CHIP-FM is proudly the only regional bilingual radio station serving the population of the Pontiac as well as listeners in the Vallée de la Gatineau (QC) and Renfrew County (ON).
The radio station operates on the 101,7 frequency on the FM band, with a 10 KW transmitter, which gives the radio a wide range for its broadcasting.
In order to cater to everyone in its community, CHIP FM offers a diversified programming.
One of the radio station’s main goal is to properly inform the community with local and regional news which are not necessarily covered by other regional media. The radio station's entire team works hard in making its programming a reflection of its community, cultural, economic, political, educational and social portrait.
As a non profit organization, CHIP FM's annual revenues are based on; provincial government grant, weekly bingos, annual radiothons, on air advertising sales, membership fees and donations.
CHIP FM, also known as Pontiac Community Radio, was registered as a Québec non-profit organization in June 1978. Its first broadcast took place on March 1st 1981.Board of Directors
CHIP-FM is administrated by a Board of Directors elected annually for a two-year term and an Executive Director.