In 1981, Harvard first expanded into radio with the purchase of 620 CKRM-AM and CFMQ-FM now CHMX-FM (My92.1) in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Originally opening its doors in 1926, 620 CKRM has almost as long a history as The Hill Companies in Saskatchewan. 620 CKRM “The Source” has been the official Saskatchewan Roughrider broadcast rights holder since 1983 providing Play-by Play to Rider Nation.
In 2002, Harvard Broadcasting acquired Regina’s Rock Station 104.9 The WOLF (CFWF-FM) from Craig Broadcasting. The WOLF continues to be a market leader.
The Harvard Broadcasting Regina Radio Group is currently operating from a state-of-the-art broadcasting facility located directly in the "Heart of Regina" within the re-developed Century Plaza on the corner of 12th Avenue and Rose Street.
Since 2007, Harvard Broadcasting has seen exponential growth outside of its Regina broadcast holdings.
Calgary’s Alternative X92.9 (CFEX-FM) was added to Harvard Broadcasting, launching on January 1, 2007. MIX 103.7 Today’s Best Music (CFVR-FM) then opened its doors January 14, 2008, introducing the Hot AC format to Fort McMurray, Alberta. Later that year, Harvard Broadcasting moved into Saskatoon, Saskatchewan with 96.3 (CFWD-FM) now broadcasting as CRUZ FM, Saskatoon’s greatest hits.
Joining the Harvard Broadcasting family on September 1, 2009 was Yorkton’s GX94 That’s Country (CJGX-AM) and FOX FM Yorkton’s Favorites Station (CFGW-FM).
In summer 2010 Harvard launched two new stations in Alberta, 100.7FM The River (now 100.7CRUZ FM), a mainstream Adult Contemporary station in Red Deer followed by 95.7CRUZ FM a greatest hits station in Edmonton.
Most recently Harvard Broadcasting has acquired Power 107 in Edmonton and 100.5 CRUZ in Fort McMurray.
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