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MCM Pop
Logo-mcm-pop 2011.jpg
CountryFrance
SloganLe meilleur des tubes des années 80 à nos jours
Programming
Language(s)French
Ownership
OwnerMCM Group
(Lagardère Active)
History
Launched28 November 2003; 17 years ago (2003-11-28)
Closed1 October 2014; 6 years ago (2014-10-01)
Former namesMCM 2 (2001-2003)
Links
WebsiteOfficial Website

MCM Pop was a French language music video TV channel owned by MCM Group, a division of Lagardère Active. MCM Pop was closed down on 1 October 2014 at 23:59, in France, to make way for RFM TV, on 2 October at 6pm.[1]

History

  • On 3 April 2001, MCM 2 was created by Lagardère Active. The string then diffuses clips 1980s and 90 and target the generation that experienced the beginnings of his colleague MCM.
  • To enrich the offer music channels, Lagardère Active launches November 28, 2003 MCM Music + channels. It is then composed of three chains: MCM, MCM Top (newly created), and MCM Pop, replacing MCM 2.Then, latter MCM Pop broadcasts clips from the 1980s to today and enriches its program schedule.
  • Since 29 March 2011, the channel broadcasts in 16:9 format
  • On 1 October 2014, MCM Pop was replaced by RFM TV.[2]

Slogans

From 2010 to October 2014:« Le meilleur des années 80 à nos jours » ("The best of the 80s to today")

Мanagement

  • Secretary General, Programs and Antennas: Laurent Micouleau
  • Program Director: Nicolas Gicquel
  • Presenter and journalist: François Olivier Nolorgues

Programming blocks

  • Hit RFM
  • Pop List
  • Pop Tonic
  • Pop Legend
  • Pop 80
  • Pop 90
  • Pop 2000
  • Pop Kitsch
  • Dance 90
  • Top 50 Culte
  • Pop Culte
  • Pop Rock
  • Pop Dance
  • Pop Tendance
  • Pop Disco
  • Pop & Co
  • Émissions diffusées sur MCM

References

  1. ^ "La radio RFM arrive sur la télévision le 2 octobre". Le Figaro.
  2. ^ "Dès le 2 octobre, MCM Pop devient RFM TV". Toutelatele.

External links

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