Citybeat may refer to:
- Citybeat (band), a 1980s Hong Kong pop music group
- Belfast CityBeat, a Northern Irish radio station
- Cincinnati CityBeat, an independent local arts and issues publication in Cincinnati, Ohio
- LA CityBeat, an alternative weekly newspaper in Los Angeles, California
- San Diego CityBeat, an alternative weekly newspaper in San Diego, California
- Citybeat, a weekly entertainment and music section in the Australian free afternoon daily newspaper mX
- City Beat, a New Zealand reality television series
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Citybeat (band) — Citybeat (Chinese: 城市節拍) was a pop music group that was active in Hong Kong during the 1980s. There are four members in the group, namely: John Laudon (Chinese: 劉諾生) Daryl Ching Jerry Marshall Jym Kay Chuck Eddy (Chinese：李克)－(replaced Daryl Ching … Wikipedia
Belfast CityBeat — Infobox Radio Station name = Citybeat 96.7FM/102.5FM location = Belfast area =Greater Belfast on FM Northern Ireland on DAB branding = slogan = More Music More Variety airdate = 6 April 1990 relaunch date = 30 September 1996 frequency = 96.7 MHz… … Wikipedia
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