France 24 contributes – alongside France Télévisions, Radio France and
the Institut National de l'Audiovisuel (INA) – to franceinfo, the public sector
broadcasting service for France. It covers 8 hours of its 24-hour broadcast,
available online and on channel 27 of France’s digital terrestrial television
service. Every day, the channel offers its international expertise through
stories and live broadcasts and makes franceinfo the only live channel at night
airing content from midnight to 6.30 am. In addition, Caroline de Camaret co-
hosts the European program ‘Drôle d’Europe’ and Raphaël Kahane hosts ‘Le
monde dans tous ses états’, broadcast every Saturday on both channels.
France 24 contributes to “Fact or Fake”, the public service that checks facts
and debunks fake news. It brings together content produced by France
Médias Monde, Radio France, France Télévisions, INA, Arte and TV5Monde
on franceinfo’s website. This show offers subject matter from the “France 24
Observers” and “Fact or Fake’s” reports, broadcast after the “Talking Europe”
debate which debunks rumours or misinformation related to the European
Union. RFI also publishes content on this subject.
France 24 is involved in Lumni, the public sector broadcasting service
that aims to offer students and teachers shared access to the educational
resources produced by France Télévisions, INA, Radio France, France
Médias Monde, Arte and TV5Monde. In addition to several reports and
programs, France 24 provides content to help students build their prof iciency
in foreign languages.
France Médias Monde partners with #CulturePrime, the all-video, all-digital
and all-cultural French public broadcasting service available on social media.
France 24 and RFI offer two weekly programs, broadcast in the channel’s
digital environment and shared with all the partners (France Télévisions,
Radio France, Arte, the INA and TV5Monde). With video formats that f it in
with new patterns of digital consumption, culture is becoming even more
readily available, especially for young people.
France 24 in Spanish and Arte share digital content. Documentaries and
reports with Spanish subtitles are available on France 24’s website in Spanish,
while reports from France 24 are available on Arte’s website in Spanish.
France 24 works closely with France Télévisions: through a reciprocal
agreement granting access to most of the other’s content, its special
correspondents and journalists share insights on France Télévisions’
programs, while France Télévision's national and European news content is
broadcast on France 24.
And in Europe…
France Médias Monde and Deutsche Welle, the
German public sector international broadcasting group, have seen eye-
to-eye on the European public service’s missions and values since 2016,
and have decided to join forces on several projects:
■ ENTR: a digital available in six languages for European youth.
■ InfoMigrants: an online service providing trustworthy information for
■ Teaming up to cover current events including the 30th anniversary
of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the European elections in May 2019,
Germany’s federal elections, and the health crisis surrounding the
Covid-19 pandemic, during which France 24 and Deutsche Welle
organised shared debates.
■ “+90”, a YouTube channel in Turkish set up by Deutsche Welle, VOA,
BBC and France Médias Monde, for which France 24 provides stories
adapted in Turkish by Deutsche Welle.
A KEY PLAYER IN FRENCH AND EUROPEAN PUBLIC
France 24 has developed its collaboration with other public sector broadcasting organisations in
France since 2012…