The French TV landscape is about to expand with the arrival of six new digital terrestrial television channels by year-end, and the entry of Canal Plus Group into the free-to-air market with two nets.
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Hit by France's steep TV ad downturn, Gallic broadcaster M6 has delayed the launch of a planned 8 p.m. newscast until the fall.
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