According to the Calgary Herald, Atlantic Canada’s Newfoundland Capital Corp. Ltd. (Newcap Radio) announced in late January it would put its 32 Western Canadian radio stations – along with six repeater licences and two television stations – on the block. Two of the radio stations, 90.3 Amp Radio and XL 103.1, are in Calgary. Several others are scattered across southern Alberta, including Drumheller and Brooks. Newcap acquired the 103.1 frequency in 2002 and the 90.3 frequency in 2006. Both stations went through several format changes before settling on what they are today, a “greatest hits” and top 40/ pop station, respectively. Between the two, they employ about 60 people.