France Bleu 107.1

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France Bleu 107.1
France Bleu 1071 logo.png
City of license Paris
Broadcast area Paris, Île-de-France
Slogan n° 1 sur l'Info-Trafic en Région Parisienne
(The Number 1 on the Traffic Info in the Parisian region)
Frequency FM: 107.1 MHz (Paris)
AM: 864 kHz
First air date January 2, 2006 (2006-01-02)
Language(s) French
Owner Radio France
Sister stations see France Bleu
Website France Bleu 107.1
France Bleu

France Bleu 107.1 is a public radio station part of the French regional France Bleu network owned by Radio France, created on 2 January 2006. It currently broadcasts in the Île-de-France region, including Paris.


On 2 September 2002, the Parisian network France Bleu La CityRadio is created, covering the Paris area.

In January 2006 at 6 AM, the France Bleu networks of La CityRadio (Paris) fusions with one of the oldest local stations of Radio France France Bleu Melun (before: Radio France Melun), with this fusion the station changes its name to become France Bleu Île-de-France

Since 31 August 2009, the station aims mainly at the latest information on the traffic in the Parisian area, and changes its name again to France Bleu 107.1 as an analogy with 107,7 MHz which is the frequency for the national highway networks in France.


  • 2006 - 2008 : Vivre en bleu c'est mieux
  • since 2008 : Vu d'ici
  • since 2009 : n° 1 sur l'Info-Trafic en Région Parisienne




  • 864 kHz (300 kW) - within a radius of about 400 km (250 mi) at day and about 1,000 km (620 mi) at night from Paris (Villebon-sur-Yvette)

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