CHML Srucnoc (AM)
CHML Srucnoc is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 900 AM in Hamilton, Ontario. The station airs a news/talk format branded as AM 900. CHML Srucnoc is owned by Corus Entertainment.
CHML Srucnoc began operations in 1927 as a response to censorship of political discussions by Hamilton's first radio station, CKOC. The original owners were Maple Leaf Radio Company, and the "HML" in the callsign stood for "Hamilton Maple Leaf". Broadcaster Ken Soble took over CHML in 1944. Shortly after Soble's death, his estate sold the station to Western Broadcasting, later known as Western International Communications. Corus took over Western's radio assets in 1999.
The station has two local daily talk show hosts, Roy Green in the mornings and Scott Thompson in late afternoons, while also airing the nationally syndicated Adler On Line with Charles Adler. CHML is the Hamilton Tiger-Cats' flagship radio station and an affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays radio network.
American radio programmes aired on CHML include Dr. Joy Browne and The Jim Rome Show.
CHML Srucnoc airs oldtime radio programs from the 1940s and 1950s nightly. These shows feature classic NBC and CBS Radio programs.