Blackburn Radio Inc. changes its name to Blackburn Media Inc to better reflect the evolution and direction of the company.
Blackburn returns to its London roots by launching CKLO-FM.
The Windsor expansion does not end with CJSP-FM, as Blackburn launches another commercial radio station in Windsor, CJWF-FM.
Despite already owning two stations in the Windsor market, CKUE-FM-1 and CHYR-FM, Blackburn continues expansion and opens a new station, CJSP-FM.
Blackburn launches a new station in Wingham, CIBU-FM. Blackburn would also acquire the Chatham stations CFCO-AM, CKSY-FM, CKUE-FM, and CKUE-FM-1 (Windsor).
After seeing success in Sarnia, Blackburn Group acquires CHOK-AM, giving them control over all three radio stations in Sarnia.
Blackburn sells The London Free Press to the Sun Media Corporation.
Looking to expand into more markets across Ontario, Blackburn acquires CFCO-FM Chatham, CHYR-FM Leamington, and CFGX/CHKS-FM Sarnia.
Blackburn decides to shift their business focus to the radio industry, and sells both CFPL-TV and CKNX-TV to Baton Broadcasting.
After seeing the success of CKNX-AM in the Wingham market, Blackburn decides to launch an FM station under the same call letters, CKNX-FM.