France 24 is a French news and news channel intended for viewers outside France. It broadcasts, in French and Arabic.
The channel broadcasts news about France and the world wide 24 hours a day 7 days a week. The channel only broadcasts in French
France 24 is broadcast on four channels: in Arabic, in English, in French and in Spanish.
France 24's programming is divided more or less equally between news coverage and news magazines or special reports.
Along with 260 journalists of its own, France 24 can call on the resources of the two main French broadcasters (Groupe TF1 and France Télévisions) as well as partners such as AFP and RFI. The CEO of France 24 is Alain de Pouzilhac. From 19 May 2010 and the Director of France 24 since 2012 is Marc Saikali, France 24 unveiled a new schedule that prioritizes the morning and evening slots, anchored live by the network's editorial staff. More programming space than ever before goes to business, sport, culture, and studio discussion.
As from 2016, France 24 shares its French-language nighttime programming with the France-based France Info. According to Marie-Christine Saragosse, president and CEO of France Médias Monde, "part of the value added of this public channel" would be the fact that "[France 24 journalists] will be wide awake while others would be sleeping".
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