Radio Circulation 730 AM is a French-language Canadian radio station broadcasting from Montreal, Quebec. Cogeco owns the station and operates as a commercial traffic information service. FM began official transmission on October 2, 1922, under the supervision of the local newspaper La Presse. It is the first-ever Francophone channel in North America. In its early years, CKAC had historically been a dominant radio
Famous shows like news coverage, Sunday church broadcast, and broadcast Montreal Expos of Major League Baseball charged the listenership. Power Corporation of Canada acquired CKAC station, and La Presse and Radio Circulation were sold to Telemedia the following year. In 2004, Corus Entertainment bought the station. Corus sold all of its Quebec radio stations to Cogeco in 2010. It has a broadcasting power of 50,000 watts. Its sister stations are CHMP FM, CKOI FM, CFGL FM, and CKBE FM. The station studios are at Place Bonaventure in Downtown Montreal. In contrast, its transmitter is in Saint-Joseph-du-Lac.
Address: 800, Rue de la Gauchetière West, Suite 1100, Montreal Qc H5A 1M1
Official Website: https://www.radiocirculation.net/