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List of television stations in France

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of TV services available on digital terrestrial, satellite, internet streaming and cable systems in France.

National channels

List available from 5 September 2016:

EPG No. Channel Notes Owner/parent company Broadcast hours Format on DTT Multiplex
1 TF1 Privatised during 1987. Formerly RcF (Radiodiffusion-Télévision Française) and ORTF (Office de Radiodiffusion-Télévision Française) Groupe TF1 24 hours 16:9 HDTV SMR6
2 France 2 State owned. Formerly Antenne 2 France Télévisions 24 hours 16:9 HDTV SGR1
3 France 3 State owned. Semi-localised channel, the programs may differ according to region. Formerly Couleur 3 and FR 3 France Télévisions 24 hours 16:9 HDTV SGR1
4 Canal+ Private. Subscription network, some programs without encryption Groupe Canal+ 24 hours 16:9 HDTV CNH
5 France 5 State owned. Formerly La Cinquième France Télévisions 24 hours 16:9 HDTV Multi 4
6 M6 Métropole 6 - Commercial network Groupe M6 24 hours 16:9 HDTV Multi 4
7 Arte State owned. French-German arts channel. ARTE France 24 hours 16:9 HDTV Multi 4
8 C8 Commercial station Groupe Canal+ 24 hours 16:9 HDTV NTN
9 W9 Commercial station Groupe M6 24 hours 16:9 HDTV Multi 4
10 TMC Formerly Télé Monté-Carlo, originally Monaco-based commercial station Groupe TF1 24 hours 16:9 HDTV SMR6
11 TFX Formerly NT1, commercial channel Groupe TF1 24 hours 16:9 HDTV SRM6
12 NRJ 12 commercial channel, NRJ network NRJ Group 24 hours 16:9 HDTV SMR6
13 LCP State owned. National Assembly, Senate 24 hours 16:9 HDTV SMR6
14 France 4 State owned. Entertainment programming France Télévisions 24 hours 16:9 HDTV SGR1
15 BFM TV Commercial news and finance channel NextRadioTV 24 hours 16:9 HDTV NTN
16 CNews Commercial news channel Groupe Canal+ 24 hours 16:9 HDTV NTN
17 CStar Commercial music and entertainment channel Groupe Canal+ 24 hours 16:9 HDTV NTN
18 Gulli Children's programming Groupe M6 24 hours 16:9 HDTV NTN
19
20 TF1 Séries Films Formerly HD1. Commercial channel. Entertainment programming Groupe TF1 24 hours 16:9 HDTV MHD7
21 L'Équipe Commercial sports news channel Groupe Amaury 24 hours 16:9 HDTV MHD7
22 6ter Commercial channel. Entertainment programming Groupe M6 24 hours 16:9 HDTV Multi 4
23 RMC Story Commercial channel NextRadioTV 24 hours 16:9 HDTV MHD7
24 RMC Découverte Commercial documentary channel NextRadioTV 24 hours 16:9 HDTV MHD7
25 Chérie 25 Commercial channel. Entertainment programming NRJ Group 24 hours 16:9 HDTV MHD7
26 LCI Commercial news channel Groupe TF1 24 hours 16:9 SDTV CNH
27 France Info State-owned news channel France Televisions 24 hours 16:9 SDTV SGR1
30 to 38 Regional channels Various Various Various 16:9 HDTV Various
41 Paris Première Pay-TV, some programmes free-to-air Groupe M6 24 hours 16:9 SDTV CNH
42 Canal+ Sport Pay-TV, some programmes free-to-air Groupe Canal+ 24 hours 16:9 HDTV CNH
43 Canal+ Cinéma pay-TV Groupe Canal+ 24 hours 16:9 HDTV CNH
45 Planète+ pay-TV, documentaries Groupe Canal+ 24 hours 16:9 HDTV CNH

Regional channels

List available from 5 April 2016:

EPG No. Channel Notes Area[1] Multiplex Format
30 Alsace20 Strasbourg
Mulhouse
R1 16:9
viàAngers Angers
BFM Paris Paris
Provence Azur Marseille
BFM Lyon Métropole Lyon
TVPI Bayonne
Var Azur Toulon, Hyères
Wéo Lille
viàTéléPaese Corsica R15
31 Azur TV Nice
Nocturne 31
Demain IDF
Télé Bocal
Shared airtime Paris L8 16:9 / 4:3
D!CI TV Gap 16:9
Grand Lille TV Lille 16:9
Tébéo Brest R1
Télénantes Nantes
ViàOccitanie Toulouse Toulouse
TL7 Saint-Étienne
ViàOccitanie Montpellier Specific local programming for Montpellier. Montpellier 16:9
8 Mont-Blanc Annecy
Chambéry
R15 16:9
viàVosges Épinal
32 Canal 32 Troyes L8 4:3
IDF1 Paris 16:9
Grand Littoral TV 16:9
33 France 24 Paris L8 16:9
La Chaîne Normande Rouen
LDV TV
viàLMtv Sarthe R1
viàMirabelle Metz
Forbach
Verdun
Longwy
Sarrebourg
TébéSud Lorient
Vannes
TLC Cholet L8
France 3 Corse ViaStella
ViàOccitanie Pays Gardois
TV7 Bordeaux Bordeaux
Arcachon
R1 16:9
ViàOccitanie Pays Catalan
34 MATéLé Official site Saint-Quentin
Hirson
R1 16:9
ViàGrandParis Île-de-France
TV Vendée La Roche-sur-Yon L8 16:9
35 TVR Rennes R1 16:9
Wéo Picardie R1 16:9
36 Bip-tv Issoudun R1 16:9
37 TV Tours Val de Loire Tours
Blois
R1 16:9
38 téléGrenoble Isère Grenoble R1 16:9

Satellite television

Bis Télévisions

Canalsat

This is a list of channels carried by CanalSat, as of February 2016:

Defunct channels

See also

References

  1. ^ "Les chaînes locales gratuites listées par le CSA". Archived from the original on 2011-11-06. Retrieved 2016-04-13.
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