The latter will thus have exclusive French audiovisual and digital rights for all of the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris.

“With the Olympic Games, we will thus make accessible the entirety of the biggest sporting event of the coming years to all French people”, rejoiced Delphine Ernotte, president of France Télévisions, quoted in a press release.

"With this major public service audiovisual group, we share the same desire to showcase Paralympic athletes (...), to introduce the French public to their performances and their unique journeys, and to seize this historic opportunity to bring about lasting change. society's view of disability", underlined for his part the president of Paris 2024, Tony Estanguet.

To be chosen, the public antenna highlighted "the capture and broadcasting of all sports (a first in the history of the Paralympic Games), free access to 300 hours of live broadcast and exceptional exposure 24 hours a day thanks to to the complementarity of the Group's two premium channels, France 2 and France 3", she underlined.

It is also committed to promoting the performances and careers of Paralympic athletes over the next two and a half years, in particular through portraits, magazines and other programs devoted to them.

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