CJME Regina 1975-1976

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Chuck (Ken) Connors
Chuck Connors (1975) on air from 9am-1pm at CJME Regina, Saskatchewan.
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Hart Kirch CJME Mornings

In 1975 Hart Kirch did the mornings at CJME Regina - (Bigger page has AUDIO CLIPS)

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1975- Mel Corey on CJME

Mel Corey (Wolfgang Fritzche) did afternoons on CJME Regina. (Bigger page has AUDIO CLIPS)


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1975- Scott Miller
Scott Miller did the evening show on CJME Regina. (Bigger page has AUDIO CLIPS)

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CJME Morning Crew

In 1975 Ron Temrack did sports, Hart Kirch played the music and Bob Richards did the news.

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CJME Regina

Photo of the CJME DJ's December 1975. (Bigger page has AUDIO CLIPS)

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Chuck (Ken) Connors

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CJME Jim Goddard

One of the Newsmen at CJME Regina in 1976 was Jim Goddard.

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CJME Regina 1975

Phil Mackesy and Johnny Russell were two of the CJME Announcers on air.
In 1975-1976 the Big 1300 CJME AM radio played Top 40 Music and was in competition with CKCK Regina that played adult contemporary. The owners and managers at that time were Gord and Doug Rawlinson. VIew the STAFF LIST from 1975 STAFF LIST

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CJME Regina
News Curiser at many events in Southern Saskatchewan.


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CJME Chart 1968

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CJME Chart 1968
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CJME Chart 1971

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CJME CHARTS:
Dec 1967: MUSIC CHART Top 50 songs VIEW PHOTO
Feb 1968: MUSIC CHART Top 50 songs VIEW PHOTO
Feb 1968: MUISC CHART featuring the Bossmen VIEW PHOTO

CJME CHARTS:
Feb 1972: MUSIC CHART featuring Steve Shannon VIEW PHOTO
Feb 1972: MUSIC CHARTfeaturing Russ Tyson VIEW PHOTO
Jan 1973: MUSIC CHART featuring Gerry Thom VIEW PHOTO

CJME was founded in 1959. In 1967 CJME was purchased by the Rawlinson family, owners of CKBI radio and TV in Prince Albert. Their company later came to be called Rawlco Communications. With the changes in AM radio, CJME became a "News Talk 1300 CJME" in 1998. It was about then, that many radio stations started switching frequencies. The 1300 kHz frequency used by CJME was always disliked because of its limited reach outside of Regina. It seemed the further down the dial, the better and further the reception was. CKRM-AM gave up its 980 kHz frequency to take up 620 kHz when CKCK-AM radio closed down. When 980 kHz was available, CJME moved to that spot on the radio dial in 2001 and later became News Talk 980.