CHOI-FM is a French language FM radio station that broadcasts on the frequency 98.1 MHz out of Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, with a talk radio format (before its takeover by RNC Media, it aired mainly active rock music, and finally to modern rock until becoming a talk radio station in 2010). Locally, it is known as Radio X (a reference to "Generation X", as most of CHOI's listeners consider themselves). It was owned by Genex Communications since July 1996. The Bureau of Broadcast Measurement ratings released in December 2004 revealed that CHOI was the most popular radio station in the city with 443,100 listeners, up from 380,500 earlier in the year.[clarification needed] The station is well known for airing controversial ideas and populist opinions. The station has become a target of various groups, notably feminists and gay activists, as well as prominent politicians, for some controversial political statements.
Address: 1134 Grande-Allée Ouest, bureau 300 Québec, (Québec), G1S 1E5