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Possible Answers: CITI.
Last seen on: NY Times Crossword 20 Nov 20, Friday
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CJOB (680 kHz) is a commercial AM radio station in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It is owned and operated by Corus Radio and airs a talk radio format with news and sports programs. CJOB and its sister stations, CFPG-FM, CJKR-FM, and CKND-DT, have studios and offices at 201 Portage in Winnipeg.
The transmitter tower array is located off Floodway Road near Saint Adolphe. CJOB operates at 50,000 watts, the highest power permitted for Canadian AM stations. But because 680 AM is a clear channel frequency, CJOB must use a directional antenna at all times to avoid interfering with other stations. KNBR San Francisco and KBRW Barrow, Alaska, share Class A status on 680 kHz. Even with this restriction, CJOB’s low dial location, transmitter power, and Manitoba’s mostly flat land (with near-perfect ground conductivity) allows it to reach almost all of Manitoba during the day. At night, it can be heard in much of the central portion of North America with a good radio. It is the second most powerful AM station in Manitoba; CBC Radio One outlet CBW also operates at 50,000 watts, but is a clear channel station.