MNM (radio)

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MNM
MNM logo.png
City of license Brussels
Broadcast area Belgium (Flanders, Brussels)
Slogan Music and More
Frequency FM
89.0 MHz (Antwerp)
101.5 (Ghent)
88.3 (Brussels)
DAB: Block 12A (Online)
First air date 28 March 1992
Format Popular music station, youth
Audience share 12,50% (July 2008, Centrum voor Informatie over de Media (Centre of Media Information))
Owner VRT
Website www.mnm.be

MNM is a Belgian pop music radio station, launched in 2009, operated by the Flemish public broadcaster Vlaamse Radio- en Televisieomroep (VRT). The station broadcasts in Flanders and Brussels on FM and can be heard in France and the Netherlands on border areas.

History[edit]

On 5 January 2009, Peter van de Veire launches the new radio station.

On 8 March 2010, the MNM logo had a small modification, the black letter M becomes blue, and modernized its studio and website.

On 28 March 2011, MNM adds new jingles, a new programme (Sing Your Song) and two new radio hosts (Bert Beauprez, Renée Vermeire), the same year, and the slogan has changed from Let's Have a Big Time to music and more.

Regular presenters[edit]

At the time of final broadcast, sorted alphabetically

Programmes[edit]

Live presenter-led programmes were broadcast every day between 0600 and 2300. Between 2300 and 0600 (midnight and 0800 on Saturday night/Sunday morning), the station was automated and aired a mix of non-stop music and live, hourly news bulletins.

MNM Hits[edit]

MNM Hits is a digital-only station, which consists of continuous pop music without presenter interruption, which was called Donna Hitbits before the MNM rebranding.

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