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TF1
TF1
Group (French: Groupe TF1) is a French media holding company, the owner of channel TF1, the largest European private TV channel. The group was formed after TF1
TF1
was privatized in 1987. It is controlled with a 43% stake by Bouygues, and is quoted on Euronext Paris.

Contents

1 Operations

1.1 Television 1.2 Other assets

2 References 3 External links

Operations[edit] Television[edit] TF1
TF1
Group owns or has a direct stake in the following television channels:[citation needed]

TF1, the most popular channel in France LCI - La Chaîne Info
La Chaîne Info
(launched in 1994) TV Breizh
TV Breizh
- 80% stake Stylia (ex-Odyssée launched in 1996) - 80% stake TF1
TF1
International, TF1's international channel Histoire (launched in 2004) - 80% stake Ushuaïa TV - 80% stake TMC Monte Carlo
TMC Monte Carlo
- 80% stake TF6
TF6
- 50% stake Série Club - 50% stake TFX (launched in 2005 as NT1) TF1
TF1
Séries Films (launched in 2012 as HD1)[2]

In June 2009, TF1
TF1
Group agreed to buy the NT1 channel from AB Groupe, as well as AB's 40% stake in TMC Monte Carlo
TMC Monte Carlo
(which would take TF1's total stake to 80%). The deal was cleared by France's competition authority and subsequently by the Council of State in December 2010, dismissing an appeal by Métropole Télévision.[3] As part of the same transaction the group raised its stake in WB Television
Television
to 49%.[4] On 21 December 2012, Discovery Communications
Discovery Communications
purchased a 20% stake in Eurosport
Eurosport
from TF1
TF1
Group for €170m.[5] Discovery has the option to increase its stake to 51% in 2014. Should Discovery exercise its option, TF1
TF1
Group would have the ability to then exercise a put option over the remaining 49% that would see Discovery take full control.[6] On 22 July 2015 Discovery agreed to acquire TF1's remaining 49% stake in the venture.[7] Discovery also took a 20% share in TV Breizh, Histoire, Ushuaia TV and Stylia – for €14m, with the option of increasing its shareholding to 49% in each channel in 2014. Discovery and TF1's production arm will also work together on making programmes. Other assets[edit] The firm holds a number of other interests in the advertising, internet and publishing fields, including 34% of Metro International's operations in France. References[edit]

^ a b c d e f "Annual Report 2010" (PDF). TF1
TF1
Group. Retrieved 4 May 2011.  ^ Nabyla, Daidj (2014-09-30). Developing Strategic Business Models and Competitive Advantage in the Digital Sector. IGI Global. ISBN 9781466665149.  ^ Le Galès, Yann; Renault, Enguérand (30 December 2010). "TF1 autorisée à racheter TMC et NT1". Le Figaro
Le Figaro
(in French). Retrieved 4 May 2011.  ^ Vidalon, Dominique; Jacobs, Caroline (28 May 2009). " TF1
TF1
in exclusive talks to buy digital TV assets". Reuters. Forbes. Retrieved 2009-09-19.  ^ " TF1
TF1
& Discovery Communications
Discovery Communications
finalize agreement and move forward to build three-tier strategic alliance across Eurosport, four payTV channels and production" (Press release). TF1
TF1
Group. 2012-12-21. Retrieved 2013-01-23.  ^ "Discovery moves into sport with a 20% stake in Eurosport". The Guardian. 13 December 2012.  ^ "Discovery to take full control of Eurosport". broadbandtvnews.com. 22 July 2015. Retrieved 6 April 2018. 

External links[edit]

Official website

Companies portal

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Selected CAC Mid 60 companies of France
France
(as of 18 December 2017)

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Fnac
Darty Fonciere des Regions Gecina Getlink Havas Icade Imerys Ipsen Ipsos JCDecaux Lagardère Maisons du Monde Mercialys Métropole TV Neopost Nexans Nexity Plastic Omnium Rémy Cointreau Rexel Rubis SEB Sartorius Stedim Biotech SES Soitec Sopra Steria Tarkett Technicolor TF1
TF1
Group Ubisoft Vallourec Vicat Wendel

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Television
Television
in France

Terrestrial digital (free)

TF1 France
France
2 France
France
3 Canal+ France
France
5 M6 Arte C8 W9 TMC TFX NRJ 12 LCP & Public Sénat France
France
4 BFM TV CNews CStar Gulli France
France
Ô TF1
TF1
Séries Films L'Équipe 6ter Numéro 23 RMC Découverte Chérie 25 LCI franceinfo:

Terrestrial digital (pay)

Paris Première Canal+
Canal+
Cinéma Canal+
Canal+
Sport Planète+

Other free

Equidia Euronews FashionTV France
France
24 KTO Liberty TV TV5Monde

TF1
TF1
Group

TV Breizh

M6 Group

M6 Music M6 Music
M6 Music
Club M6 Music
M6 Music
Black (defunct) M6 Boutique & Co Best of Shopping Girondins TV Paris Première Série Club Téva TF6
TF6
(defunct)

MCM Group

MCM MCM Africa (defunct) MCM Belgique (defunct) MCM Pop
MCM Pop
(defunct) MCM Top Mezzo TV Muzzik (defunct) RFM TV Virgin 17
Virgin 17
(defunct)

Canal+
Canal+
Group

Canal+
Canal+
Séries Canal+
Canal+
Family Canal+
Canal+
Décalé Ciné+ Premier Ciné+ Frisson Ciné+ Émotion Ciné+ Classic Comédie+ Jimmy (defunct) Planète+ Planète+ Thalassa Sport+ (defunct) Télétoon+

Orange S.A.

OCS Max OCS City OCS Choc OCS Geants

SFR Group (Altice)

Altice Studio

The Walt Disney Company

Disney Channel Disney Cinema Disney Junior Disney XD

NBCUniversal

13ème Rue Universal Syfy Universal E!

Viacom International Media Networks

MTV MTV Hits MTV Base (defunct) MTV Idol (defunct) MTV Pulse (defunct) Nickelodeon Nickelodeon 4Teen Nickelodeon Junior BET Game One J-One Paramount Channel

AB Groupe

AB1 AB Moteurs Action Animaux Chasse et Pêche Ciné Fx Crime District Encyclo (defunct) Escales (defunct) Golf Channel France Lucky Jack.tv Mangas Polar RTL9 Science et Vie TV Toute l'Histoire Trek Ultra Nature XXL

Turner Broadcasting
Broadcasting
System France

Boing Boomerang Cartoon Network TCM Cinéma Toonami

Fox Networks Group

National Geographic Channel Voyage

Discovery Networks EMEA

Discovery Channel Discovery Real Time (defunct) Discovery Science Eurosport
Eurosport
1 Eurosport
Eurosport
2 VivoltaJV

Other (pay)

beIN Sports Canal J La Chaîne Météo OM TV

Media holding companies

AB Groupe Canal+
Canal+
Group France
France
Télévisions Lagardère Active M6 Group MCM Group Orange S.A. TF1
TF1
Group

Lists

Television
Television
series Television
Television
stations

Defunct

Direct 8 Jimmy La

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