BFM Business

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BFM Business
BFM-Business 2010.png
CountryFrance
Slogan"La France a tout pour réussir"
France has everything to succeed
Programming
Language(s)French
Picture format16:9 (576i, SDTV)
History
Launched1992
Links
Websitewww.bfmbusiness.com
Availability
Terrestrial
TNT24 (Only Île-de-France)
Cable
Numéricable95
Satellite
CanalChannel 108 (HD)
IPTV
Alice81
Free80 & 213
Orange149
SFR31
Bouygues Telecom153

BFM Business (called BFM for Business FM until April 2009 and BFM Radio until November 2010) is France's first business news channel. It's also the most-listened to business news radio station in this country. From November 2010, BFM Business is a national economic television station offering regional variation in Ile-de-France. That regional variation was shut down in November 2016 and replaced by a local news channel, BFM Paris.

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 Business is held by the French group NextradioTV which also owns the national news channel BFM TV and RMC radio station.

Broadcasting[edit]

From November 2010 to November 2016, the television station was broadcast in 16:9 format on TNT in the Paris region (channel 24). It is still available 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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