France 24 (France Vingt-quatre on French and Arabic channels, France veinticuatro on Spanish) is a public international television news channel based in Paris. Its channels broadcast in French, English, Arabic, and Spanish and target foreign markets such as BBC World, DW, TRT World, RT, and VOA.
The service, located in the Paris suburb of Issy-les-Moulineaux, was launched on December 6, 2006. It is aimed at the global market and is usually broadcast by Pay TV providers around the world, but in addition, France 24 has started broadcasting on the Internet in 2010. via native iPhone and Android apps.
It is a provider of real-time global news that can be viewed on its website, YouTube, and various mobile devices and digital media players. The channel's stated mission is to "provide a global public service and a unified editorial position."
Since 2008, the channel has been 100% owned by the French government through its holding company France Médias Monde, which acquires minority stakes from former partners: Groupe TF1 and France Télévisions. The budget is around 100 million euros per year.
france 24 live, france 24 en direct, france 24 fr, france 24 en francais, france 24 live news, france 24 world news, france 24 arabic, france 24 youtube, france 24 afrique, france 24 anchors, france 24 app, france 24 news, france 24 arabic news, france 24 arabic live, france 24 azerbaijan, france 24 armenia,