Fun Radio (France)

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This article is about the French radio station. For the station in Wallonia (Belgium), see Fun Radio (Belgium).
Fun Radio
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City of license Paris, France
Broadcast area France: National (FM), DSL, Satellite
Slogan "Le Son Dancefloor"
("The Dance Floor Sound")
Frequency 101.9 MHz (Paris)
99.7 MHz (Marseille) [1]
First air date October 2, 1985 (1985-10-02)
Format Contemporary R&B
Rhythm and blues
Dance music
Electro music
House music
Language(s) French
Owner RTL Group
Sister stations RTL2
RTL
Website www.funradio.fr

Fun Radio is a French network of FM radio stations created on 2 October 1985 and offering R&B, Dance music, Electro music and House music, operating on 250 different frequencies in France. The station belongs to RTL Group as do its sisters stations RTL and RTL2. These three radio stations share the same headquarters located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris.

As of November 2006, the station had approximately 3.2 million daily listeners.[2]

History[edit]

DJs[edit]

Current DJs include Mico, Quentin Mosimann, Robbie Rivera, Mathieu Bouthier, Laurent Wolf, Dim Chris, Antoine Clamaran and David Vendetta.

Previous DJs have included:

  • Cauet: 1994-1995 and 2004–2008
  • Difool: 1990-1996
  • Max: 1990-2005
  • Arthur: 1991-1992 and 2000–2004
  • Déborah: 2006-2008
  • Sophie: 2006-2008
  • Fred Charles: 2005-2006
  • Loubna: 2004-2006
  • Gaël: 2004-2008
  • Abdel (Gopher): 2004-2009

Voice-overs[edit]

Recent male voiceovers have included Damien Witecka as the French voice of Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire from 2006, and Emmanuel Curtil as the French voice of Jim Carrey and Matthew Perry from 1994-1998–2002-2005.

Recent female voiceovers have included Audrey lanj since August 2008, and Francine Baudelot: January 2006 - August 2008.

Slogan history[edit]

  • 1985: Changez d'énergie sans changer de fréquence – Tant qu'il y aura des piles
  • 1986: La radio complètement Fun
  • 1987: La radio sensations
  • 1988: La meilleure radio
  • 1990: La radio Fun c'est Fun Radio
  • 1992: Toujours et encore plus fort
  • 1994: Ouvrons-la
  • 1996: Le meilleur mix
  • 1997: La radio d'une génération
  • 1998: Pour le Fun et pour les tubes
  • 1999: Groove, dance, Fun – Fun Radio donne le tempo
  • 2001: La première radio Groove'n Dance
  • 2002: Des hits & du Fun
  • 2004: RnB, Dance, Fun
  • 2005-2007: Soul & Dance
  • 2007: Le Son Dancefloor

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Fréquences". Fun Radio. 
  2. ^ "Fun Radio - Meilleur résultat depuis 3 ans". radioactu.com (in French). 16 November 2006. Retrieved 4 December 2014. 

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