Rythme FM est un réseau radiophonique québécois avec des antennes à Montréal, Trois-Rivières, Sherbrooke et Saint-Jérôme.

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  • Rythme FM est un réseau radiophonique québécois avec des antennes à Montréal, Trois-Rivières, Sherbrooke et Saint-Jérôme. Elle diffuse surtout de la musique populaire francophone destinée à un public adulte.Le nom Rythme FM ayant été utilisé depuis janvier 1999 par sa station Montréalaise, elle devient le nom d'un réseau en août 2003 avec l'ajout d'une station à Québec (vendu en novembre 2011 à Leclerc Communication), puis à Trois-Rivières en juin 2004, à Sherbrooke et Magog en juillet 2004 et l'affiliation de CIME-FM à Saint-Jérôme en août 2011 qui utilise ses lettres d'appels CIME mais utilise le logo et le slogan de Rythme FM. Gatineau possède aussi sa station depuis le 24 août 2014. Rouyn-Noranda syntonisera Rythme FM dès le 9 mars 2015.
  • Rythme FM is a network of French-language adult contemporary FM radio stations broadcasting in southern and central Quebec. They are owned and operated by Cogeco.The brand "Rythme FM" was introduced in January 1999 at CFGL-FM in the Montreal market, and the network was created after Cogeco received new licences in other markets in 2002 and 2003. CFGL-FM is the most-listened to French-language station in North America.The Rythme FM network is in direct competition against Rouge FM; both networks offer a very similar product, with Rouge FM having a marginally hot AC-leaning sound compared to Rythme FM, which leans somewhat more towards oldies/classic hits.On April 30, 2010, Cogeco announced it would purchase Corus Quebec's radio stations. The sale was approved by the CRTC on December 17, 2010; one of the conditions, however, stiplulated that Rythme FM outlet CJEC-FM in Quebec City must be sold to another party by December 2011. On November 9, 2011, it was announced that Cogeco would sell CJEC-FM, as well as CFEL-FM, to Leclerc Communication Inc., a company owned by Quebec City businessman Jacques Leclerc, owner of Laura Secord Chocolates and Biscuits Leclerc.Following Leclerc's takeover of CJEC-FM, that station continued to carry Rythme FM's branding and networked programming until May 21, 2012, when it dropped its branding and programming in favour of its own programming, relaunched on June 20, 2012 as WKND 91.9. As Cogeco opted to leave its other stations in Quebec City, CFOM-FM and CJMF-FM, as they are for the short term, it leaves the Quebec City area without a Rythme FM affiliate. Quebec's two other major markets, Gatineau and Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, also have no Rythme FM affiliates.On August 16, 2011, CIME-FM in Saint-Jérôme became part of Rythme FM network and added programming from Rythme FM and also adopted imaging and slogan of Rythme FM, but kept its CIME branding.
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  • Rythme FM est un réseau radiophonique québécois avec des antennes à Montréal, Trois-Rivières, Sherbrooke et Saint-Jérôme.
  • Rythme FM is a network of French-language adult contemporary FM radio stations broadcasting in southern and central Quebec. They are owned and operated by Cogeco.The brand "Rythme FM" was introduced in January 1999 at CFGL-FM in the Montreal market, and the network was created after Cogeco received new licences in other markets in 2002 and 2003.
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