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CFXU FM Donation


CFXU FM Donation

The station was conceived in 1969 by several students who used a home built 5 watt AM transmitter kit (Heathkit) to broadcast out of the common room of Fraser House (Bishop's Hall). Amateur announcers spun their own records on a simple turntable and microphone system. The station was called "VOX", (Voice of Xavier). The "pirate radio" station featured volunteer announcers offering a rock format. VOX was extremely popular with the student body and could be picked up on car and home radios in the Antigonish town area.

In 2002 the station was granted a developmental FM license from the CRTC.

In late September 2006, the station was successful in its application to the CRTC for a campus community broadcast license and broadcast ability increase. This new license will enable the station to grow in size over the next 3 to 4 years. awesome radio The station is run on a day to day basis by a small but dedicated staff of full-time students and is funded by the St. FX Student Union

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