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France 24 selected as the new news partner for Paris airports

Latest update : 2014-10-07

France 24 has been chosen by Média Aéroports de Paris (a joint-venture 50/50 owned by Aéroports de Paris and JCDecaux) as content partner for the Airport TV channel.

Airport TV is the dedicated news and entertainment channel for Aéroports de Paris passengers. It is broadcast over a network of 256 screens across the 10 Aéroports de Paris terminals, particularly in departure lounges.

Airport TV aims to offer airport passengers high quality international news with a global perspective. It is part of Aéroports de Paris' quality of service improvement strategy.

France 24 will be providing national and world news and weather broadcasts specially adapted to the airport environment, without sound, subtitled in French and in English.

With substantial international experience, France 24 offers editorial content that is largely equipped to meet the demands of a multicultural and available (average waiting time in departure lounges is 1hr39) audience of more than 90 million passengers a year, including 47 million French passengers (opinion leaders).
 

Date created : 2014-10-07

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