At euronews we believe in people’s intelligence and think that our duty is to give you the right amount of information so you can form your own opinion about the world. News is not a matter of having preconceptions.
Our role is to broadcast reality and deliver reliable news, real news, pure news.
euronews is the most-watched news channel in Europe and is a full multimedia platform for viewers on the move. euronews covers world news and broadcasts in 13 different languages 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in Arabic, English, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish and Ukrainian. Since its launch in 1993, euronews has been striving to supply factually-correct information in a non-superficial format. Far from political interests, euronews is already the ultimate TV journalism laboratory. Every day, euronews’ team of over 400 journalists of 25 different nationalities work together reporting on relevant stories to serve our global audience, driven by a solid uncompromising journalism.
The concept has proven to be efficient; euronews is the European leader in terms of audience figures in spite of the increasing competition.
euronews on air, online, all the time
euronews reaches 400 million households in 155 countries via cable, digital satellite and terrestrial windows. euronews offers programmes and interactive services on cable, satellite, terrestrial, IPTV and smart TV. In addition, euronews is available in hotels, on major airlines, airports and rail stations, internet, tablets and mobile phones (free live app on iPad, iPhone, Android and live on 26 mobile networks). The media’s website, www.euronews.com provides around-the-clock news in 13 languages, live streaming and catch-up TV.
When you cannot watch tv, you can also listen to euronews radio: news, business, sport, culture, science and a music selection by euronews on digital radio in 6 language services.
Beyond euronews’ own production, the media has access to uniquely rich and varied information streams through the Eurovision Exchange, its shareholders and major press and TV news agencies. Access to this wide range of sources enables euronews’ team of journalists to compare, sort, analyse and report with balance, maintaining impartiality and avoiding any national viewpoint.
simultaneously in 13 language services
euronews is the first multilingual news channel offering such a service. The channel broadcasts all 13 language services 24/7 in simulcast, everywhere in the world. Today 3.5 billion of the world’s population can understand euronews.
- euronews SA
- 25 shareholders Media Globe Networks, CT (Czech Republic), CyBC (Cyprus), ENTV(Algeria), ERT (Greece), ERTT (Tunisia), ERTU(Egypt), francetélévisions (France), NTU (Ukraine), PBS (Malta), RAI (Italy), RTBF (Belgium), RTE(Ireland), RTP (Portugal), RTR (Russia), RTVSLO(Slovenia), SNRT (Morocco), SSR (Switzerland), TRT (Turkey), TVR (Romania), TV4 (Sweden), YLE (Finland), Grand Lyon, Département du Rhône, Région Rhône-Alpes.
Euronews’ Supervisory Board
Comprises 15 members: 7 corporate entities and 8 individuals
Mr Naguib Sawiris
Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Mr Paolo Garimberti
Vice-Chairman of the Supervisory Board and Chairman of the Editorial Board
Other Board members
Mr Tarak Ben Ammar
Mr Ayman Soliman
Mr Nils Bachtler
Mr Frederik Kooij
Mr Patrick Tillieux
Mr Vincent Benoit
Euronews Executive Board
Chief Executive Officer, Director of the publication
Director of News and Programmes
Euronews Steering Committee
Mr Michael Peters
Mr Lucian Sârb
Mr Olivier de Montchenu
Mr Christophe des Arcis
Mr David Cipel
Ms Natalie Lefevre
Ms Dorota Smaggia
Mr Grégory Samak
Chief Executive Officer
Director of News and Programmes
Worldwide Commercial & Marketing Director and Managing Director of euronews Sales
Human Resources Director
Chief Financial Officer
Director of Corporate Affairs
Director of Marketing Product & Innovation
World Director of Broadcasting and Programme Marketing