CTVe, an acronym for Cheyenne Television Extra, is a Cheyennian digital entertainment channel owned by Cheyennemedia with auspices from the National Film Board of Cheyenne. Launched as CTV2 in 1981 and taking on its current name in 1992, it mainly broadcasts cultural content, select national and foreign television series and feature films, some content from the sister network CTV and some sporting events (when CTV and CTV Sports Network are unavailable). It also broadcasted GRT programming until 2001 (when GRT Cheyenne was launched).

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1981-1986

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1986-1992

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1992-1995

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1995-2001

2001-2009

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2009-2017

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2017-present

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Cheyennemedia
Broadcast television:
Cheyenne Television (HD):
CTLT-DT
Ici Télé-Cheyenne (HD):
CTLFT-DT
Cheyenne Televisjkar i Radiu (HD):

Specialty television:
English-speaking television channels:
CTV News Network | GRT World News1, 2 | CTV Sports Network | CTVe | GRT Cheyenne1 | CTV Kids | GRT Kids1 | Documentary Channel | GRT Gapia1, 2 | Lif | GRT Lifestyle1, 2 | CTV Music | CTV World4
French-speaking television channels:
Ici RDI | Ici ARTV | Ici Explora | TVF Quillec Cheyenne3 | Unis3 | TVFMonde3, 4


Radio stations:
English networks:
Cheyenne Radio One | Cheyenne Radio Music | Cheyenne Radio 3 | Cheyenne Radio 3 Classic | Cheyenne Radio Country
French networks:
Ici Radio-Cheyenne Première | Ici Radio-Cheyenne Musique | Ici Radio-Cheyenne Musique Chansons | Ici Radio-Cheyenne Musique FrancoCountry

Cheyenne Radio One O&Os:
Cheyenne Radio Music O&Os:
Ici Radio-Cheyenne Première O&Os:
Ici Radio-Cheyenne Musique O&Os:


Defunct/dissolved:

1In association with the GRT.
2Distribution only.
3In association with TVFMonde Média.
4Available only outside Cheyenne.

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