CFRB-AM 1010 KHz - CFRX-SW 6.070 MHz Toronto, Ontario, Canada

CFRB/CFRX

Reception Reports

CFRX acknowledges all correct reception reports with a QSL card. Most of these reports come from eastern Canada and the north-eastern United States. However, we have received reports from approximately 40 countries. CFRB/CFRX QSL's have been issued by the Ontario DX Association since October 1, 1991.
The QSL manager is Steve Canney, VA3SC. Reports can be submitted by emailing me at: cfrbcfrxreport@gmail.com
c/o Steve Canney, VA3SC

1831 Waterdown Rd. Burlington Ontario Canada L7P 5A2

 

return postage is greatly appreciated and ensures a faster response.



Sorry, but CFRB does not have bumper stickers, fridge magnets or other novelty items that  can be sent out with the QSL card.

Criteria to receive a CFRB/CFRX QSL card

 

  • Date you heard CFRB or CFRX;
  • Time you heard the transmission (local or UTC);
  • Frequency (specify CFRB 1010 or CFRX 6070 kHz);
  • Program material (at least 10 minutes of specific program material heard, i.e. name of announcer, commercials heard, news items etc.);
  • Signal report (a general overview of how well you were hearing the signal in your location);
  • Mention of the type of equipment and antenna you were using to hear the signal is helpful as well.

Comments about programming should be sent directly to the station itself.

Mail:
CFRB
2 St. Clair Avenue West
Toronto, Ontario
Canada
M4V 1L6
Telephone:
Main switchboard (416) 924-5711.

Other phone numbers include:

  • CFRB Access Line (416) 872-CFRB;
  • CFRB Newscentre (416) 924-6717;
  • CFRB Talk Shows (416) 872-1010;
  • Toll Free 1-800-561-CFRB;
  • FAX (416) 323-6830
  • URL: (including RealAudio) www.cfrb.com.

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