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AM 640

Rating: 5.0 Reviews: 1
AM640 - CFMJ is a broadcast radio station in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada, providing News and Talk shows to the Toronto area. Show more
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AM 640 reviews

  • 5
    03.02.2018
    February 2, 2018 Great radio station. :)

Information about the radio

CFMJ, branded as Global News Radio 640 Toronto, is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 640 kHz on the AM dial. It is licensed to Richmond Hill, Ontario, but the studio is in the Corus Quay building at 25 Dockside Drive in Toronto. The station airs a talk radio format targeted to the entire Greater Toronto Area.

CFMJ transmits with an eight-tower directional antenna; although it is a Toronto market station that is licensed to a suburb to the north of the city, its transmitter is in the town of Lincoln, in Niagara Region, near the southeast corner of Greenlane and Merritt Road. This location allows the station's 50,000–watt signal to cover a large part of Southern Ontario beyond Greater Toronto, as well as western New York state during the day and at night.

Radio contacts

Address: AM640 Toronto Radio Corus Quay 25 Dockside Drive Toronto, Ontario M5A 0B5

Phone: +1 416-479-7000

Email: tips@GlobalTVBC.com

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