Ouï FM

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OÜI FM
Logo of Oui FM
City of license Paris
Broadcast area France
Slogan Plus libre, plus rock
Frequency 102.3 MHz (Paris)
Full list of frequencies
First air date 1987
Format Rock
Language(s) French
Affiliations Les Indés Radios
Owner AWPG
Website ouifm.fr

Ouï FM (styled OÜI FM) is a French rock radio station created in 1987, and owned by the Arthur World Participation Group.

History[edit]

OÜI FM was created in 1987 as a radio station with primarily Underground programming, and so its slogan was Le son qui a du sens (The Sound with Sense). The station was launched by Pierre Raiman, Philippe Mazière, Bertrand Jullien and Éric Mettout.

OÜI FM was part of Virgin Radio International until December 2008, when it was bought by the French radio and TV host Arthur and became part of his group known as the Arthur World Participation Group (AWPG).[1]

Identity of OÜI FM[edit]

Logos[edit]

Slogans[edit]

  • 1986 - 1991 : Le son qui a du sens
  • 1991 -[when?] : Ouï Rock You
  • 1997 - 2008 : La radio rock
  • 2008 - 2011 : Plus libre, plus rock
  • 2011 - 2012 : La radio rock
  • Since 2012  : Plus libre + rock

Programming[edit]

Webradios[edit]

  • OÜI FM Alternatif
  • OÜI FM Blues
  • OÜI FM by DJ Zebra
  • OÜI FM Collector
  • OÜI FM Indé

Broadcasting area[edit]

Ouï FM can be heard mainly in the North of France, on 102.3 FM in Paris, 102.1 FM in Melun and 90.7 FM in Chantilly, as well as via the Astra 1H satellite.

References[edit]

  1. ^ LeFigaro.fr | Arthur agrandit son groupe médias avec la radio

External links[edit]