Since the 1970s, the Chetwynd Communications Society has worked to establish radio and television service. For many years, they rebroadcast pre-recorded content to Chetwynd and surrounding communities via a telecommunications tower on nearby Wabi Hill.
As a result, the Chetwynd Communications Society operates a series of low-powered repeaters that rebroadcast selected Canadian and American stations via satellite (a complete list of these stations is below).
On 5 December 1996, 94.5 CHET-FM—the town’s first radio station—went on-air. Since then the station has expanded with a repeater tower in Dawson Creek at 104.1 and is now known collectively as Peace FM. Its programming uses a series of specialty programs such as metal, gospel, hard rock, and dance.
Chetwynd’s community television station, CHET-DT channel 28.1, began broadcasting on 8 March 2000, in a ceremony attended by Governor General Adrienne Clarkson.
|FM Radio Guide|
|94.5||CHET-FM (Peace FM Chetwynd)|
|100.5||CFMI-FM (Rock 101 Vancouver)|
|103.9||CISN-FM (CISN Country Edmonton)|
|104.1||CHAD-FM (Peace FM Dawson Creek)|
|TV Channel Guide|
|24.1|| Global Vancouver
|24.2|| CBC Vancouver
|24.3|| CTV Vancouver
|24.4|| CITY TV Vancouver
|28.1|| CHET TV
|30.2||NTV St. John's|
|19.1 (Hasler Flats)||Global Vancouver|
|19.2 (Hasler Flats)||CBC Vancouver|
|19.3 (Hasler Flats)||CTV Vancouver|
|19.4 (Hasler Flats)||CITY TV Vancouver|