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France Ô
France Ô
CountryFrance
Broadcast areaFrance
SloganRegardons autrement
Headquarters3–4, rue Danton
92299 Malakoff, Hauts-de-Seine
Programming
Picture format1080i HDTV (16:9)
Ownership
OwnerFrance Télévisions
Sister channelsFrance 2
France 3
France 4
France 5
History
Launched25 March 1998 (1998-03-25)
Former namesRFO Sat (1998–2004)
Links
Websitefranceo.fr
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital terrestrial televisionChannel 19
Digital terrestrial television in Overseas FranceChannel 6 or 7 or 8
Cable
Telenet (Belgium)Channel 29 (Wallonia & Brussels)
Channel 158 (Flanders)
Ziggo (Netherlands)TV Française Ziggo App Channel 7
Unitymedia (Germany)Channel 443 (SD)
UPC SwitzerlandChannel 29
Channel 329 (Deutschswizz)
Channel 529 (Ticino)
Kabel Deutschland (Germany)Channel 831 (SD)
Net+Channel 61
Satellite
Canal+Channel 94
Bis TélévisionsChannel 29
TNTSATChannel 19
OSN (Middle East)Channel 703
Canal+ RéunionChannel 41
Canal+ CalédonieChannel 18
Canal+ CaraïbesChannel 51
IPTV
French IPTVChannel 19
SunriseChannel 8

France Ô (pronounced [fʁɑ̃s o]) was a French free-to-air television channel featuring programming from the French overseas departments and collectivities in Metropolitan France. It was part of the France Télévisions group. Its overseas counterpart is Outre-Mer 1ère.[1]

The channel was launched in 1998 as RFO Sat by Jean-Marie Cavada, then-president of RFO, and initially broadcast for only 9 hours per day. It was re-branded as France Ô on 25 February 2005 after the reunification of RFO with France Télévisions. The "O" stands for Outre-mer (overseas), and the accent shows that the channel was opened to all accents and dialects of the world,[2] but also ensures that the name of the channel is not read as France 0 ("France zéro").

The channel became available in overseas territories in November 2010, replacing the RFO-operated Tempo, and was launched in DTT nationally the same year.

In July 2018 the French government announced the closure of France Ô due to declining viewership. The ceasing of broadcast was scheduled for 9 August 2020, in time for the climax of the 2020 Summer Olympics, but was later changed to 24 August due to scheduling issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, which resulted in the games being initially delayed to 2021. The last programme broadcast on the channel was a repeat of the concert L'Outre-mer fait son Olympia 2019.[3]

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References

  1. ^ "En Polynésie, la suppression annoncée de France Ô ne passe pas". Le Monde (in French). 18 February 2019. Retrieved 18 February 2019.
  2. ^ Desroses, Sandrine (1 March 2005). "France Ô remplace RFO Sat". Retrieved 9 April 2008.
  3. ^ "France Ô a fait ses adieux". ozap.com (in French). Retrieved 2 September 2020.

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