CKEN

CKEN may refer to:

  • CKEN-FM, a radio station (97.7 FM) licensed to Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada
  • CKWM-FM, a radio station (94.9 FM) licensed to Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada, which held the call sign CKEN-FM from 1965 to c. 1970

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