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France.tv Slash
France.tv Slash (2018).svg
LaunchedFebruary 5, 2018
Owned byFrance Televisions
Picture format16:9 576i (SD feed)
1080p (HD feed)
SloganInspirer / décomplexer (Inspire / unwind)
Streaming media

France.tv Slash is a French public service television channel that is part of the France Télévisions network.

It is dedicated to youth with programs for young adults. France.tv Slash is the first French public service channel to be fully digital and available on platforms, and since November 2018[1].

The new channel is aimed at an audience between high school and working life and deals with themes such as sexuality, discrimination, body, identity, commitment, consumption and connected life through true life stories and testimonials.[2].

History[edit | edit source]

On February 5, 2018, France Televisions announced the creation of a channel that would be fully digital and dedicated to young adults with the launch of the Skam France television series on the platform; it is a series that follows the daily lives of several teenagers. Each season of Skam France is focused on a specific character and a particular theme[3].

Throughout the week, sequences are published on the platform france.tv to form a complete Skam France episode for each weekend of an average of twenty minutes. Viewers can also follow the characters through their accounts on Instagram[4]. The cumulative audience of Season 3 is known to amount up to 28 million views[5] on the platforms where the show is broadcast.

In November 2018, France.tv Slash arrived on the platform's Discover service with the show Sexy Soucis presented by Diane Saint-Réquier, in which she answers questions about sexuality[6].

Programming[edit | edit source]

  • La Petite Mort (The Little Death) (2017-2019, 10 episodes)
  • Les Engagés (The Pledges) (2017-2018, 2 seasons, 20 episodes, ongoing)
  • Monsieur Flap (Mr. Flap) (2017-2019, 11 episodes)
  • Rap Fighter Cup (2018-2019, ongoing)
  • Preview (2018-2019, 8 episodes)
  • Croc Love (2018-2019, 10 episodes)
  • On n'est plus des pigeons ! (We're No Longer Pigeons!) (2018-2019)
  • Skam France (2017-2019, 4 seasons, ongoing)

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On the Internet[edit | edit source]

France.tv Slash is available on the streaming platform France.tv.

Notes and references[edit | edit source]

  1. "Snap ouvre en France ses contenus vidéo sur Snapchat avec 13 partenaires et 18 shows | Offremedia". www.offremedia.com. Retrieved 2019-03-04.
  2. "France tv slash : 5 choses à savoir sur la nouvelle chaîne 100% numérique de France TV". ozap.com (in français). Retrieved 2019-03-04.
  3. leblogtvnews.com. "france.tv slash propose la série Skam France depuis ce lundi". Leblogtvnews.com (in français). Retrieved 2019-03-04.
  4. "SKAM FRANCE (saisons 1 et 2) La série arrive, lundi 5 février 2018 à 10h37 sur Facebook SKAM La série". www.francetvpro.fr (in français). Retrieved 2019-03-04.
  5. ""Skam France" : la série qui cartonne auprès des jeunes". www.franceinter.fr (in français). Retrieved 2019-04-04.
  6. "France TV lance Slash, un média numérique pour séduire les 18-30 ans". ouest-france.fr (in français). February 6, 2018. Retrieved March 4, 2019.

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