CKFR is a radio station in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. Broadcasting at 1150 AM, the station airs news/talk and sports formats, and identifies on air as AM 1150 News, Talk, Sports. It is owned by Bell Media.
Current on-air talent include Phil Johnson, who hosts the CKFR Early Edition from 6-9am Monday to Friday, along with co-host and news reader Gord Vizzutti, and producer Daniel O'Hara. Following that, Johnson hosts Open Line with Phil Johnson, a daily local current affairs and listener call-in radio program, till 10 a.m. At noon, highlights from the Early Edition are repeated during a program called The Encore Edition.
Throughout the day, Harry Callaghan reads the news during the midday newscasts, and Craig Power takes over for the afternoon news. Adam Graham is the weekend news anchor, and also a weekday reporter.
Syndicated programming includes The Bill Good Show, The Simi Sara Show, and Fox Sports Radio, which airs from midnight to 6am seven days a week.
Other than in mandated hourly pre-recorded station identifications and the title of the morning show, the callsign "CKFR" is not mentioned on air or in station branding and promos. According to Bell Media's Group Program Director for the B.C. Interior, Mark Burley, the callsign was randomly assigned to replace the former CKBL callsign when the station switched from 1150 AM The Bullet's country music format to Oldies 1150's oldies music format in 2004.