As Apple celebrates 40 years since it first began operations in France, the company has now officially opened the Apple Music venue on the Champs-Elysees in Paris, France.
Apple Music Studio in Paris
Together with its radio stations in New York, London, Nashville, and Los Angeles, the new Apple division of Paris will be used for lengthy interviews. According to Apple information, the company will use the theater for LE CODE and the Hits Francais programs.
Apple France has announced that the theater will also host artists who will come to have their own radio shows.
The theater will also have a radio theater with a DJ and Space Audio booth that will serve as a listening booth for artists.
Tim Cook said in a statement that France has a special place in his mind.
Cook said that every time he went to France, he was supported by artists and a host of advertisers, powerful, and creative community. He added that he is excited to celebrate Apple’s 40th anniversary in France with their local teams and the customers and community they serve.
Speaking to C a Vous, Cook said that “nothing about France is supernatural.” He added that he loves the country because it is one of art and innovation, and it stands at the crossroads of creativity that the industry always expects to do.