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Broadcasting Notice of Public Hearing CRTC 2004-11-1


See also:  2004-11, 2004-11-2, 2004-11-3

Ottawa, 7 January 2005

  Further to its Broadcasting Notice of Public Hearing CRTC 2004-11 dated 22 December 2004 relating to a Public Hearing which will be held on 28 February 2005 at 9:30 a.m., at  the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, 900 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, the Commission announces the following:
  Fraser Valley and Victoria, British Columbia
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Applications Nos. 2004-1373-2, 2004-1426-9
  Applications by Rogers Broadcasting Limited (Rogers), to acquire the assets of the English-language television programming undertakings CHNU-TV Fraser Valley, British Columbia from NOWTV British Columbia Inc. (NOWTV BC) and CIIT-TV Winnipeg, Manitoba from NOWTV Manitoba Inc. (NOWTV Manitoba). The latter station is not yet in operation.
  Rogers's proposed tangible benefits package should have included the following expense:
  - Independent Producers Pilot Development Grants ($150,000)
  Vancouver, British Columbia
Application No. 2004-1018-4
  Application by Radio India (2004) Ltd. for a licence to operate a commercial specialty FM (ethnic) radio programming undertaking in Vancouver.
  The new station would operate on frequency 93.1 MHz (channel 226C1) with an average effective radiated power of 4,100 watts (maximum effective radiated power of 7,700 watts/antenna height of 617.7 metres).
  In addition, the applicant proposes to operate a transmitter in Abbotsford to broadcast the programs of the new FM station. The transmitter would operate on frequency 88.5 MHz (channel 203B1) with an average effective radiated power of 630 watts (maximum effective radiated power of 3,000 watts/antenna height of 339 metres).
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  Secretary General
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