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FRANCE 24 Expands distribution in Europe, Asia and Oceania - 02/01/2013

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Latest update : 2013-01-02

FRANCE 24 has concluded a series of new distribution agreements, allowing the channel to strengthen its worldwide distribution in Denmark, Burma, Singapore, Thailand and Australia.

Europe :
In Denmark, the French and the Arabic versions of FRANCE 24 have joined the English version on the Digital terrestrial network (DTT) operated by Open Channel in Copenhagen. This new agreement allows FRANCE 24 to be available in three languages to 700,000 households throughout the Danish capital city.


Asia :
In Burma, FRANCE 24 English version has just launched on the new IPTV network Skynet (channel 45), allowing the channel to be available to 50 000 subscribers across the country.

Thanks to an agreement with Telkom Vision, FRANCE 24 English version, is now available 24/7 in Indonesia on the operator’s cable, IPTV and DTH offers. FRANCE 24 is now accessible to an additional 100,000 subscribers in major Indonesian cities, such as Jakarta, Bandung, Semarang and Denpasar.

FRANCE 24 has extended its agreement with SINGTEL, the largest telecommunications company in Singapore, allowing its English version to be available on the operator mobile offer to 90 000 subscribers (Mobile TV subscribers).

In Thailand, FRANCE 24 is now available on major IPTV operator ME TV. FRANCE 24 English version is now available 24/7 in the basic offer, while the French version will be available "à-la-carte" for 220 Bahts (5,5 Euros) per month.

Oceania :
In Australia, FRANCE 24 has partnered with SBS, allowing its English version to be broadcast 30mn per day at 3pm on SBS ONE. This 30-minute news segment is also available for free on the Australian network website.

For more real time information on FRANCE 24’s distribution worldwide, go to: http://f24.my/ijOOim


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About FRANCE 24
FRANCE 24 - media of the Audiovisuel Extérieur de la France group - is the first international news channel that offers a French perspective and sensibility on world events. It broadcasts worldwide on a 24/7 basis on three channels, in French, English and Arabic. FRANCE 24 can be accessed by cable, satellite, ADSL, mobile, tablet and connected TV. The website www.france24.com is available in 3 languages (English, French and Arabic).

Contact
Damien AMADOU - +33 (0)1 84 22 74 32 -  damadou@france24.com

 

Date created : 2013-01-02

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