Public Francophone Radios

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The Public Francophone Radios (French: Radios francophones publiques) is a group of French-speaking radio broadcasters comprising Radio France, Radio Canada, the Radio Télévision Suisse and RTBF.[1]

It produces programmes such as L'actualité francophone[2] (weekly news), La librairie francophone[3] (books) and others.[4]


The Communauté des radios publiques de langue française (CRPLF) was created in 1955 and became the Radios francophones publiques in 2002.[4]

In 2016, the Radios francophones publiques fused with the Communauté des télévisions francophones to form the Médias fancophones publics.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Membres, (page visited on 13 April 2013).
  2. ^ L'actualité francophone, (page visited on 13 April 2013).
  3. ^ La librairie francophone, (page visited on 13 April 2013).
  4. ^ a b Mission, (page visited on 13 April 2013).

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