France Bleu Nord

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France Bleu Nord
France Bleu Nord logo.png
City of license Lille
Broadcast area Nord-Pas-de-Calais
Slogan Vu d'ici
Frequency see frequencies
First air date May 19, 1980 (1980-05-19)
Language(s) French
Former callsigns Fréquence Nord (1980-1992)
Radio France Fréquence Nord (1992-2000)
Owner Radio France
Sister stations see France Bleu
Website France Bleu Nord
France Bleu

France Bleu Nord is a French public radio station part of the France Bleu network for the departments of Nord and Pas-de-Calais.

History[edit]

On 19 May 1980, France Bleu Nord is created as Fréquence Nord by the Radio France journalist Jacqueline Baudrier.

On 4 September 2000, 38 local stations of Radio France and Radio Bleue fusions to become France Bleu and the name of Radio France-Fréquence Nord changes to France Bleu Nord.

Frequencies[edit]

Nord (59)[edit]

Pas-de-Calais (62)[edit]

Belgium[edit]

France Bleu Nord can also be heard clearly in the south-west area of Belgium:

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