CKOL FM - Real Radio

Our Sponsors and Advertisers

CKOL gratefully acknowledges the support of our sponsors and the many local businesses that advertise with us weekly.  Program sponsors include Bulk Plus, Campbellford Chrysler,  Giant Tiger, Gunn-Johnston Cards & Gifts, Kenetic Energy Ltd., Rene's Total Home Comfort Ltd., Sharpe's Food Market and Weaver Family Funeral Home.  These community-minded business operations bring you the news, weather, horoscopes and memoriams daily.


Our On-Air Personalities

The station is staffed with committed volunteers who love sharing their passion for all genres of music with CKOL's listeners.  

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Radio that dares to be different!

CKOL was founded by Owner/General Manager

David Lockwood in 1992.  His vision was to serve the Trent Hills community with a dedicated local radio station featuring great music, public service and the ongoing promotion of local talent, business and events.

CKOL 93.7 FM Campbellford 100.7 FM Madoc


Serving Trent Hills and Region for 25 years

Advertising with CKOL is a triple win.  Your business or organization enjoys affordable ads that reach local customers while helping to support community radio in your region.  

Our Mission

  • Support Canadian Content
  • Promote Local and Regional Artists
  • Promote Community Events
  • Support Local Business
  • Promote Trent Hills and Comfort Country


Broadcast Info

Our broadcast strength is 500 watts and our transmitter is located in Campbellford, Ontario. Our secondary transmitter is located in Madoc.


CKOL's broadcast area encompasses:

  • Norwood, Havelock, Marmora, Madoc (Highway 7 to the north)
  • ​Tweed, Roslin, Plainfield, Belleville  (Highway 37 to the east)
  • Belleville, Trenton, Brighton (Highway 401 to the South)
  • Campbellford, Hastings, Warkworth (the community of Trent Hills)




Dave was presented with the Mayor's Civic Pride Award by Campbellford Mayor Hector MacMillan in April 2014 in recognition of his contribution to the community.  Click the button to read the full article in Inside Belleville.