Keep up with French media abroad


Television news and other programmes from the major French channels are available abroad, proposing numerous applications for you to keep up with them from around the world, wherever you are.

France Télévisions and TV5’s offers abroad

France TV Pluzz

Accessible on the web and on the move. More than 800 programmes from the whole France Télévisions network are available abroad, including all television news and a great number of cultural, service, informative and entertainment shows. These programmes are available in the "depuis l’étranger" (from abroad) section of the website, and the mobile site

France TV Infos

A 24-hour, real-time news channel. It is available for all mediums: web, mobile, tablet and smart televisions. Its editorial offer includes a permanent "real time" feed, coverage of news and major events, streaming videos of the 6 television news broadcasts of France 2 and France 3 and the 9 main information shows produced by France Télévisions, available abroad.


Available online and on tablets.*This geographically adapted site allows you to catch up on programmes broadcasted by TV5MONDE and its partner channels. Many France Télévisions shows are thus available abroad, including Complément d’enquête, Des Racines et des Ailes, La Grande Librairie, and Silence ça pousse.

*Excluding the following areas: Angola, Australia, Botswana, Burundi, Comoros, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, French Polynesia, Ghana, Guam, Hong Kong, Ireland, Japan, Lesotho, Macao, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mayotte, Mozambique, Namibia, Nauru, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Rwanda, Saint Helena, South Korea, United Kingdom and United States.


Available online, on Facebook and on tablets. This "100% Africa" WebTV channel provides free on-demand programmes (except in the United Kingdom and Ireland) drawn from the TV5MONDE Afrique channel, including African series, films, humour, documentaries and music. Programmes are renewed constantly to allow natives and people interested in Africa around the world to stay in permanent contact with Africa.


The first "learn through play" offer for French-speaking children aged 3-12 years. This WebTV channel for young people is available for free online and accessible in non-French-speaking Europe, Africa, Latin America, Asia and the Arab world.

Les programmes RFI, France 24 et Monte Carlo Doualiya

RFI, les voix du monde

The website and mobile version of RFI ->] make it easy to listen to global radio live and to access its news and programmes on demand, in French and 12 other languages: Cambodian, Chinese, English, Farsi, Hausa, Spanish, Swahili, Portuguese (including Brazilian Portuguese), Romanian, Russian and Vietnamese. Its online content tops up the radio offer, covering news 24/7 through articles, videos, infographics, web documentaries and exclusive reports. RFI’s mobile and tablet applications provide access to these services and most of their content, as does the application available for certain smart televisions. A thematic selection of videos is offered through RFI’s official YouTube and Dailymotion channels and its official accounts on social networks including Facebook and Twitter.]

France 24: Liberté, Egalité, Actualité

France 24 is a trio of rolling news channels, in French, English and Arabic. They are accessible online and on mobile platforms (, through a mobile and tablet application, and also on certain smart televisions. Most programmes are available on demand through each digital medium and are enriched with content created by a dedicated Internet editorial team, new formats for writing, infographics and photographs. A thematic selection of videos is offered through France 24’s three official YouTube and Dailymotion channels and its official accounts on social networks including Facebook and Twitter.

Monte Carlo Doualiya

The website and mobile version of Monte Carlo Doualiya, one of the most innovative sites in Arabic, makes radio accessible around the world live and on demand, to play back all programmes. Web users can response to programmes, contribute on air, comment on current affairs, contact journalists, and access and share content through optimized social network integration (Facebook, Twitter, etc.). A continuous news stream is accessible online, keeping users informed of the latest news developments 24/7 on all the site’s pages. Most content is also available on mobile handsets and tablets.