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Somebody seems to have uploaded the wrong cut of last night's 19/20 Alsace and it shows the presenter, Caroline Moreau seeming to get angry that she has been asked to do a practice run of a segment a few mins before the programme. At 01:52 she seems to swear and slam her clipboard à la Chris Jansing. Oops.

https://france3-regions.francetvinfo.fr/grand-est/emissions/jt-1920-alsace
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LL
London Lite Founding member London London
I really don't know why Canal had to muck about with iTélé, it was an easy to digest rolling news format with graphics to match.

CNEWS, which is basically the same set as the previous channel has graphics that are on a par with Euronews for being too large.
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LL
London Lite Founding member London London
The Apollo Theatre in Paris and Molotov.tv (France's version of TV Player) are currently streaming a PPV stand-up comedy event with Jean-Marie Bigard, who is huge in France. Think Michael Macintrye in terms of success, but a lot cruder with his material!

They're using a 4 camera set-up, with a limited studio audience and fans on Zoom.

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LL
London Lite Founding member London London
France 3's national bulletins are back in their normal studio. However the presenter is now sitting down at the desk throughout rather than standing up.
TR
TheTravelcard
BFM TV and sister NextRadioTV channels (RMC etc) are currently on strike, with amended programming in place. Not much live news on the channel today, but cumulatively BFM TV on strike is still doing almost the same amount of live news transmission as Franceinfo on its provisional schedule!

https://www.ozap.com/actu/greve-a-nextradiotv-pas-de-matinale-pour-jean-jacques-bourdin-sur-rmc-les-antennes-perturbees/594415
TR
TheTravelcard
Somewhat alarming news for Franceinfo - even with no live programming during the BFMTV strike yesterday, purely the ticker alone providing election updates, BFMTV still had roughly double the audience of Franceinfo (despite Franceinfo being live 6-10am, 12-1pm, 7pm-midnight and for the first 15 mins each hour in between).

France Télévisions provided elections coverage on France 2, France 3 and Les 1ères so perhaps Franceinfo was "overkill" to an extent?

https://www.ozap.com/actu/audiences-cnews-et-lci-boostees-par-les-municipales-bfmtv-penalisee-par-la-greve/594592

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