EUX.TV

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EUX.TV is an independent digital multilingual television station that covers European Union (EU) policy news from Brussels.

EUX.TV's main diffusion methods are via its website and via YouTube. It serves a daily online menu of news videos, interviews and reportage.

The channel is based in the International Press Centre in Brussels. EUX.TV was created in 2006 by business journalist Raymond Frenken, former EU Correspondent for CNBC and former Amsterdam bureau chief for Bloomberg News.

Since May 2010, EUX.TV has been a service provided by EurActiv EUX.TV Video SPRL, a Belgian joint company specializing in online video production for the European-policy community in Brussels. Event videos and policy videos are its main production services.

EurActiv is the independent online network dedicated to EU policy, counting 590,000 monthly unique visitors.

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