BFM Business

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BFM Business
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Launched1992
Picture format16:9 (576i, SDTV)
Slogan"La France a tout pour réussir"
France has everything to succeed
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench
Websitewww.bfmbusiness.com
Availability
Terrestrial
TNT24 (Only Île-de-France)
Satellite
CanalChannel 108 (HD)
Cable
Numéricable95
IPTV
Alice81
Free80 & 213
Orange149
SFR164
Bouygues Telecom153

Business BFM, BFM until April 2009 (Business FM) and BFM Radio until November 2010, is France's first business news channel. It's also the most-listened to radio station in this country. From November 2010, BFM Business is a national economic television station offering regional variation in Ile-de-France.

Founded in 1992, it has been part of NextRadioTV group since 2002.

Organization[edit]

Management[edit]

The chief executive officer is Guillaume Dubois and the assistant CEO is Nicolas Lespaule.

Capital[edit]

BFM TV is held by the French group NextradioTV which also owns the radio stations BFM Radio and RMC.

Broadcasting[edit]

Since November 2010, the television station transmits in 16:9 format on TNT in the Paris region (channel 24) and by satellite in Western Europe and North Africa via Eutelsat 5 West A, available through Fransat, BiS TV and TV Orange-labeled or not.

By land line in France, the channel is available via ADSL, SD streams, Internet and IPTV, through most operators. It is also distributed by a number of cable networks.

The website offers live streaming and a variety of podcasts (also available on the iTunes Store). BFM is also available on most radios sold in the Internet commerce, streaming.

Presenters[edit]

Slogan[edit]

  • December 2002 - November 2010: "La radio de l'économie" (The radio of economy) [1]
  • November 2010 - September 2014: "Numéro un sur l'économie" (Number one for economy)[2]
  • Since September 2014: "La France a tout pour réussir" (France has everything to succeed)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-10-04. Retrieved 2011-08-14.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ http://www.jeanmarcmorandini.com/article-45155-nouveau-nom-bfm-radio-va-devenir-bfm-business.html

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