|Broadcast area||Denmark – Nationally via Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB)|
First air date
|11 April 2011|
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DR P6 Beat is one of DR's digital radio stations in Denmark. It launched on 11 April 2011 as the second of five new digital-only stations. 
In November 2010, DR announced it would significantly lower the number of digital radio stations in its line-up from 23 to between 10-12.  The new line-up of digital stations were announced in January 2011 with P6 Beat as a station with focus on alternative music. 
On 1 October 2017 P6 Beat became available on DAB+ radio when a nationwide switch-over took place. 
Every December since 2012, P6 Beat has hosted a night of concerts at DR Koncerthuset, using all five venues at the same time. Attendees of the event are free to roam around the different venues. 
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