call_letters = CIPA-TV
station_branding = CTV
analog = 9 (VHF)
digital = "allocated 52 (UHF)"
other_chs = see below
affiliations = CTV
January 12, 1987
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
callsign_meaning = CI Prince Albert
owner = CTVglobemedia, Inc.
licensee = CTV Television, Inc.
effective_radiated_power = 325 kW
HAAT = 216.7 m
coordinates = coord|53|3|26|N|105|50|30|W|type:landmark
homepage = [http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/show/CTVShows/1065548793499_60956571 CTV Prince Albert]
CIPA-TV (also commonly known as CTV Prince Albert) is a Canadian television station, broadcasting in
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. It is an affiliate of CTV Television Network. CIPA began transmission in 1987. [http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/show/CTVShows/1065548793499_60956571]
In 2002, CTV parent company Bell Globemedia (now
CTVglobemedia) sold CIPA's former CBC-affiliated twinsticksister station, CKBI, to the CBC, which then made CKBI a rebroadcaster of CBKSTin Saskatoon.
Even though CIPA-TV has reporters, its main news source is
CFQC, CTV Saskatoon's news broadcast. However, it has had news broadcasted many times over the years. The only local newscast that CIPA broadcasts is its "CTV News at Noon".
* [http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/show/CTVShows/1065548793499_60956571 CTV Prince Albert]
* [http://www.mysask.com CTV Saskatchewan News]
* [http://www.broadcasting-history.ca/listings_and_histories/television/histories.php?id=89&historyID=118 Canadian Communications Foundation - CIPA-TV History]
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