The CRTC on Wednesday denied one application while approving another from the same company for new radio stations in small communities just west of Ottawa. The denied station would have been located in Carleton Place, Ont. The applicant, My Broadcasting Corp., proposed a format of adult contemporary music aimed at people aged 25 to 54, the CRTC said in a notice on its website. In denying the application for the Carleton Place station, the CRTC took issue with the sought FM frequency 107.7, which the company is currently using for a transmitter in Arnprior, Ont. — about 40 kilometres north of Carleton Place — for a station called CHMY-FM in Renfrew, Ont., which is about 35 kilometres west of Arnprior. The CRTC also expressed concern over how a new Carleton Place station would affect revenues at one of three stations noted that already serve the market. Only one of the stations mentioned, CHKK-FM in Perth, Ont, owned by Perth FM Radio Inc., protested in opposition of the new station. The other stations, CJET-FM and CKBY-FM in Smiths Falls, Ont., are owned by Rogers Communications Inc., which did not intervene in the application. The CRTC approved My Broadcasting’s application for a station in Arnprior, which would have the same music format proposed for the Carleton Place station. The Arnprior station will use the FM frequency of 107.7, though the company asked it be placed on 97.5 if the Carleton Place station was approved. In other decisions published Wednesday, the CRTC approved a licence for Frissons TV, a French-language, specialty television station for horror movies and related programming, and a not-for profit, community radio station for Hornby Island, B.C.