Four French journalists held hostage in Syria arrived on French soil on Sunday. President François Hollande called it “a day of joy for France”.
Paris and its region often provide backdrops for films with 1,500 films, TV programmes and ads shot in and around the French capital last year.
Thursday is the third annual World Radio Day, an idea launched by Unesco to celebrate and improve access to radio around the world.
Last week our Webwatchers and former Webwatch editor Anthony Terrade dedicated the show to the 50th anniversary of the famous science-fiction series Doctor Who.
Doctor Who, the world's longest-running Sci-Fi television series, recently celebrated its 50th birthday. In the first of a two-part series, our Webwatchers and former Webwatch editor Anthony ...
French police are working on DNA traces left by the lone Paris gunman who has attacked two media houses over the last four days.
French hostages and the question of ransom payments are this morning's main topics.
Serge Seritsky, editor French audiovisual magazine Ecran Total, predicts that TV will soon be available via Twitter.
Digital television will be coming to Africa by 2015. That's after recent negotiations between African countries, who've decided to switch over from traditional analogue TV signals.