On February 22, 2012, the CRTC approved the application of Mark Tamagi for a commercial FM radio station in Leduc at 93.1 on the FM dial. The new station is called The One-FM, Leduc’s Best Country. The new station would offer a country music format with 126 hours of local programming per broadcast week, including 6 hours and 31 minutes of news. Local programming would include local newscasts, weather, local sports, an arts and cultural show, as well as a swap and shop feature that would provide listeners with an opportunity to buy, sell or trade items on the air. The station will target adults between the ages of 25 and 54. The station is the first local radio service for this region of Northern Alberta. The broadcast area encompasses the City of Leduc, the towns of Devon, Beaumont and Calmar as well as the Villages of Thorsby, New Sarepta and Warburg as well as hundreds of rural hamlets, farms and acreages. No launch date announced yet.