«Everything about what you’re not supposed to know»

September 18, 2006 at 8:59 am | Posted in France 24, General Information | 4 Comments

France 24 unveiled its mantra during its press conference last week.

With “Everything about what you’re not supposed to know,” France 24 is trying to promote an independent view of news. The network will compete with CNN, BBC or Al-Jazeera, among other international news channel.

It remains unclear how this slogan will be translated in French. The English version was unveiled during a French-speaking press conference last week.

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  1. It doesn’t exactly roll of the tongue does it?!

  2. Agreed :-)

  3. It sounds like a mangled Google translation and is a rather lofty claim to stand by, over the years few news organisations have been willing to tell it as it is.

    Maybe we should have a go at out own version, I’ll start with:

    “Your news, your time, your place”

    “Shining a light into the darkness”

    “To the heart of the real story”

    “Telling it as it is”

  4. To answer the about what to call the Pope afterhe resigns, he will still be called Pope Benedict XVI, he just will not be the reigning Pope. He will remain a Pope for eternity. For the first time we will have two Popes alive, only one will be the Head of the church,church


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