Euronews will provide in-depth coverage and analysis of the European week of Regions and cities in a FOCUS program in 10 languages broadcast from October 16 to October 21, 2017.
Euronews offers a unique perspective on world events. It empowers people to make up their own mind by delivering factual analysis and a diversity of viewpoints. Because all views matter, Euronews is "All Views".
Since its launch in 1993 from Lyon, France, euronews has been delivering trusted news and information in a non-partisan and in-depth way to TV audiences and digital users across the world in their language - euronews 12 editions 24/7: Arabic, English, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish.
Every day, euronews team of over 500 journalists of 30 different nationalities work together reporting on relevant stories to serve a global audience, driven by solid uncompromising journalism.
The concept has proven to be effective; euronews is the Number One European news channel, reaching more viewers in continental Europe than any of its rivals, in spite of the increasing competition.
Euronews is well established brand in Europe and worldwide, where it is used by 132 million people monthly and 20 million people daily (TV + digital - source: Global Web Index 2017).
In June 2017, NBC News and Euronews closed a transaction in which NBC News acquires 25% of the company to make a significant financial investment in Euronews to support expanded news coverage and programming. The company's TV and digital will ultimately be co-branded EuronewsNBC.
Euronews Group: Euronews was established in January 1993 in Lyon, France; and in April 2016 it launched Africanews, the first pan-African, multilingual and independent news outlet, based in Pointe-Noire, Republic of Congo.