The French media authority CSA is holding public hearings om the request to turn LCI, Paris Première and Planète+ into free-to-air channels.
CSA selects 12 new HD channels for DTT
The French media authority Conseil supérieur de l’audiovisuel (CSA) has selected 12 new channels that will broadcast in HD over the country’s DTT network, called TNT.
French regulator holds HD hearings
French media regulator CSA is holding a series of hearings to decide which channels will receive a licence to broadcast in HD on the country’s DTT network.
CSA launches new call for DTT HD licences
French broadcast regulator Conseil supérieur de l’audiovisuel (CSA) has launched a new call for applications for nationwide terrestrial HD channels.
Planete asks CSA to reconsider application
The Canal+ group has asked the French media regulator CSA to reconsider its decision on the broadcaster’s request to move Planete+ to free-to-air on DTT.
French Council of State annulls LCI and Paris Premiere ruling by CSA
The French Council of State annulled media authority CSA’s refusal to allow LCI and Paris Première to go free-to-air, on procedural grounds.
Top Orange exec leaves for France Télévisions
The French regulator CSA has appointed Delphine Ernotte Cunci the CEO of France Télévisions for a period of five years, effective August 22.
CSA gives view on Netflix, public TV
The French regulator CSA could have less control over TV services from next year, according to its president Olivier Schramek.
French HD DTT rollout continues
The latest phase of the rollout of six HD DTT channels will take place in France tomorrow (September 23).
France: DTT goes down, while IPTV remains stable
Digital terrestrial reception is still dominant in France, but the number of people using DTT is slowly going down, according to media authority CSA.