CBC Radio One FM 99.1 is a radio network which is located in Canada. It is available in both forms AM/FM. Its satellites are set in Canada and the United States. Launched in 1936, now Canadian Broadcasting Corporation 9CBC0 owns it publicly. From 1936 to 1944, it was known as CBC Radio but later from 1944 to 1962, and its name was Trans-Canada. From 1962 to 1997, again it changed its name from Trans Canada to CBC Radio.
The Popularity of CBC Radio One:
It is the English-language news and information network. It does not advertise any product or company. It only offers local and national shows for the public. So many Canadians and overseas listen and follow it over the Internet and through mobile apps. In 2010, it used to 4.3 million listeners every week. Now it has become the largest radio network of the area.
Programming and Schedule:
From 6 to12 minutes, it airs news headlines at the beginning of each hour except those hours that are fixed for important programs, e.g., News Show at 6:00 p.m. and Cross Country Checkup. It broadcasts brief information updates only for 90 seconds.
On public holidays, instead of local programs, it airs special provincial or regional programs at the provincial level on a rotating basis. It shifts some programming to special summer series or shortens the local programming in the months of summer from July to August.
It also airs some shows of American public broadcasting services, i.e., National Public Radio, Public Radio International, and Public Radio Exchange. These American public shows include This American Life, Radiolab, the news series, and The World. All other non-Canadian shows broadcast overnight after 1:00 a.m. These contents are related to the CBC Radio Overnight programming block. Only This American Life, airs on Sunday nights before 1:00 a.m. at 11:00 p.m.
History of FM 99.1
In 1936, the first time, it went on air and became the oldest radio network. In 1944, it also ran two English-language broadcasting stations: the Trans-Canada Network and the Dominion Network. The Trans-Canada Network was the original network, and the Dominion Network was the second network. It also worked as a broadcaster and as the principal broadcast regulator until 1958. In 1962, the Dominion Network ended and disappeared, and CJBC turned into a French-language station.
It was the early 1990s when the CBC formally launched on the Internet with some selected programs. The network started live audio streaming of both CBC Radio and CBC Stereo on the Internet in September 1996. In 1980, AM stations of the CBC converted to F.M. because AM received many complaints of its deficient performance. The Sirius lineup in 2005 and the X.M. lineup in 2013 added to the channel.
You can fax it to Audience Relations, CBC, P.O. Box 500 Station A Toronto, ON Canada, M5W 1E6. You can also contact me through a call on 1-866-306-4636. Call on 1-866-306-4636 is toll-free only for Canadians. For further inquiry, visit the website; https://www.cbc.ca/radio