i-Télé

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The correct title of this article is i>Télé. The substitution or omission of any brackets is because of technical restrictions.
i>Télé
Logo I-Télé 2013.png
Launched 4 November 1999; 17 years ago (1999-11-04)
Owned by Canal+ Group
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Audience share 0.6% (January 2017, Médiamétrie)
Slogan L'information ne s'arrête jamais.
(The news never stops.)
Country France
Formerly called I>Télévision
Website www.itele.fr
Availability
Terrestrial
TNT Channel 16
Satellite
Canalsat Channel 102
Fransat Channel 16
Cable
Numericable Channel 52
MC Cable Channel 80
Bouygues Channel 16
IPTV
Canalsat Channel 102 (SD/HD)
Channel 559 (HD)
Streaming media
Official website http://itele.fr/direct
Old logo of i>Télé

i>Télé ((pronounced: [i.te.le]; formerly i>Télévision) is a French digital channel launched on 4 November 1999.

i>Télé is a French-speaking free-to-air news channel. It provides 24-hour national and global news coverage. It is the second most watched news network in France, after BFM TV and before LCI and France Info. The channel is expected to be renamed Canal News (stylized as CNEWS) on 24 October 2016 but was postponed until 27 February 2017 following a 31-day Strike action.

Presenters[edit]

Weather[edit]

  • Thierry Fréret
  • Eléonore Boccara
  • Marlène Duret
  • Loïc Rousval
  • Chloé Nabédian

Sports[edit]

  • Jean-Luc Arribart
  • Pierre Ménès
  • Gilles Verdez
  • Djibril Cissé
  • Alain Roche

Economy & Market[edit]

  • Yani Khezzar
  • Jérôme Libeskind
  • Claire Fournier

Culture[edit]

  • Olivier Benkemoun
  • Xavier Leherpeur
  • Marie Colmant

Editors[edit]

  • Jean-Sébastien Ferjou
  • Joseph Macé-Scaron
  • Carine Bécard
  • Yves Thréard
  • Bruno Roger-Petit

Former presenters[edit]

Editor[edit]

  • Yann Moix (2014-2015)

Staff[edit]

Present news anchors and analysts[edit]

Past anchors[edit]

Slogans[edit]

  • 1999-2001: "i> l'info se rapproche" (i> news is getting closer)
  • 2001-2002: "Là où ça se passe, 24 h sur 24" (Wherever it goes, around the clock)
  • 2002-2007: "L'info en +" (News in +)
  • 2007-2008: "Toutes les infos, tout le temps" (All news, all the time)
  • 2008-2009: "Au cœur de l'actualité" (At the heart of the news)
  • 2009-2010: "L'information avec un grand I" (News with a large I)
  • 12/2010-2011: "Soyez les premiers à voir les images" (Be the first to see the images)
  • 2011-2013: "Au plus près de l'actualité 24h/24" (Closer to the news 24/7)
  • 2013-2014: "Au cœur de l'évènement" (At the heart of the event)
  • 2014-Now: "L'information ne s'arrête jamais" (The news never stops)

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