Pay-TV operators Canal Plus and TV NumÃ©ric and the countrys football league, the LFP, have all applied to operate a new pay-TV channel on the countryÂs digital-terrestrial TV platform.
The LFP wants to operate a channel to commercialise the rights currently shared between Canal Plus and Orange, following to latterÂs decision not to bid for the next set of rights from 2012. Canal Plus has applied to launch its Canal Plus Family channel on the platform, while TV NumÃ©ric wants to extend its existing DTT-based offer, which includes Paris PremiÃ¨re, TF6, PlanÃ¨te and Eurosport.
The countryÂs media regulator, the CSA, will weigh up the applications via a public process in December before naming a winner in January.
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