KTO

KTO is a Catholic religious thematic television channel.

It was created in 1999 and since then broadcasts worship programs 7 days a week and 24 hours a day for the whole Catholic family, but not only.

The channel offers a varied program schedule, reports, documentaries, discussions, but also cooking programs such as “the kitchen of the monasteries”

This channel can be received in the all Middle East and North Africa region, through the Eutelsat-Nilesat 7/8 ° W satellite, and viewers can receive it for free.

Beur TV

Beur TV, called the ‘Mediterranean Channel’ is a French television station mostly addressed to France’s North African communities (Algerians, Moroccans and Tunisians).

It has a generalist programmation that promotes productions from the Maghreb and the whole Mediterranean area.
This TV channel targets all audiences and and more particularly young people.
Most of the programs are broadcasted in French language. A few are broadcasted in Arabic and in Berber.

Beur TV, the “Mediterranean channel” is a French television channel with generalist programmation which broadcasts productions from the Maghreb and the entire Mediterranean region.

Dedicated to all publics, the main target of the channel is the young Maghrebian community of France (Algerians, Moroccans and Tunisians).
Although most of the programs are broadcast in French, a few may be offered in dialectal Arabic or even in Berber.

Thanks to its partnerships made with various Maghreb media, Beur TV can closely cover the important events of the North African countries; so that you always know what is happening on the other side of the Mediterranean sea…

This channel can be received in the all Middle East and North Africa region, through the Eutelsat/Nilesat 7°W satellite, and viewers can receive it for free.

CGTN Français

CGTN Français or China Global Television Network, is a French-language news channel of China Central Television (CCTV), the country’s largest national broadcasting network. CGTN’s varied programs include international news bulletins, and various programs on Eastern cultures and traditions.
All content broadcast by the channel CGTN French are in French.
CGTN French channel naturally takes up a wide range of Chinese programs. It deals with national politics, economy and culture, education, sport, and all the social news in the Middle Empire. Moreover, several entertainment programs and tourist programs present history and art of China under its cuisine, martial arts and more.
The channel not only focus on China but offer diiferent series, films, documentaries, and debates about global currents topics.
Finally, through specific programs, the channel also provides an educational component for French speakers wishing to discover and learn the basics of Mandarin.

Channel can be received in the all Europe, Middle East and North Africa region, through the HOTBIRD/Eutelsat 13.0°E satellite, and viewers can receive it for free.

TV5MONDE Maghreb Orient

TV5MONDE Maghreb Orient is a French-speaking channel dedicated to the Maghreb, Middle East and Gulf countries.
The Mediterranean has always been for TV5MONDE Maghreb Orient a place for meetings, exchanges, discoveries and friendships.

Through its worldwide broadcast network, TV5MONDE Maghreb Orient channel and its website are committed to reflect the diversity and richness of Mediterranean cultures. This channel broadcasts in English, French and Arabic.

This channel can be received in the all Europe, Middle East and North Africa region, through the HOTBIRD/Eutelsat 13.0°E satellite, and viewers can receive it for free.

France 24 (Arab)

France 24 consists of four separate TV channels which broadcast in French, English, Arabic and Spanish 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. France 24 Arabic broadcasts News in Arabic language.
The journalists of the four channels work together, putting their experience to the benefit of the channels.
France 24 Arabic is managed by the holding company France Médias Monde (France Media World), where it is included among the three leading French public media groups which publish or broadcast on an international basis. This acclaimed Arabic language channel stands out and reaches a higher viewing rate than the English and the French channels.
The journalists travel every Sunday in an Arab cities to open a direct discussion with the locals. The program “Maghreb time”, transmitted every night finds also a great success. The programs of the France 24 channel (in Arabic) are available free of charge in the Middle East and North Africa via the Eutelsat / Nilesat 7°West satellite.

BFM TV

BFM TV stakes a claim to being France’s premier news channel, and with constantly rising viewing figures, it aims to remain in this position of strength. Launched in 2005, BFM TV is a rolling news channel which has grown from its early focus on finance and economic information to now cover the whole news agenda with accuracy and depth. The channel features news and analysis on politics, sport, economics, and cultural issues, with an emphasis on French subjects but also international topics and features. The output is presented and compiled by a team of professional journalists, using cutting edge technology to produce high quality programming that is constantly refreshed in both content and style. The channel’s programming is centred around three main news broadcasts in the morning, noon, and evening, which are interspersed with talk shows and topical magazine programs on subjects of wide current public interest. The programming benefits from appearances by expert guests and regular correspondents who are acknowledged opinion formers and thought leaders in their respective fields. BFM TV places a high priority on real-time, up to the minute news, with an average of twenty hours live programming per day, so whether you want to know what’s happening in France or across the globe, BFM TV will keep you fully informed and entertained.

Fashion TV

Fashion TV SD Europe is the essential channel for all lovers of the fashion world and modelling. Founded in France in 1997 by Polish-born media entrepreneur Michel Adam-Lisowski, the channel has enjoyed significant success across the world and is one of the fashion industry’s major televisual reference points. The channel is now broadcast to more than 200 countries on five continents.

Fashion TV SD Europe broadcasts round the clock programming that is dedicated to the world of fashion. The channel is distinguishable due to its unique tone and specially targeted themed programming. Glamorous image follows glamorous image, top designers are profiled and all the world’s top fashion events are covered on Fashion TV SD Europe. The latest in fashion trends are also presented, wrapped up and displayed by gorgeous models with a pervasive background music that leaves little room for endless discussion.

Other programmes on Fashion TV SD Europe revolve around hair, make-up and up and coming designers, as well as some of the biggest established names in the fashion world. The channel intends to look at fashion from all angles, as well as covering the latest venues, designs and the host of it-girls who parade these aesthetic distractions around town and the photographers who follow them.

Fashion TV SD Europe is the only TV channel that provides in-depth coverage of the world’s various Fashion Weeks. The channels explores every corner of the fashion world, and no event of significance is left out of the coverage. This is the perfect channel for those wanting to keep in the loop of fashion.

France24 (Fr)

France 24 is a news channel that broadcasts from France, and is in the French language. It was launched in December 2006 with support from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Today it is distributed to more than 170 countries across five continents. Based in Paris, and boasting over 400 journalists that represent 35 nationalities, this free Hot Bird channel produces and broadcasts its own current news 24 hours a day, every day of the week. There are also hundreds of news correspondents that enable France 24 to report on the latest news from around the world. The programme content is primarily about international affairs. This TV channel also features French weather forecasts. News correspondents and special envoys are located at or near to events being covered in order to provide exclusive up to the minute first hand reports. France 24 provides a public service to the world through its non-stop TV news programmes, which help viewers to learn about what’s going on in the world, changes, and unique events. With 19 satellites carrying France 24’s signal, over 70 million households receive the channel. This Hot Bird satellite TV channel presents continuous news from countries in Europe and Arabia from a French humanist perspective. Thought-provoking international and local news is presented through press releases, debates, and regional rooms. In addition, France 24 produce weekly and monthly broadcasts that cover environmental, cultural, sports, and business news.

France24 (En)

France 24 English is a French television channel that specialises in the latest breaking news 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. France 24 English is managed by the holding company France Médias Monde (France Media World), where it is included among the three leading French public media groups which publish or broadcast on an international basis. This acclaimed English language channel is available in approximately 177 countries around the world, with the capability of reaching a potential audience of over 250 million viewers. Accessible by cable, satellite, ADSL and also on touchscreen tablets, France 24 English is primarily focused on bringing its subscribers the latest news live and continuously. The channel was created in 2005 for the specific purpose of delivering live news and information in real time and is part of a larger information network in the French, Arabic and English speaking world. The Paris-based station has some 35 nationalities represented on its staff, as well as nearly 400 journalists, allowing France 24 English to offer the best possible perspective on international news. Anglophones thus have a channel presented entirely in the English language that covers the entire news spectrum on a rolling basis. Accessible 24/7, this channel offers both editorial viewpoints and general and specialised television news. Culture, business, economics and current affairs are also essential elements of France 24 English, which organises daily debates on worldwide current events.

France 24 English can be received in all Europe, Middle East and North Africa region, through the Eutelsat / Nilesat 7°W and HOTBIRD 13.0°E satellites, and viewers can receive it for free.

Euronews

EuroNews is a pan-European, non-stop news channel based in Lyon, France. The channel sees itself as having been the first multilingual news channel in the world. Founded in January 1993, EuroNews had two initial main objectives: to broadcast current news from Europe and the rest of the world, and to form an alternative to its American rival CNN, which was the dominant channel at the time. Within only a few years, EuroNews had largely achieved these objectives and was proud to offer viewers ‘pure news’ just as its slogan advertised. Signatory in 2015 to a European Union convention, the pan-European news channel continued to position itself as a major force promoting integration between people in Europe and people in the rest of the world.
EuroNews promotes a different way of relaying news topics from other channels. It feeds news through without allowing any form of sensationalism to show, thus allowing viewers the chance to form their own opinions about current affairs. The channel shows its dedication to this philosophy through its famous programme ‘No comment’, which broadcasts up to date news reports without the use of commentary. Every 30 minutes the channel offers snippets of the latest news around Europe and the world. Debriefings are offered by its journalists, with participating in-the-know consultants and analysts. Magazine-style programmes are also broadcast by EuroNews. These cover a variety of topics including the economy, finance, sport, new technology, culture and arts.

Dubai TV Europe

The Dubai TV Europe channel is part of the wider incorporated network offered by the Dubai Media Incorporated group. It covers a variety of topics and is very popular with people in Arab countries, though it was designed for Arab viewers living and working across Europe. The majority of the programmes on Dubai TV Europe are produced in Dubai and the channel aims to offer shows looking at the world of work, the family, and local heritage throughout the Arab world. The channel broadcasts stories, cartoons, news broadcasts, variety shows, drama series and game shows. Dubai TV Europe also broadcasts some live events, mostly political and sporting ones. The programmes are made with a great emphasis on combining cultural and artistic merits, and the channel aims to give a voice to the people of the United Arab Emirates in order to express their culture, lifestyle and heritage to viewers across Europe by following the everyday lives of several families who live in and around Dubai. As well as this, there are many programmes which examine and provide information on the economic policies of Dubai and the wider United Arab Emirates, as well as promote the country’s political and financial successes. Sometimes, Dubai TV Europe also broadcasts certain foreign programmes, either subtitled or dubbed in Arabic. The channel has been broadcasting in the United Arab Emirates since 1979. Dubai TV Europe first made it to Europe in 1995 and it extended its reach into Asia and Australia in 2004.

Arte

Created in April 1991 through Franco-German cooperation, ARTE’s trademark is prominently displayed in the French and German media landscape. Originally mainly oriented towards the exploration of culture, the range of programmes has expanded over the years to produce content from journalism and cinema through to thoughtful and insightful documentaries.
The dual French-German culture channel explores a variety of themes on European issues through the many programmes produced. Most of the contents are bilingual or refer with equal relevance to both countries. As an example one of the star programmes of the chain, “Karambolage”, is dedicated to investigating the linguistic and cultural differences between France and Germany, with a mischievous angle and a family friendly humorous tone to the series.
Among the regular programmes on ARTE in French there are a series of documentaries which deal with a wide range of topics, including ecological issues; technology programmes for both children and adults; and themed evenings featuring documentaries and top interviews and addressing current political, economic and social topics . Every day, the channel broadcasts two magazine programmes at midday and evening to adults, as well as a magazine type show for younger viewers which is broadcast in the early morning.
ARTE aspires to be the channel of knowledge in the broadest sense and focuses on high value cultural and educational programmes. The various programmes produced by the channel are part of this perspective and seek to provoke thought among viewers whether through documentaries, feature films or series.