1. Newspapers and magazines

In English :

JPEGNews from France : Free paper newsletter published twice a month, about French political, economic and cultural news. By the French Embassy in Washington D.C.

JPEGFrance Today: it is America’s only monthly English-language publication dedicated to France. Now in its 25th year of publication, the Magazine of French Travel and Culture provides its readers with detailed travel advice, expert cultural reportage, informed political analysis and in-depth knowledge of modern French society. Its objective is to provide readers with the best, most comprehensive coverage of France printed in English today, from a true insider’s perspective.

In French :

JPEGFrance-Amérique: also known as Le Journal Francais des Etats-Unis, it is America’s largest French-language publication. The monthly magazine serves as an integral link between France and the United States, exploring issues of relevance in current events and business, history, culture and more.

JPEG Le Ben Franklin Post: is an on-line newspaper founded and edited by the "France USA Media" agencie and is dedicated to american news. All the articles are written in French by French professionals jornalists working in the US (Los Angeles, New York, Washington, San Francisco and Chicago). They propose differents views and cover the actuality in an original and serious way.

The French Press (not a complete list) :

2. Radio and broadcasts

At the local level (New England) :

Émission "French Toast": WMBR hosts every Monday a live episode of "French Toast" from 6 to 8 AM. The show is hosted by Brian & Yves. The program is composed of songs, interviews, news reports, etc.

At the national level :

JPEGRadio France Internationale is the first uninterrupted French radio broadcast providing international news coverage 24 hours a day everyday around the world. 45 million people listen to RFI and due to its presence in five continents, the network is able to provide a complete panorama of international news and major developments taking place around the world. RFI offers many programs featuring music, sports, culture, science, and current events in France and the francophone world. Moreover, their website includes many language tools for students of French and teachers alike such as “L’Affaire du coffret,” a bilingual mystery series for beginners, as well as other pedagogical exercises to improve your French language skills. Tune in and discover the diversity of RFI.

Gold Radio: This radio station, available on the Internet, offers francophone songs that impacted the last four decades. Soon, it will also offer information programs every hourin French.

3. Television

At the local level (New England) :

Emission haïtienne "Caméra Mosaïque" (Comcast - Channel 283) with Yves Cajuste every Sunday at 8 AM. The show’s target audience is the French community in the Boston area and covers many topics.

At the national level :

JPEGTV5 is the world’s leading French-language network, broadcasting news, films, sports and much more, 24-7. from France, Belgium, Switzerland, Québec and francophone African countries.

TV5 USA is available in the United States by satellite or cable. To subscribe, TV5 USA go to their website or call 1-888-902-5322 (partially broadcasted by International Channel).

JPEGFrance24 is the first international news channel that offers a French perspective and sensibility on world events. It broadcasts on a 24/7 basis on three channels, in French, English and Arabic, in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the United States. It has been linked up with the American platform DISH Network and its 15 million subscribers across the United States on July 14th. The deal with one of the leading American pay TV providers aims to offer French speaking audiences and Francophiles a genuine alternative to other international news stations. The channel is available 24/7 to subscribers of the French bouquet on Channel 660.

4. News in New England

For those looking for English language media in New England, click here.

Last modified on 19/01/2019

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