Shaw used to offer customers access to analog FM radio stations via the household coax cable, as part of their Shaw greater service. However, due to a low level of user adoption, these radio stations will no longer be supported on the Shaw system. Below you will find frequently asked questions about the radio station drops, as well as information about the Stingray Music service.
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I used to listen to a radio station through my coax cable and it’s no longer there. What happened?
Carrying these radio stations takes up a significant amount of bandwidth – discontinuing these radio stations means we’ll be able to offer our customers faster Internet speeds, more High Definition channels and increased Shaw On Demand programming.
There are still a number of ways customers can access their favourite radio stations (details below).
Why have you
removed these radio stations?
People are using technology in new and different ways – including listening to the
analog FM radio stations through coax cable that Shaw used to provide. Many users are now streaming radio stations or listening to digital radio services like Stingray.
As well, carrying the stations took up a large amount of bandwidth – which Shaw can use to offer our customers faster Internet speeds, more High Definition channels and increased Shaw On Demand programming.
How can I access my radio stations?
There are a number of options for you to continue listening to radio stations:
For a complete list of Stingray music channels available in your area please check out our Channel Listings page on Shaw.ca. Be sure to select your location at the top of the page for details specific to your area. Shaw - Channel Listings
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