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|Launched||2 April 1996|
|Picture format||16:9 (576i, SDTV)|
|Slogan||"Toute l'Histoire sans rien oublier"|
132, avenue du Président Wilson
|Formerly called||La Chaîne Histoire (1996-2000)|
History of the channel
La Chaîne Histoire was created in April 1996, as part of the launch of the AB Sat satellite package, as the French version of the British channel The History Channel which used its logo on all programmes.
After the creation of the channel Histoire on France Télévision and La Sept-ARTE in 1997, AB Groupe renamed the channel Toute l'Histoire in 2000 to avoid confusion with these channels, and also breaking the similarity with the British model.
The channel specialises in the history of France and the world, its programmes consisting primarily of historical documentaries, but also films and stories to explore all aspects of history. *L'histoire à la une : series of unedited interviews led by Michèle Cotta which aim to examine the news from a historical angle. In each episode, Michèle Cotta meets a person who he speaks to about a topical theme.
Toute l'Histoire was originally only broadcast on AB Sat, but is now available on a contract as part of French, Monacan, Belgian and Swiss cable, on the Nouveau Canalsat satellite package, and, only on AB Groupe as part of the main ADSL package.