CITI-FM

CITI-FM

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CITI-FM is a Canadian radio station, which broadcasts classic rock at 92.1 MHz on the FM dial in Winnipeg, Manitoba. It is owned by Rogers Radio, and shares studios with sister station CKY-FM.

Formerly the world's most powerful FM station (currently it is Montreal's French-language hot AC CKOI-FM, which has always had higher power than CITI-FM). In 2003 CITI was granted a decrease in effective radiated power from 210,000 to 100,000 watts, and the relocated its transmitter 20 kilometres north of its former site.

The station was founded in 1962 as CKY-FM, and adopted its current callsign in 1978. In the early 1990s, the station was acquired by Rogers Radio, who converted CITI's sister station CKY-AM to the FM band in 2004, and retained the CKY callsign on that station.

The very first song played on the new CITI-FM in 1978 was Deep Purple's Highway Star.

Currently the morning show is hosted by Tom McGouran and Joe Aiello every weekday morning from 6am-10am CT. Kathy Kennedy, or KK as she's commonly known, also co-hosts the show. Frequently, they have "Tom and Joe's World Tour", a radio station giveaway, sending winners all over the world to sporting or music events. Some trips include Cream reunited in New York, the Soccer World Cup in Germany, and the Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy.

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