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Paris getting PPV in May

France’s first pay-per-view service will be launched in May, according to a Feb. 17 statement from major cable operators Lyonnaise des Eaux and France Telecom.

The project is backed by Lyonnaise Communications and France Telecom via a joint subsidiary company, Telcarte. Service likely will be made available first to Parisians who already subscribe to Lyonnaise cable channels.

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