More on France 24’s website

August 16, 2006 at 9:23 am | Posted in France 24, website | 2 Comments

France 24, the French international news channel, is set to unveil its new website in three languages, when it comes online later this year. The three languages are French, English and Arabic.

The website will add to the content already available on the network and will also allow for public participation through message boards and blogs.

Using these boards, web users will be able to start debates and exchange ideas with the network. These comments could be used on some of France 24’s shows.

The website’s address is http://www.france24.com.

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  1. Are there already a logo, a slogan and a visual identity for the new France 24? Or will they be displayed in late November as well?

    Existe-t-il déjà un logo, un slogan et une identité visuelle pour la nouvelle France 24? Ou seront-ils aussi révélés fin novembre?

  2. F24 does not have any official visual identity right now. From what I am hearing, they are still working on this, but the visual will definitely be unveiled before the channel goes live in order to ensure promotion of the launch.


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