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CHOT-TV
City of licenseGatineau, Quebec
BrandingTVA Gatineau-Ottawa
ChannelsAnalog: 40 (UHF)
Digital: allocated 15 (UHF)
AffiliationsTVA
OwnerRNC Media
First air dateOctober 30, 1978
Call letters’ meaningC'est
Hull/
Ottawa
Télévision
Sister station(s)CFGS-TV
Transmitter Power684 kW
Height353.2 m
Transmitter Coordinates45°30′9″N 75°50′59″W / 45.5025°N 75.84972°W / 45.5025; -75.84972
WebsiteTVA CHOT

CHOT-TV is a television station in Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. It is affiliated with the TVA network, and also serves Franco-Ontarians in the neighbouring city of Ottawa, Ontario. The station broadcasts on channel 40, and it is owned by RNC Media as a twinstick with CFGS, the market's V affiliate.

The station launched in 1978, following the bankruptcy of the region's earlier TVA affiliate CFVO.

The station airs a 30-minute local newscast every weekday at 6:00pm anchored by Louka Jacques. In the past, CHOT had local news on weekends and a 15-minute noon newscast on weekdays, but recent cuts made by RNC Media had these newscasts replaced with Montreal-based TVA network news programs.

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News Staff and reporters

  • Louka Jacques, News anchor
  • André Chevalier, News Director
  • Mathieu Locas, Desk Manager
  • Pierre-Jean Séguin, Reporter, anchor for CFGS 5:15 PM news bulletin
  • Pierre Plouffe, Reporter
  • Geneviève Larose, Occasional news anchor, Reporter
  • Sébastien Côté, Reporter for both CFGS and CHOT

Former staff

  • Gilles Mailloux, News anchor, now media relations at the Université du Québec en Outaouais
  • Nathalie Tremblay, News anchor and journalist, - now at [1] Radio-Canada, Ottawa-Gatineau, journalist
  • Mathieu Bellehumeur, Reporter, now at LCN
  • Emilie Beaulieu, Reporter and occasional news anchor, now at [2]Radio-Canada, Ottawa-Gatineau, assignment editor
  • Marie-Lou St-Onge, Reporter, now at TAG Radio X
  • Jhade Montpetit, Entertainment section, - now at [3]Radio-Canada, Ottawa-Gatineau, culturel reporter
  • Marjorie Vallée, Entertainment section, - now at [4]
  • Geneviève Latulippe, reporter , - now at the Quebec Liberal Party (PLQ).

Digital television and high definition

As of March 2009, CHOT-TV has not yet began broadcasting in digital.

After the analog television shutdown and digital conversion, which is tentatively scheduled to take place on August 31, 2011 [1], CHOT-TV is required to begin digital broadcasts on its current assigned and analog channel number, 40, however should the station sign-on before the analog shut off date, the station will broadcast on channel 15. However, through the use of PSIP, digital television receivers will display CHOT-TV's virtual channel as 40.1.

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