A large number of FM radio stations in Flanders (Belgium) are changing frequency today. In an operation similar to the Dutch Zerobase project that was completed last year, many of the commercial broadcasters are getting new frequency packages. In this case, the public broadcasters will not be affected.
Dutch facilities company Broadcast Partners is responsible for 60 transmitters in Flanders. The operation includes a significant expansion of the networks of 4FM, Antigoon, Crooze FM, Multipop and Q-Music. Other clients of Broadcast Partners include Antwerpen 1, be one, Mango and Radio Contact.
A number of newly licensed stations are on the air for the first time today. This is the biggest frequency reshuffle ever in Flanders. A list of the changes to transmitters operated by Broadcast Partners is available on the company’s Website.