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Launched 4 November 1999
Owned by Canal+ Group
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Audience share 0.8% (2013, Médiamétrie)
Country France
Formerly called I>Télévision
TNT Channel 16
Canalsat Channel 102
Fransat Channel 16
Numericable Channel 52
MC Cable Channel 80
DartyBox Channel 16
Canalsat Channel 102 (SD/HD)
Channel 559 (HD)
Old logo of i>Télé

i>Télé ((pronounced: ; 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 (premium channel).

Current shows

  • LE 6–9 6 a.m.-9 a.m.: hosted by Amandine Bégot et Jérôme Bermyn: arts, politics, business.
  • L'Édition permanente 9 a.m.–6 p.m.: with Claire-Élisabeth Beaufort and Mikaël Guedj/Nelly Daynac and Denis Girolami.
  • L'Édition du Soir 6 p.m.–10 p.m.: Four hours of news coverage hosted by Léa Salamé and Marc Fauvelle (sports news 7:45 p.m.–8:20 p.m.).
  • La Grande édition 10 p.m.–midnight: hosted by Olivier Galzi and Maya Lauqué, rounding up all the top stories of the day.
  • L'Édition de la Nuit midnight–6 a.m.: Maya Lauqué presents a live half-hour at midnight, which is repeated at xx00 and xx30 until 5:30 a.m..
  • Info matin Weekends (7 a.m.–11 a.m.: weekend breakfast show with Isabelle Moreau and Florent Peiffer.
  • L'Édition permanente (Weekend) Weekends (11 a.m.–8 p.m.: news (with feature programmes interspersed) with rotating anchors.
  • Info soir Weekends (8 p.m.–11:30 p.m.: weekend evening show with Sonia Chironi and Antoine Genton.
  • Boucle de nuit Friday night to Monday morning (11:30 p.m.–5:30/7 a.m.): Antoine Genton presents a short news bulletin, which is added to a loop of highlights from the weekend shows, sports, and news and then replayed throughout the night.


Present news anchors and analysts

Past anchors

External links

  • (French) Official website
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