Launched in December 2012, HD1 focuses on all forms of story-telling. Dedicated to the cinema, series and drama, it delivers an ambitious offering made up of 250 films a year, a selection of all-new international series and the best in French drama. In 2014, it became leader of the six new DTT HD channels, with a weekly audience share of 1%.
TF1 is a family-focused and events-based channel. Viewers appreciate its diversified programme offering made up of drama, sport, cinema, children’s programmes, magazines and documentaries, with news programmes that turn a clear eye on the world. France’s leading television channel, it maintains close ties with the public. The brief of TF1 is to inform and to entertain.
A warm, friendly channel, TV Breizh is the leader in the pay-to-view offer in France. Its programme schedule, made up of series, drama and films, conveys a clear promise: a relaxing experience with recognised brand names.
Histoire is dedicated to history documentaries and cultural debates that seek to shed new light on current events. By placing the emphasis on the origins of major events in the modern world, History conjugates the past in the present.
Launched in 1994, LCI pioneered 24-hour news in France. Recognised for its expertise in explanation and analysis, it is present on cable, satellite, ADSL, pay DTT, Internet and mobile phones (Android). By developing a rich editorial line, it has gained a bigger audience among the higher socio-professional categories, its core target audience. Since 2013, the platform MYTF1News has grouped the best of TF1 and LCI news, with a digital offering focused on real-time news and video content.
metronews is a free global news platform. Its brief is to make the latest news available to everybody on a full range of media: print, web, mobile apps and tablets. It is the second-ranked national daily in France with 10.5 million readers monthly on all media, with readership increasingly strongly on digital sources.
TF1 Publicité is a standard-setter in multi-audiovisual advertising in France, developing an innovative and diverse range of advertising media to bring advertisers bespoke communications solutions. Present on television, on the radio and on digital media, TF1 Publicité combines a wide range of advertising media with an understanding of new forms of media consumption, making it a partner of choice in this sector.
NT1 is a free general-interest digital terrestrial television channel whose main audience is in the 15-49 age group. Its programme schedule comprises two key categories: an all-new non-scripted offering and leading US series such as The Walking Dead, The Client List and Revolution.
Ushuaïa TV explores the planet and the wonders of nature. It is reinforcing its programme offering on adventure and the peoples of the world. This channel is also available in High Definition.
TMC is historically the leading free digital terrestrial channel, thanks to its unique positioning as a general-interest and family-focused channel. Programmes fall into four main categories: magazines, French drama, cinema and entertainment.
e-TF1 develops Group presence across all digital media, through MYTF1 and the Connect function. It also manages the WAT entertainment platform and interactive systems used by the channel (Audiotel, text messages), as well as developing bespoke internet solutions through its interactive agency.
MYTF1 delivers an enriched multi-screen experience based on TF1 programmes: catch-up television with Replay, interactivity with Connect, mobile information with MYTF1 NEWS, films on demand with MYTF1VOD, as well as access to exclusive programmes such as MYTELEFOOT. In 2014, MYTF1 made its second-screen app available for the entire Football World Cup, with a total of 32 million videos viewed for all matches.
Set up in 2006, WAT is the third-ranked video entertainment platform in France, aimed at the 15-34 age group. Accessible via the web, mobiles and tablets, WAT provides video content and hosts videos created by web users and entertainment professionals. With themes including music, cinema, replay TV and manga, it attracts several million visitors every month. In 2013, WAT joined forces with Melty in order to expand its offering.
Founded in 1995, the subsidiary TF1 Droits Audiovisuels acquires, distributes and manages a portfolio of audiovisual rights in France and other countries. It is also a distributor of films for the cinema, alongside UGC. Its subsidiary TF1 International is one of France’s main sellers of international rights.
TF1 Films Production co-produces and pre-buys films such as Intouchables in 2011 (“Untouchable”, almost 19.5 million tickets) and Qu’est-ce qu’on a fait au bon Dieu? in 2014 (“Serial bad weddings”, 11.8 million tickets). Investments include broadcasting rights for the TF1 Group as well as co-producer shares through which it is entitled to a share of the income generated. Thus making an active contribution to French and European cinema.
TF1 Production is a production company set up to develop the programme offering of TF1 and the Group. Its activities span magazines (50’ Inside, 90’ Enquêtes), entertainment (D.A.L.S, C’est Canteloup, etc.), drama (RIS, standalone TV films), sporting events (Football and Rugby World Cup, Automoto, Téléfoot), documentaries (Ushuaïa Nature) and short formats (trailers, adverts, etc.). It also brings its expertise to live shows and tours.
TF1 Vidéo is developing a strong, event-based editorial line spanning a wide range of genres : from French and international cinema to leading comedy stars, children’s programmes and TV series. Set up in 2005, MYTF1 VOD pioneered video on demand, from basic streaming through to definitive multi-screen downloads. Available on IPTV, the Internet, Samsung TV and the portals of Playstation and X-Box consoles, this is currently the most distributed service in France.
Téléshopping is a leading home shopping player in France. It has two main activities: telesales and e-commerce, through programmes broadcast on TF1, catalogues and a website. At the same time, Téléshopping owns a network of shops and operates an infomercial activity under the Euroshopping brand on a number of freeview DTT, cable and satellite channels. In 2014, Téléshopping innovated by launching the first TV-commerce app.
TF1 Entreprises is a diversification and development subsidiary of the TF1 Group. It comprises the TF1 Games-Dujardin activity (board game publishing), TF1 Licences (merchandising licences) and TF1 Musique (partnerships and production of shows, exhibitions and records).
TF1 Licences applies its full-line, multi-target merchandising expertise across a portfolio of 33 licence contracts. Working with brands that have a strong identity, such as Barbapapa, Babar & les aventures de Badou, Ushuaïa and Masterchef, it manages more than 20 million licensed products every year.
TF1 Musique produces or (co)produces recording projects (Les Prêtres, Zaz, Forever Gentlemen), along with stage shows (including Mozart l’Opéra Rock, 1789, Dirty Dancing) and major family exhibitions (Star Wars Identities). The subsidiary also manages many partnerships (Johnny Halliday, Muse, Coldplay...) and designs and distributes merchandising linked to shows and events. In 2016, TF1 Musique will oversee programmes for the Cité Musicale at Ile Seguin outside Paris.
Through the brand Jeux Dujardin, TF1 Games is France’s leading publisher of board games. Its catalogue includes more than 200 games, based in some cases on TF1 flagship programmes (such as MasterChef or Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?) or expanding the range with landmark brands such as, Mille Bornes, Le Cochon qui rit, Hello Kitty, etc.