Meta Announces It Will ‘Deprecate’ Facebook News Tab In UK, France And Germany

LiveU Expands Its Presence In France

LiveU, an IP-video company, has strengthened its presence in France with an expanded team around the country, including sales, marketing, customer support and R&D. The company has seen growing demand […]

World Cup Ratings: France, Argentina Semi-Final Wins Draw Record Viewership

On Tuesday, Argentina shut out Croatia in a 3-0 match that drew 6.46M total viewers across the Fox broadcast and digital platforms. A day later, France’s 2-0 win against Morocco on Wednesday, which aired at 2 p.m. ET, delivered 6.59M total viewers across linear and digital, peaking with 8.6M viewers.

RTL Group To Keep Control Of French Network M6

Talking TV: TV5Monde Courts U.S. Audiences With Francophone Programming

TVNewsCheck’s Michael Depp talks with Patrice Courtaban, EVP of global growth and development for TV5Monde and CEO of TV5Monde U.S. about the multinational broadcaster’s growth plans in the francophone and Francophile U.S. market and beyond, and how streaming is helping broaden its reach. A full transcript of the conversation is included.

French Broadcaster M6 Put Up For Sale By Bertelsmann

Merger Of French Broadcasters TF1 And M6 Abandoned

Google Fined $592M In Dispute With French Publishers

France’s competition regulation agency threatened fines of another 900,000 euros (around $1 million) per day if Google doesn’t come up with proposals within two months on how it will compensate publishers and news agencies for their content.

France’s TF1 And M6 In Merger Talks To Create $4B Media Giant

ViacomCBS To Launch Pluto TV In France, Vowing To ‘Transform’ Market

France Is Trying To Outlaw Fake News

Turner, Canal Plus To Launch Warner TV In France

MGM Sells ‘Funderdome’ Format In France

France Lifts Block On D-Day Video Reports

France on Wednesday dropped restrictions on live video coverage of ceremonies this week marking the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasion of Normandy, ensuring that millions of viewers across the world will be able to watch the event as it unfolds. The French president’s office and two French broadcasters had earlier refused to let news agencies and online news providers distribute the live broadcast free of charge, prompting protests from international news organizations.