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Big FM (German radio station)

Big FM
City of license Baden-Württemberg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Saarland
Broadcast area

Baden-Württemberg: FM Rhineland-Palatinate: FM

Saarland: FM
First air date 1 April 2000
Format contemporary hit radio
Owner Hubert Burda Media
Website Big FM

Big FM is a German radio station.

It first aired on 1 April 2000, and covered parts of Baden-Württemberg. On August 2003, it took over the frequencies of the defunct radio station RPR Zwei to expand to Rhineland-Palatinate. On 5 September 2005, it took over the frequencies of the defunct radio station JAM FM Saarland, thus expanding to Saarland.

Frequencies

External links

  • Official bigFM cityclubbing Website

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