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TV channels from France
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. .CAM: St-Barth Airport (-)Spectacular view of the Gustaf III Airport, also known as Saint Barthelemy Airport, Remy de Haenen Airport. This is a public use airport located in the village of St. Jean on the Caribbean island of Saint Barth.
. Africa 24 TV (French)In 2010, AFRICA 24 officially became the first global news channel on Africa and especially the most-watched satellite channel in Francophone Africa.
. Al Malakoot Sat (Arabic)Al Malakoot Sat, also known as The Kingdom Sat, is a global Christian TV channel in Arabic, English and French. The goal of Al Malakoot Sat is that all men are saved to the knowledge of the truth.
. BFM Business (French)BFM Business, is a Business and Economics News channel based in Paris. It was launched in 2010.
. BFM TV (French)BFM TV is an International news TV channel. BFM was launched in 2005 and its headquarter is based in Paris. It is the most-watched news network of France.
. Euronews France (French)Euronews is a European, multilingual news television channel, headquartered in Lyon-Ecully, France. Created in 1993, it claims to be covering world news from a Pan-European perspective.
. France 24 (Arabic)France 24 is an international news and current affairs television channel based in Paris. The channel is owned by the French Government and was launched in 2006. France 24 Arabic is aiming for the Arabic community.
. France 24 (French)France 24 is an international news and current affairs television channel based in Paris. The channel is owned by the French Government and was launched in 2006. This channel is aiming for a Francophonic audience.
. France 24 (English)France 24 is an international news and current affairs television channel based in Paris. The channel is owned by the French Government and was launched in 2006. This channel is aiming for an English speaking audience.
. France 24 (Spanish)France 24 is an international news and current affairs television channel based in Paris. The channel is owned by the French Government and was launched in 2006. This channel is aiming for an spanish speaking audience.
. France Info (French)France Info is a news and general interest TV channel. France Info was founded in 1987 by Radio France. The headquarter is based in the capital of France, Paris.
. GrandLille TV (French)GrandLille is a local TV station from the city of Lille. It is the channel to find out what is happening in Lille. It is first of all a local news channel. GrandLille TV is also available on TNT (channel 21) and on Numeriicable (channel 18). The channel offers a newsflash every fifteen minutes, practical information, weather and short reports about culture, sports, politics and social events.
. KTO TV (French)KTO TV is a French speaking Catholic TV channel. KTO was launched in 1999 at the initiative of Cardinal Archbishop of Paris, Mgr Jean-Marie Lustiger.
. RT France (French)News TV. RT, previously known as Russia Today, is a global multilingual television news network based in Russia. RT was the first all-digital Russian TV network. RT offers unique insight into many aspects of Russian history, culture and opinion. This is the French speaking channel of RT.
. TV7 Bordeaux (French)TV7 Bordeaux is a local private television channel from Bordeaux. It first aired in 2001. It offers news and information services.
France Broadcast info (source - CIA WFB):
a mix of both publicly operated and privately owned TV stations; state-owned France Televisions operates 4 networks, one of which is a network of regional stations, and has part-interest in several thematic cable/satellite channels and international channels; a large number of privately owned regional and local TV stations; multi-channel satellite and cable services provide a large number of channels; public broadcaster Radio France operates 7 national networks, a series of regional networks, and operates services for overseas territories and foreign audiences; Radio France Internationale (RFI), under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is a leading international broadcaster; a large number of commercial FM stations, with many of them consolidating into commercial networks (2008)
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