News Talk 650 CKOM is a news and informational hub for the public of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Domestically, the people browse it on the AM frequency of 650 kHz while internationally, its coverage is officially accessible from its web portal. The channel falls in B class category and powered by 10 kW. Rawlco Communications is the owner of the station and also co-own two of its sister operators CJDJ-FM and CFMC-FM, as well as monitoring the daily operations of the broadcaster. The home studios of CKOM along with its siblings, are located at 715 Saskatchewan Crescent West.
The history of broadcaster starts since the 8th of June 1951. The first callsign adopted by the station was CKOM (which it currently uses) and started to air its programming on 1340 kHz. In 1960, the broadcasting frequency of the station was shifted to 1250 kHz and remained till 1985. In 1998, the callsign was moved to CINT and used till 2002. The currently used frequency of the broadcaster was moved in 1985.
News Talk 650 CKOM is described in the market by the slogan of “Saskatoon’s news and Conversation Stations.” Currently, its daily 24/7 working is carried out with the help of 10 kW power. Its quality services have made the channel to stand prominent among other notable broadcasters of the market. The broadcaster is also available on popular social media hubs to connect with.
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