France 24’s accreditationAugust 28, 2006 at 6:00 pm | Posted in France 24, General Information | Leave a comment
France 24 has signed its conventions with the CSA, the French equivalent of the FCC, making the new international news network official.
In order to broadcast in and from France, the network needs accreditation from the CSA. Dominique Baudis, the CSA’s president, Patrick de Carolis, president of France Televisions and member of France 24’s board and Alain de Pouzilhal chairman of the board of director for France 24 signed the conventions on July 28th.
The network signed three conventions: one for the French channel, the second for the English version of France 24 and the third one for Arabic.