630 CHED is a Canadian radio broadcaster based on 84th street in Edmonton, Alberta. The domestic audience of Edmonton enjoys the programming of the channel by tuning to the frequency of 630 kHz. The local coverage of the radio is carried out by the transmitter which is run by the power of 50,000 watts. The channel also has a decent amount of international fan following which enjoys its programming from its web portal.
The English language broadcaster is branded with the slogan of “Edmonton’s Breaking News and Conversation Station.” This is because the channel broadcast of News and talk format. The call letter of the radio means “CH EDmonton” which relates to the broadcasting area of the station. The shows featured by the broadcaster are produced locally as well as featuring from its affiliation partner CBS Radio News. These shows are mostly consisting of interviews, local weather and traffic reports, news, politics, entertainment, and community updates.
Corus Entertainment currently owns the broadcaster along with its sister channels CHQT, CISN-FM, CKNG-FM, and a TV station CITV-DT. 630 CHED first broadcasted on 3rd March 1954 in downtown Edmonton. The initial frequency of the broadcaster was 1080 kHz which changed to its current frequency on 14th May 1963. The social media team also notify about updates to its followers.
Programs of 630 CHED
The Ryan Jespersen Show
Oilers Now with Bob Stauffer
Inside Sports with Reid Wilkins
Charles Adler Tonight
The Roy Green Show
630 CHED Mornings
The Informed Traveller
The Shift with Drex
The Alberta Morning News
630 CHED Afternoons
You can visit the site of the station at globalnews.ca/radio/630ched/.