On September 5, 1992, Fréquence Paris Plurielle (FPP) embarked on the adventure. It was founded to give a voice to those who do not have it: it is a radio station for struggle, committed to social, political and cultural movements. Independent of political and religious parties and refusing all publicity, it is not subject to market imperatives and viewership rates. It is a generalist radio station, which broadcasts 24 hours a day.

Fréquence Paris Plurielle is a member of Fradif (Federation of associative radios of Ile-de-France). FPP has around one hundred programs provided by 250 volunteers, animators and technicians, activists, members of associations: political, social and international solidarity programs (health, undocumented migrants, housing, unemployment, ecology, feminism , third world, differently abled , prisons), programs of 14 immigrant communities in bilingual (Maghreb, Africa, Turkey, Caribbean, Madagascar, Comoros, Latin America, Iran, Kanaks, Kurds, Soninkés), cultural programs (cinema, theater, literature , history, dance, philosophy) and musical programs (rap, rock, jazz, electro, reggae, opera, house, groove, world music, funk, soul, jazz, rumba, Caribbean, Brazilian, Latin, African music).

Free radio, FPP is committed to an acted criticism of the media: the antenna grid favors long formats, where time is taken to dialogue and to develop ideas or musical and sound creations. The programs are produced and directed by non-professionals.