France Bleu Béarn

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France Bleu Béarn
France Bleu Béarn logo.png
City of license Pau
Broadcast area Pyrénées-Atlantiques
Slogan Vu d'ici
Frequency FM: 102.5 MHz (Pau)
see frequencies
First air date 1980
Language(s) French
Owner Radio France
Sister stations see France Bleu
Website France Bleu Béarn
France Bleu

France Bleu Béarn is a regional public radio station part of the French France Bleu network, which is owned by the public state radio service Radio France. It broadcasts and serves the Béarn (Pyrénées-Atlantiques) area.

France Bleu Béarn started broadcasting in the early 1980s under the name Radio France Béarn. On 4 September 2000, 38 local stations of Radio France and Radio Bleue fusioned to become France Bleu, so the name of Radio France Béarn became France Bleu Nord.

Frequencies[edit]

Pyrénées-Atlantiques (64)[edit]

Local headquarters[edit]

The local headquarters of France Bleu Bearn is situated in the city of Pau.

France Bleu Béarn 2, rue O'Quin BP 211 64002 Pau cedex

Local direction[edit]

  • Director (Directeur) : Joël Bitoun
  • Editor in Chief (Rédacteur en chef) : Jean-Philippe Girard
  • Program Manager (Responsable des programmes) : Louis Benhedi
  • Technical Manager (Responsable technique) : Philippe Remond

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