CHML is a radio station located in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, and serve it at 900 AM frequency. This radio named as 900 CHML, airs at News/Talk format, broadcasts network programs of Global News Radio and news providing by the Canadian Press's radio service. The trademark is owned by Corus Entertainment. CHML traces its origins to 1927 and was owned by Maple Leaf Radio Company. Now on CHML you can hear old time radio programs from the 1940s and 1950s.

Slogan: "Hamilton's News. Today's Talk"

Language: English.

Format: News, Sports.

First air date: 1927

Call sign: CHML

Owner: Corus Entertainment

Broadcast area Toronto area

Sister stations


Shows

  • Good Morning Hamilton with Rick Zamperin Good Morning Hamilton with Rick Zamperin Weekdays 5:30am - 9am
  • Bill Kelly Show Bill Kelly Show Monday - Friday 9am - 12pm
  • Hamilton Today With Scott Thompson Hamilton Today With Scott Thompson Weekdays 3pm - 6pm
  • Scott Radley Show Scott Radley Show Monday - Friday 6pm - 8pm
  • The Shift The Shift Shane Hewitt Weekdays 1-5am
  • The Health & Wellness Show The Health & Wellness Show Ted Michaels Saturdays 7 - 8am
  • Planning Your Financial Future Planning Your Financial Future Saturdays 8-9am
  • The Golfi Real Estate Show: Hamilton Edition The Golfi Real Estate Show: Hamilton Edition Saturdays 9-10am
  • Old Radio Shows Old Radio Shows Saturdays at 10pm & Sundays at 9pm
  • BDO Debt Solutions With Paul Ihnatiuk BDO Debt Solutions With Paul Ihnatiuk Saturdays 11am-12pm
  • Technology Made Simple Technology Made Simple Jason Lopez Saturdays 12-1pm
  • Sold On Hamilton Sold On Hamilton First Saturday 11am - Noon
  • A Winning Approach with East Law A Winning Approach with East Law 4th Saturday of each month as follows, 11am-12pm
  • Raceline Radio Raceline Radio Sundays 8pm
  • The 5th Quarter The 5th Quarter Rick Zamperin Following Tiger-Cat Games

Radio frequencies

Radio 900 CHML broadcasts in the following cities on FM or AM:

  • Hamilton 900

Radio contacts

Reviews about radio

  • Commercials and conservatism
    900 choline all about commercials. 70% of the programming are commercial, which doesn’t even include the “special guests” which are simply ads disguised as guests that talk about their companies. Not to mention the conservatism of most of the spokespersons