June (TV Channel)

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June TV logo.svg
Launched 1 September 2004
Country France
Language French
Broadcast area France, Switzerland and Monaco
Headquarters Paris, France

June, stylized as June and formerly called Filles TV until October 2009, is a TV channel which launched on 1 September 2004. This channel is mainly distributed in France and it is available on Canalsat, cable and ADSL.


When June was launched as Filles TV, the channel broadcast girl programmes and emissions[clarification needed] for girls aged 10 to 18 such as South of Nowhere, Frequency 4, So?, Degrassi: The Next Generation, My Lifestar, Is there a brain in this model? or The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency. All the programmes which used to air in June was dubbed in French. But Sabrina, the Teenage witch was given in French subtitles. In 2006, June decided to change its logo and hence, the second logo was Filles with the 'T' mark on TV Then in 2007, June changed its logo again by keeping the T and keeping Filles vertically with a big TV. However, this logo was looking very funny. Hence, they changed the logo again. Until 13 October 2009, Filles TV became June[1] Hence, June started broadcasting newer shows like Skins etc. and some animated series like Sabrina and Nana


  • Filles TV (2004 – October 2009): "Enterrez votre vie de jeune fille"
  • June (since October 2009): "La télé qui donne envie d'être une fille"


2006–2007 Season[edit]

  • Emily
  • Kawai

The show features a "tribe" pretty facilitators, each with a specific personality. Brown, blonde, Mediterranean or angelic, each giving his opinion and style in writing his columns. They offer a blog, via the website of the chain. Facilitators: Leah, Emmy, Baya, Alison, Laureline, Djenne and Audrey

2009–2010 Season[edit]

June offersseven dayswith them, a weekly magazine run by Claire Elizabeth Beaufort accompanied by five journalists aged 20–30 years including Zazon. In a setting of apartment, they review the news of the week. Each columnist for his chosen field: fashion, environment, welfare, cheap ...

June offers the weekly June's peopleGossip,a period of six minutes. Juliette Longuet, French designer based in New York, says the collaboration already established with Girls TV for the appointmentNew York City. The show delivers tips and useful addresses for the metropolis American and also address the capital of Paris, withParis, Paris.

Regarding fiction, June diffuse season 2 of the seriesSamantha Who?,Season 1 The L WordSeason 2 ofSkinsand first five seasons ofDawson.

The chain is also involved in the emission of reality TV to deal with fashion and art. Anne Slowey, editor of a famous American women's magazine offersStylista, the subject of the recruitment of a (an) assistant (e). The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agencyreveals the castings made by the former wife of Sylvester Stallone and boss of a modeling agency, Janice Dickinson. Going against the foot of a beauty contest which it takes the form, the showIn search of inner beautyis in competition of candidates who unbeknownst to them, their human qualities.


Title Origin
4 Frequency Argentina
Being Eve New Zealand
Blue Water High Australia
Blue Water High: New Promo Australia
Clueless US
Dawson's Creek US
Degrassi: The Next Generation Canada
Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 US
FreeTime UK
Friday Wear France
Greek United States
Hart of Dixie United States
Helen and the Boys France
Hellcats US
Life as it is US
Love's Holiday France
My life as a star Canada
Nana Japan
Our Secret Lives Australia
Pajama Party Australia
Physics or Chemistry Spain
Plus belle la vie France
Presserebelle.com Canada
Pretty Little Liars US
Radio Free Roscoe Canada
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch US
Samantha who ? US
Sarah US
S Club 7 UK
Secrets Girls! UK
Short Cuts Australia
Skins UK
So? UK
South of Nowhere US
Student Bodies Canada
Studio South France
Taina US
The Best Years United States
The L Word United States
The Nightmare Room US
Trinity UK
Under the sun France


The slogans are given above.

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