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La Chaîne parlementaire

 

La Chaîne parlementaire

La Chaîne parlementaire
Launched 30 December 1999
Country France
Website www.lcp.fr
www.publicsenat.fr
Availability
Terrestrial
TNT Channel 13
Satellite
TV Vlaanderen Digitaal Channel 88
CanalSat Channel 53
Bis Televisions Channel 13
CanalDigitaal Channel 200
Cable
Numericable Channel 57
MC Cable Channel 82
IPTV
Freebox TV Channel 13
Neuf Channel 13
Alice Channel 13
Club internet Channel 13
DartyBox Channel 13
Orange tv Channel 13

La Chaîne parlementaire (French for The parliamentary Channel) is a French television network responsible for broadcasting activity from the National Assembly of France (LCP) and the Senate of France (Public Sénat). It is available through digital terrestrial television "TNT". It was created in 1999 on the request of the National Assembly of France to broadcast in a way comparable to BBC Parliament. It started by broadcasting twice a week, Tuesday and Wednesday, in the afternoons on France 3. On 8 February 2000, the channel started broadcasting activity from the Senate of France. The channel broadcasts 24h from the Assembly followed by 24h from the Senate in a pre-arranged order. On 31 March 2005, the channel obtained its own TNT frequency.

External links

  • Website of the National Assembly of France channel (LCP)
  • Website of the Senate of France channel (Public Sénat)
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