City of license Winnipeg, Manitoba
Branding 92 CITI FM
Slogan World Class Rock
Frequency 92.1 MHz
First air date April 1, 1978
Format Classic-based rock[1]
Audience share Decrease 6.9% - Rank: 6 [2]
ERP 100,000 watts
Callsign meaning derived from the word "city"
Former callsigns CKY-FM (1962-1978)
Owner Rogers Radio
Sister stations CKY-FM, CHMI-DT
Webcast Listen Live!
Website 92 CITI FM

CITI-FM is a Classic-based rock radio station branded as 92 CITI FM. The station broadcasts from 166 Osborne Street in Winnipeg, Manitoba with sister station 102.3 Clear FM.

CITI-FM primary competes with Power 97.


The station was founded in 1962 as CKY-FM, and adopted its current callsign, CITI-FM, on April 1, 1978. The first song played on CITI-FM was Deep Purple's Highway Star.

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 station is now adult contemporary.

Formerly North America's most powerful commercial FM station (currently it is Montreal's CKOI-FM); in 2003 CITI-FM was granted a decrease in effective radiated power from 360,000 (directional) to 140,000 (directional) watts. Its transmitter was then relocated 20 kilometers north of its former site.[3] Some notable announcers through the years at CITI are: Shadoe Davis, Lamont Hollywood, Howard Mandshein, Gordo Fry, Brother Jake Edwards, Terry Dimonte, Tim "Trucker" Bradley, Terry Klassen, Tom McGouran, Joe Aiello, Larry Updike, and Brian Cook.

On May 17, 2012, the station rebranded itself as "World Class Rock" and began playing more 80's and 90's-based rock.

On September 13th, 2012, CITI-FM announced that longtime morning show hosts Tom McGouran and Joe Aiello had been let go, and would be replaced with Dave Wheeler, Phil Aubrey and Rena Jae, formerly of rival station CJKR-FM. The latter three, having comprised the morning show of Wheeler In the Morning with Philly and Rena since September 2009, were unable to come to terms on a new contract with CJKR-FM's parent company, Corus Entertainment, and were subsequently approached by Rogers Media, parent company to CITI-FM.


External links

  • Website
  • Facebook Page
  • Canadian Communications Foundation
  • Query the REC's Canadian station database for CITI-FM

Coordinates: 49°45′20″N 97°07′53″W / 49.75556°N 97.13139°W / 49.75556; -97.13139

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