Lagardere to launch youth TV channel in Congo

Monday 25 January 2016 | 12:10 CET | News

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The government of the Congo is set to launch a new television channel called Tele Congo Jeunesse in collaboration with the French group Lagardere. Tele Congo Youth will be the second public national channel and will complement Congo TV, launched in 1962, EcoFin reported. ICT Minister Thierry Lezin Moungala announced that Tele Congo Youth would begin its first broadcasts in June. Lagardere recently opened an office in Abidjan, and two more offices are planned by the French group in Nairobi and Johannesburg. It already operates the children's channel Gulli in Africa. 

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Lagardere
Countries: Congo
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