Fun Radio (Belgium)

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Fun Radio
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City of license Monchengladbach, Germany
Broadcast area Belgium
Slogan "Le Son Dancefloor"
("The Dance Floor Sound")
Frequency 104.7 MHz (Brussels)
103.5 MHz (Charleroi)
List of other areas
First air date 1989
Format Contemporary R&B
Rhythm and blues
Dance music
Electro music
House music
Owner Benoit Dewinter (1/3)
Leadercom-SC (1/3)
Micro FM-SCRL (1/3)
Sister stations Fun Radio (France)

Fun Radio Belgique is a private Belgian radio station, broadcasting in Wallonia and Brussels.


In 1989, Benoît Sillard is designated by Robert Hersant to become CEO of Fun Radio. Sillard decides to boost the radio notably by the developing the station abroad. After Fun Radio Romania, Fun Radio Poland and Fun Radio Slovakia, Fun Radio Belgium was created.



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