Saadé was even bold enough to set up request lines including numbers in the UK, USA, Montreal, Toronto and Ottawa. He's also broadcasting on-line (he's had several websites as he's changed frequencies numerous times) billing his Ottawa based operation as "USA's #1 Music Station." He and his friends could even be heard taking calls and playing requests at various times.
Interesting to note a website (Webmaster Jayhaed Saade) for the Saadé International Centre; a building purported to be located at 2710 Walkley Rd. in Ottawa's south/east end. No such building exists, although there is a sign on that lot announcing that the building is coming soon... Meanwhile, the building's website ... lists one of it's tenants as "106.5 Mix Fm." No Ottawa station exists on that frequency, but it is one of several spots on the dial "MIX FM" has tried to use.
Saadé received a visit from Industry Canada earlier this week, complete with a cease and desist order, which appears to have been ignored. At 2:31pm December 2nd, the station signed back on, and as of 4:23pm December 3rd, was still broadcasting at 91.9 FM.
His father, a former candidate for mayor in 2000, tells the Ottawa Citizen that he believes regulators should be encouraging his son's operation instead of trying to shut it down.
For a head shaking read, Jayhaed Saadé continues a defiant blog battle (posting as MIX FM) with posters on DigitalHome.ca's discussion group.
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More: Apparantly this is Jayhead's web site and Twitter account.
Related: Ottawa Radio Guide