Joe (Belgian radio station)

Joe is a commercial Belgian radio station broadcasting in Dutch, and is mainly dedicated to pop music from the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s and 2000s. Since 2007 the radio station has been owned by DPG Media.

JOE fm
Broadcast areaBelgium
SloganAll the way (2016-)
Your greatest hits (2012-2016)
The smile, the music (2009-2012)
Frequency103,4 MHz
104,1 MHz
(East Flanders-West Flanders)
Full list of other frequencies
First air date1 April, 2009
Adult contemporary music
Former callsigns4fm (2001-2009)
Joe FM (2009-2016)
OwnerDPG Media
Sister stationsQmusic


In 2001, Joe's predecessor 4fm was launched. Together with Q-music, it was the first commercial radio station to be licensed as a national broadcaster in the Flemish Community. The station was purchased by Talpa Media in 2005. In May 2007, 4fm was taken over by DPG Media - then known as the Vlaamse Media Maatschappij. In 2008, 4fm started broadcasting a news-focused breakfast show named 4fm actueel that was simulcast on KANAALTWEE, owned by former Joe owner, Medialaan.[1] It was axed a few months later.

On 19 February 2009, the hosts of 4fm announced that the station would relaunch as Joe FM on 1 April 2009. The station's format largely stayed the same. On Saturdays and Sundays, a show called Joekes broadcast excerpts of standup sets and comedy skits. In August 2012, Joe FM changed its slogan to Your Greatest Hits and implemented several new programmes.


Joe broadcasts in the Flemish Community (Flanders and Brussels) on the following frequencies:

The station is also available via digital TV and online streams.


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