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Cyril Blet

Les chaînes d’information internationale en Europe : une réponse au défi de CNNI

Le Temps des médias n°11, hiver 2008/2009, p. 149-163.

Until the beginning of the 1990’s, the broadcasting media landscape of Europe had been dominated by a sole actor, CNNI. The inadequacy of its news angle to European expectations, along with technological advances and the introduction of new regulations, has contributed in recent years to the rise of new media outlets, such as BBC World, Euronews or France 24. The newcomers have however found obstacles keeping them from producing, and broadcasting widely, contents consistent with their editorial policies. DrapeauFrancais

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