|First issue||January 12, 1966|
Télé Poche (literally "Pocket TV") is a weekly television listings magazine published by Mondadori France. Created by Franco-Italian editor Cino Del Duca, Télé Poche was launched on 12 January 1966 by Cora-Révillon's Mondiales subsidiary.
The magazine takes its name from its original digest size format (13.8 x 20.9 cm, 5.4 x 8.2 inches), half the size of traditional magazines. It was purchased by the British group Emap in 1994, and increased its page size by 27%, to 17.5 x 26.5 cm (6.9 x 10.4 inches) in 2005. Its current owner, Italian publisher Arnoldo Mondadori Editore (a subsidiary of Fininvest), acquired Télé Poche in 2006.
- « Télé Poche : il a tout d’un grand », by Claire Poisson in Presse News 15 April 2004.(French)
- « Format agrandi pour Télé poche », in Stratégies, 8 September 2005.(French)
- « Hebdos vs Quinzos », by d’Anne-Lise Carlo in Stratégies 27 January 2005.(French)
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