France Bleu Béarn
France Bleu Béarn is a regional public radio station part of the French France Bleu network, which is owned by the public state radio service Radio France. It broadcasts and serves the Béarn (Pyrénées-Atlantiques) area.
|Frequency||FM: 102.5 MHz (Pau)|
|First air date||1980|
|Sister stations||see France Bleu|
|Website||France Bleu Béarn|
France Bleu Béarn started broadcasting in the early 1980s under the name Radio France Béarn. On 4 September 2000, 38 local stations of Radio France and Radio Bleue combined to become France Bleu, so the name of Radio France Béarn became France Bleu Nord.
The local headquarters of France Bleu Bearn is situated in the city of Pau.
France Bleu Béarn 2, rue O'Quin BP 211 64002 Pau cedex
- Director (Directeur) : Joël Bitoun
- Editor in Chief (Rédacteur en chef) : Jean-Philippe Girard
- Program Manager (Responsable des programmes) : Louis Benhedi
- Technical Manager (Responsable technique) : Philippe Remond