CHOM-FM is an English language radio station located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Owned and operated by Bell Media, it broadcasts on 97.7 MHz from the Mount Royal candelabra tower, with an effective radiated power of 41,200 watts (class C1) using an omnidirectional antenna, while its studios are located at the Bell Media Building at 1717 Rene-Levesque Boulevard East in Montreal.
Toujours la même music jour après jour chom ne connais plus le blues
The Best !!!
The best music in the world, never stop.
As a Frenchy..;)..let's Say Thanks to Terry that made me switch to CHOM....His sense of humor, his knowledge of rock music and his few french comments will be miss! My morning drive will never be the same...
Excellent music, excellent hosts, I'll surely miss Terry! Best Montreal radio.
I can't tell you how wonderful it is to be able to listen to such great musical selections, get so many wonderful anecdotes about the history and development of rock & roll, hear so many familiar (and some new) voices and feel like I'm still in-touch with Montreal. Thanks guys (and gals) - know you are all appreciated.
The station has a mainstream rock format since the station started using the brand name CHOM, and is sometimes pronounced /ˈʃoʊm/ shoam as if it were a French word, but other Bell Media Radio personalities have also pronounced it as /ˈtʃɒm/ chom.
1717 Blvd. René-Lévesque E., H2L 4T9, Montréal, QC