Television in Saint Pierre and Miquelon

Outre-Mer 1re
Launched 1954
Owned by France Télévisions
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Country Overseas Departments and Territories of France, Canada
Headquarters 35,37, rue Danton
92 240 Malakoff, Hauts-de-Seine
Formerly called RFO Sat (1998–2004)
Sister channel(s) France 2
France 3
France 4
France 5
France 24
Website TNT 1ère: Channel 1 (DOM-TOMs only)
France Ô: Channel 19
Saint Pierre et Miquelon Télé-SPM 1ère
FQN-TV Channel 8
FQN-TV-1 Channel 31
Satellite
CanalSat France Ô: Channel 170
CanalSat Calédonie Nouvelle-Calédonie 1ère: Channel 11
France Ô: Channel 16
CanalSat Caraïbes Martinique 1ère: Channel 14
Guadeloupe 1ère: Channel 16
Guyane 1ère: Channel 18
France Ô: Channel 19
CanalSat Réunion Réunion 1ère: Channel 18
Mayotte 1ère: Channel 25
France Ô: Channel 37
Bis Televisions France Ô: Channel 29
TNTSAT France Ô: Channel 19
Shaw Direct (Canada) SPM 1ère: Channel 751
Cable
Noos France Ô: Channel 51
Vidéotron (Canada) SPM 1ère: Channel 44 (digital)
Cogeco (Canada) SPM 1ère: Channel 203 (Quebec only)
IPTV
Freebox TV France Ô: Channel 152
Orange TV France Ô: Channel 32
Neuf TV France Ô: Channel 24
Alice France Ô: Channel 32
DartyBox France Ô: Channel 32

Réseau Outre-Mer 1re (often shortened Outre-Mer 1re (1st Overseas Network)) is a network of radio and television stations operating in France's overseas departments and territories around the world.

The Outre-Mer 1re network includes:

  • Television and radio services under the [name of department or territory] 1re name
  • France Ô – a satellite channel featuring programming from all the Outre-Mer 1re; produced chiefly for viewing in mainland France, it is also available in the overseas areas. It is also available on terrestrial digital television.
  • Radio Ô – internet radio service

Outre-Mer 1re also offers free streaming television and radio broadcasts of its services on the internet.

History

The service was first established in 1954 as the Radiodiffusion de la France Outre-Mer (RFOM) . It was renamed a year later as the Société de radiodiffusion de la France d'outre-mer (SORAFOM). This organisation was replaced in 1964, following the creation of the Office de Radiodiffusion Télévision Française, by the Office de coopération radiophonique (OCORA). In August 1974, OCORA became a part of the reformulated FR3: a network of regional television stations in mainland France. FR3's overseas operations were known as FR3 DOM-TOM and, unlike the arrangement in metropolitan France, were in charge of both television and radio.

In December 1982 France's overseas broadcasting operations were removed from FR3 and invested in the current organization, the Société de Radiodiffusion et de télévision Française pour l'Outre-mer (RFO).

In July 2004 Réseau France Outre-mer (RFO) was reunited with the French mainland's public broadcasters when it was merged into the France Télévisions network.

On 30 November 2010 Réseau France Outre-mer have been renamed Réseau Outre-Mer 1re.

External links

  • Official Site (French)

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