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November 29, 2007

The big three in France form partnership


by David Allen

The three main broadcasters in France, TV5 Monde, France 24 and Radio France International would be better as one large business, while the other large broadcaster France Monde would be better if they stood alone; this forms the basis of a proposal that Jean-David Levitte and Georges-Marc Benamou have put the President of France, Nicolas Sarkozy.

Under this proposal the companies would remain as they are, i.e. the services that they provide, but the other functions such as admin, sales, marketing, distribution, finance and HR could be reduced. This would obviously cut the costs of the organisation and at the same time make it better organised.

This move would probably make the national broadcaster France Televisions make the same type of moves in order to cut costs etc.


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