Telemedia subsequently swapped CKYC's frequency with that of its sports outlet CJCL.
On February 6, 1995, at 10 AM, CKYC ceased airing country music, and after stunting with a ticking clock for two hours, CJCL and CKYC swapped frequencies.
CKYC subsequently aired only syndicated programming until it went off the air permanently in late 1996.
CHKT was launched by Fairchild in 1997, over the 1430 AM frequency that had been occupied by CKYC immediately prior to its signing off for the last time.
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It settled on the permanent 580 kilohertz (then kilocycles) frequency in 1931.
In 1945, the station was sold to Jack Kent Cooke's Toronto Broadcasting Co., and adopted the callsign CKEY.
It was subsequently acquired by Shoreacres Broadcasting, a consortium that included Westinghouse and The Globe and Mail, in 1961, and changed its frequency to 590 in 1964 as CKWW signed on at 580 that year in Windsor and CKAR, (known today as CFBK-FM), in Huntsville had to change its frequency from 590 to 630 k Hz.
In the late 1950s and early 1960s, CKEY was the leading Top 40 music competitor to 1050 CHUM; one of its DJs was later CFNY staple David Marsden, known as Dave Mickie at CKEY (and later at CHUM as well).
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