VOV.VN - France 24, a TV news broadcaster based in Paris, is scheduled to debut its programs targeting Vietnamese audience on May 24.
France Medias President Monde Marie Christine Saragosse and France 24 Director Marc Saikali made the announcement at a press conference in Hanoi on May 23.
To mark the event, France 24 journalists have produced a special series including "Vietnam becoming a major player in Asian football", "E-commerce boom in Vietnam" and a report on "Réhahn, Vietnam through the lens," about the famous French photographer in Vietnam.
The special program will be broadcast at 11:45am on May 24 in English, French, Spanish, and Arabic.
France 24 is an international news channel which broadcasts to 355 million households globally. With 160 correspondent bureaus all over the world, the newsroom guarantees diversity of viewpoints and debates.