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France 24 English

FRANCE 24 is a 24/7 international news channel that from its newsroom in Paris, gives a French perspective to global affairs, through debates, diversity of opinion and confrontation of points of view. FRANCE 24 has a ten-minute news bulletin every half h

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How to Watch: France 24 English


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France 24 English  513205

Regional content: National channel with no regional content or variations.

media.info: For full details of broadcaster contacts, see the media.info link icon media.info France 24 English page.

Official site: See the www.france24.com link icon France 24 English website.

From Wikipedia: During 2010 the France 24 channel started broadcasting through its own iPhone app. Based in Issy-les-Moulineaux2 in the suburbs of Paris, the channel broadcasts world news. Its budget is approximately 100million per year.3 edit Programming France 24 is broadcast on three channels in French, in English, and in Arabic.4 France 24's programming is divided more or less equally between news coverage and news magazines or special reports. - en.wikipedia.org en.wikipedia.org link icon read more about France 24 English on wikipedia (summary by Clipped).

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Tuesday, 5 June 2012
D
Distribution
2:49 PM

On Freeview HD is is the French version of France24 which is avaliable,

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Distribution's 1 post GB
Monday, 9 July 2012
M
michel
10:28 PM

Distribution: Mais non, mon ami. France24
est disponible uniquement par satellite.

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michel's 808 posts Gold Gold GB
Wednesday, 25 July 2012
Briantist
1:31 PM

Distribution: Freeview HD boxes can use the ONLINE version of France 24 by selecting channel 110.

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Briantist's 38,757 posts Owner Owner GB
Wednesday, 9 October 2013
M
Mark
12:48 AM

Hello Brian.... You have a good informative site.
I found you using a google search:
"al jazeera freesat off air"

You were no.5 on google - nice!

Using Freesat,
My location is Narbonne, Southern France.
Well outside 1N UK and 2F UK footprints.

I have, what I hope, are some interesting questions for you:

2F UK:
As I understood it, 2F is a spot beam, yet I get good signals for BBC 1, ITV & +1 and ITV HD on 0965

1N UK:
Has the same footprint as 2F, so I presume it is also a spot beam, yet I can receive all those channels.

Q1. Have these channels actually moved to 2F and 1N, or is your published data for the near future?

28A Super:
This has a HUGE footprint, and yet France 24 has a very poor signal, and is the first to go, if we have a bit of rain.
Ie. It is theoretically on the strongest signal, yet it is very weak.

Q2. What can I learn from this..... Am I mis-aligned a bit?
If so, I'm happy with that, if I'm getting all the main channels on 1N and 2F.

So I'm looking at your data, but am unable to relate it to the signals that I'm actually receiving.

Q3. Could you spare the time and run through the data, to confirm that the channels are allocated correctly to the individual satellites?

Q4. Can one align the satellite to specifically 1N UK (say) or ideally 1N & 2F (to get the main channels)?

As I'm sure you will understand.... I, like many others, are very concerned about 'spot' transmission, and the loss of the main channels.

Apparently, the big changes are due any time now.
This makes the data all the more important, because a lot of people are gonna be trying to understand which channels they've lost for good (like channel 5 etc.) and which channels they can get, perhaps with a bit of fine satellite adjustment.

Thanks again for putting the time in, to create such a good informative site.

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Mark's 1 post FR

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