France 24’s official ads

December 5, 2006 at 3:53 pm | Posted in France 24 | 9 Comments


France 24 has unveiled its official ads, promoting the launch of the new network on December 6.

The ads refer to France 24’s new point of view on the news. The French network intends to show more than the “tip of the iceberg” going beyond the news.

Three ads are currently circulating, one looking at Darfur, another one touching on the nuclear questions surrounding the Iranian and North Korean states, and the last one showing the influence of Hezbollah in Lebanon.


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  1. So far I only get a static website here in SF California, any Idea when it will become live?


  2. oops!

    Sorry, I missed the previous post, which answer my question…

    Au revoir

  3. Looking forward to watching France 24. I’m always interested in hearing other slants on the news of the day and I am interested to hear the French viewpoint. Hope they will broadcast on the web as well as on the broadcast media.

  4. 16 min of France 24 Broadcasting (in French) :

  5. Again, some more material…

  6. There are some TV spots floating around on youtube.


    I have to say I’m VERY impressed with these.

    Quite creative and different, even if the kid getting wacked is kinda funny.

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