Pure FM

Pure is a Belgian public radio station created in 2004, focused on music genres such as pop, rock, hip-hop, contemporary R&B, and electronic. It is operated by the Radio télévision belge de la communauté française (RTBF). Pure is the Walloon equivalent of the Flemish Studio Brussel.

Pure
CityBrussels
Broadcast areaBelgium
Wallonia
SloganGood music makes good people
Language(s)French
Former callsignsPure FM (2004–2017)
Radio 21 (1981–2004)
OwnerRTBF
Websitepurefm.be

History

On 1 April 2004, the public rock/pop radio station Radio 21 owned by the RTBF stops broadcasting to be replaced by two new radio stations, Classic 21 and Pure FM. In 2010, Pure FM changed its logo. In January 2017, the station dropped the "FM" suffix from its name.

Reception

FM

RegionFrequency
Antwerp*101.1 MHz
Arlon98.4 MHz
Brussels (city)88.8 MHz
Charleroi96.6 MHz
Courtray*90.6 MHz
Ghent*101.1 MHz
Hainaut90.6, 96.6 MHz
Huy91.4 MHz
Léglise89.9 MHz
Liège92.5 MHz
Lille*90.6 MHz
Luxembourg (city)*98.4 MHz
Maastricht*94.1, 101.1 MHz
Marche-en-Famenne97.8 MHz
Namur (city)89.8 MHz
Spa94.1 MHz
Tournai90.6 MHz
Verviers87.9 MHz
Waremme87.8 MHz
Walloon Brabant, Wavre101.1 MHz

(*) The RTBF does not broadcast in this region or country, but can be heard there clearly.

AM

RegionFrequency
Liège1233 kHz
Luxembourg1305 kHz

DAB

RegionFrequency
Wallonia (incl. Brussels)RTBF Channel 12B (225,648 kHz)

See also

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