Rogers Broadcasting enters London radio market


TORONTO, June 21 /CNW/ - Rogers Broadcasting Limited (RBL) today announced that it has reached an agreement with CHUM Radio, a division of CTV Limited, to purchase London radio station BOB-FM (CHST-FM). The purchase is subject to CRTC approval.

"We're excited about operating in the City of London," commented Paul Ski, Chief Executive Officer, Radio, Rogers Media. "Our stations always have a local focus and we're eager to build upon the strong local lens that BOB-FM has on London."

BOB-FM launched in 2000 in London and has continually been a ratings leader in the market.

Rogers Broadcasting is a subsidiary of Rogers Media, a division of Rogers Communications (TSX: RCI; NYSE: RCI). Rogers Broadcasting has 53 AM and FM radio stations across Canada. Television properties include 5 Citytv stations and 5 OMNI local over-the-air stations, the specialty channels; Rogers Sportsnet, Canada's live-event leader, is comprised of four channels, all of which are available nationally and in high definition; OLN, Biography, G4Tech TV, Setanta Sports (Canada) and Canada's only televised shopping service, The Shopping Channel.

SOURCE Rogers Media

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Jan Innes

Rogers Communications Inc.


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