CIGV-FM

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CIGV-FM
CIGV NewCountry100.7 logo.png
CityPenticton, British Columbia
BrandingNew Country 100.7
Frequency100.7 MHz
First air dateOctober 18, 1981
FormatCountry music
ERPhorizontal polarization only:
6.3 kWs average
14.1 kWs peak
HAAT793 meters (2,602 ft)
ClassC
Callsign meaningC I Great Valley
Owner Stingray Radio
Websitewww.newcountry1007.ca

CIGV-FM is a Canadian radio station, which broadcasts at 100.7 FM in Penticton, British Columbia, with rebroadcasters in Keremeos and Princeton. Founded by The Robinson Family of Great Valleys Radio in 1981, the station was sold to Newcap Radio in 2011, and approved by the CRTC on February 15, 2012. CIGV-FM is the only country music format station in the Okanagan Valley and it was rebranded to its current [when?] Country 100.7 on Friday April 27 [when?] with 5000 songs in a row. On [when?] May 14 at 5:30AM, 'Okanagan Mornings with Troy Scott and Roo Phelps' went on the air. Troy Scott was released from the company in August 2012 and became Program Director of CJSU-FM. 100.7 re-branded the morning show as "Okanagan Mornings with Roo Phelps." Scott George hosts Okanagan Afternoons.

In February 2017, CIGV-FM rebranded to "New Country 100.7".

Rebroadcasters[edit]

  • CIGV-FM-1 98.9 FM - Keremeos
  • CIGV-FM-2 98.1 FM - Princeton

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Coordinates: 49°42′44″N 119°36′32″W / 49.71222°N 119.60889°W / 49.71222; -119.60889