 20 hours of the day. The Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) would not approve more than four hours a day of Top-40 music and the format died before it was fully implemented. This Billboard magazine article says that the "CRTC's rigid guidelines, including the banning of top-40 on FM" led to the selling of the station.
93.9 FM is currently Adult Album Alternative CIDR "The River."