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CIWW is not a clear-channel station, but is the only station in Canada broadcasting on 1310 AM; it uses a daytime 2-tower directional antenna, and a nighttime 5-tower directional antenna. In 1949, the station was purchased by Southam, and changed its callsign to CKOY.
In 1992 the station changed to the branding of Oldies 1310.
In 1994 the stations became part of Rogers Radio when Rogers acquired Maclean-Hunter.
CIWW is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 1310 k Hz AM in Ottawa, Ontario.
Owned by Rogers Communications, CIWW is one of several Rogers-owned stations with a news/talk/sports format, in this case branded as 1310News. After changing frequencies a number of times (as most early AM radio stations in North America did), the station permanently adopted its current 1310 AM frequency in 1941.