Euronews has tripled its reach on the CanalSat African platform by joining the CanalSat Evasion package.
Euronew is already available on the Prestige package of the service. Joining Evasion, which is available in more than 20 countries in central and western Africa, will allow Euronews to triple its subscribers.
“Sub-Saharan Africa is the second largest market for Euronews, after Europe. In a geographic zone which attracts all the big news media, Euronews enjoys a strong position because of its unique perspective on world news and thanks to its French, English and Portuguese services which speak to audiences in the three main European languages of Africa. We are especially delighted by the show of confidence on the part of Canal Plus Africa, enabling Euronews to triple its distribution in Sub-Saharan Africa,” said Arnaud Verlhac, deputy director, worldwide distribution at Euronews.
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