BET (French TV channel)
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|Black Entertainment Television|
|Launched||17 November 2015; 4 years ago (2015-11-17)|
|Owned by||ViacomCBS Networks EMEAA|
|Picture format||576i (16:9 SDTV)|
|Slogan||Home of the Revolution|
|Canal||Channel 57 (HD)|
|Numericable||Channel 39 (HD)|
|Freebox TV||Channel 91 (HD)|
|SFR TV||Channel 59 (HD)|
|La TV d'Orange||Channel 73 (HD)|
|Bbox TV||Channel 39 (HD)|
|Mediaserv||Channel 35 (HD)|
In France since the end of June 2012, a BET Break box is broadcast daily with The Heat and 106 & Park on MTV France.
In October 2015, BET France was announced for November 17, 2015. This information created a controversy due to the absence of black animators on a channel historically directed at black communities.
- Essosso, Jacques-Alexandre (28 October 2015). "BET France, une chaîne consacrée à la culture afro où « le Noir dérange »". Le Monde. Retrieved 2 June 2017.
|Terrestrial digital (free)|
|Terrestrial digital (pay)|
|SFR Group (Altice)|
|The Walt Disney Company|
|ViacomCBS International Media Networks|
|Turner Broadcasting System France|
|Discovery Networks EMEA|
|Media holding companies|
|Premium Content Group|
|Entertainment & Youth Group|
|Kids & Family Group|
|France / Switzerland|
|Australia / New Zealand|
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