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List of transmitters of CHAN-DT

This is a list of transmitters of CHAN-DT, the Global Television Network owned-and-operated station in British Columbia. In addition to its main transmitters on digital channel 22 in Vancouver atop Mount Seymour, this station operates the largest private rebroadcaster network in North America, covering over 97% of the province of British Columbia. Nearly all of these transmitters were built in the 1970s and early 1980s, when the station was a CTV affiliate.

Note that some of the transmitters listed are either separately-licensed "semi-satellites" to allow for local advertising substituted by another local station (these are, specifically, CHKM, CHKL, and CIFG), or are locally-owned rebroadcasters.

Some areas not included in these tables are not served by transmitters. The station relies exclusively on cable and satellite to reach these areas.

Semi-satellite are in bold

Contents

  • Provincial transmitters 1
    • Northeast Province 1.1
    • Central Interior/Northern Province 1.2
    • Fraser-Fort George 1.3
    • Cariboo/Central Coast 1.4
    • Thompson-Nicola 1.5
    • Columbia-Shuswap 1.6
    • West Kootenay/Boundaries 1.7
    • Okanagan/Kootenay Boundary 1.8
    • Okanagan 1.9
    • Squamish-Lillooet 1.10
    • Vancouver Island 1.11
    • Fraser Valley/South Coast 1.12
    • Other 1.13
  • Cable and Satellite only 2

Provincial transmitters

Northeast Province

City/Town Call Sign Channel Power (kW)
Chetwynd CH2385 4 0.01
MacKenzie CIMK-TV-1 9 0.005
Moberly Lake CH4558 8 0.01

Central Interior/Northern Province

City/Town Call Sign Channel Power (kW)
Burns Lake CKHS-TV 13 0.063
Endako CH2030 3 0.05
Fort St. James CH3035 4 0.01
Fraser Lake CFFL-TV-1 9 0.324
Granisle CH2798 11 0.01
Houston CFHO-TV 8 0.39
Kitwanga CH2289 8 0.005
Ootsa Lake CHBL-TV 11 0.162
Priestly CFFL-TV-2 14 0.02
Prince George CIFG-TV 12 4.7
Telkwa CFHO-TV-2 10 0.05
Topley CFTY-TV 11 0.01

Fraser-Fort George

City/Town Call Sign Channel Power (kW)
McBride CH2013 4 0.05
Valemount CH2649 8 0.01

Cariboo/Central Coast

City/Town Call Sign Channel Power (kW)
100 Mile House CITM-TV 3 1.3
Alexis Creek CIAC-TV 11 0.005
Anahim Lake CIAL-TV-1 5 0.001
Hagensborg CH4579 10 0.01
Williams Lake CITM-TV-1 13 0.005
Quesnel CITM-TV-2 8 0.005

Thompson-Nicola

City/Town Call Sign Channel Power (kW)
Ashcroft CHAC-TV-2 2 0.009
Barrière CFDQ-TV 8 0.01
Barrière (Little Fort) CFIB-TV 7 0.01
Blackpool CH5665 / CH5666 5 / 6 0.01
Blue River CH2531 13 0.01
Kamloops CHKM-TV 6 4
Lytton CILY-TV-2 8 0.01
Logan Lake CH2518 18 0.02
McClure CHLP-TV 5 0.01
Pavilion Lake CIPV-TV 12 0.001
Pritchard CHKM-TV-1 9 0.008
Quilchena CFHM-TV-2 9 0.009
Savona CFSC-TV-1 13 0.001
Spences Bridge CJNA-TV-2 7 0.005
Vavenby CKVA-TV-1 8 0.01

Columbia-Shuswap

City/Town Call Sign Channel Power (kW)
Campbell Road CHCX-TV 22 0.02
Cedar Hill CHAW-TV 9 0.002
Donald CH4445 8 0.01
Malakwa CFFI-TV-2 11 0.001
Parson CH2737 7 0.01
Revelstoke CHKL-TV-3 7 0.001

West Kootenay/Boundaries

City/Town Call Sign Channel Power (kW)
Castlegar CKTN-TV-1 5 0.009
Crescent Valley CH5645 47 0.02
Creston CKTN-TV-4 12 0.01
Nakusp CJNP-TV-3 7 0.001
Nelson CKTN-TV-3 3 0.33
New Denver CH5668 / CH5669 3 / 6 0.01
Passmore CH5652 5 0.005
Taghum CKTN-TV-2 23 0.009
Trail CKTN-TV 8 18

Okanagan/Kootenay Boundary

City/Town Call Sign Channel Power (kW)
Grand Forks CISR-TV-1 7 0.009
Santa Rosa CISR-TV 68 0.1

Okanagan

City/Town Call Sign Channel Power (kW)
Apex Mountain CHNJ-TV-1 11 0.001
Cherryville CJCC-TV 13 0.01
Enderby CFEN-TV-2 11 0.01
Kelowna CHKL-DT1 24 31.2
Keremeos / Olalla CHKC-TV-5 11 0.009
Oliver / Osoyoos CKKM-TV 3 0.93
Peachland CIPL-TV 9 0.01
Penticton CHKL-DT-1 32 3
Salmon Arm CFSA-TV-1 13 0.01
Vernon CHKL-DT-2 22 3
  • 1 Note: That the transmitters in Kelowna and area (CHKL-TV) are in addition to CHBC-TV, a separate Global station in Kelowna that originates its own local evening newscasts, but which carries Global BC's programming at virtually all other times.

Squamish-Lillooet

City/Town Call Sign Channel Power (kW)
D'Arcy CH4576 5 0.01
Lillooet / Riley Creek CFDF-TV-2 13 0.01
North Lillooet CFDF-TV-1 5 0.009
North Pine CH3033 50 0.1
Pemberton CH4552 6 0.01
Seton Portage CH4419 7 0.01
Squamish CHAN-TV-3 7 0.009
Whistler CHAN-TV-7 9 0.01

Vancouver Island

City/Town Call Sign Channel Power (kW)
Courtenay CHAN-TV-4 11 2.55
Wilson Creek (Nanaimo) CHAN-TV-6 23 19.3

Fraser Valley/South Coast

City/Town Call Sign Channel Power (kW)
Bowen Island CHAN-TV-2 3 0.009
Brackendale CHAN-TV-5 9 0.01
Chilliwack CHAN-TV-1 11 0.009

Other

City/Town Call Sign Channel Power (kW)
Rimrock CKRR-TV-2 11 0.005
Tuktakamin Mountain CFAW-TV 12 0.01

Source: Nelson Media

Cable and Satellite only

Transmitters for the former CTV affiliate were never built on the north coast of the province. Coincidentally, there were already transmitters for private CBC affiliate CFTK.

The East Kootenay is served by CFCN instead of CHAN, and transmitters for the Pacific time zone affiliate (CIVT-DT) were never installed.

The Northeast Province is served by CFRN instead of CHAN, and transmitters for CHAN were never installed.

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