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Hawkesbury radio station building sold

Le bâtiment qui servait de studio et de bureau à Hot Country 107,7 a été vendu, mais la station de radio continuera à diffuser ses émissions à partir de ses opérations centralisées à Ottawa. — Photos d'archives
Le bâtiment qui servait de studio et de bureau à Hot Country 107,7 a été vendu, mais la station de radio continuera à diffuser ses émissions à partir de ses opérations centralisées à Ottawa.
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The building may be sold, but the radio station will continue to play throughout the region.

Evanov Communications has sold its building at the corner of Main Street East and Dufferin Street in Hawkesbury. For years, the building served as the studio and sales office for Hot Country 107.7, formerly 107.7 CKHK-FM, but the station will continue to broadcast as all operations moved to Ottawa a few years ago. 

“There’s no change in the status of the station,” said Evanov Communication program manager Ted Silver. Although the station may broadcast from Ottawa, the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) transmitter licences are legally issued for Hawkesbury and Rockland.