From this Friday, the French will be able to follow the entire competition on TV for free.
Auspicious scores. This summer, the preparation matches for the XV of France allowed TF1 to boost its audiences in August. A few hours from Rugby World Cup kick-offwhich will be held in France from this Friday September 8 and until October 28, the three broadcasters of the competition – TF1, M6 and France Télévisions – can enter the fray with confidence.
“It’s the sporting event of the year. ures François Pelissier, the deputy general manager business and sports of TF1. The France team is made up of an exceptional generation of players. She has rarely been so strong and is one of the favorites. The competition takes place in France, which necessarily gives it more media coverage. And more than ever, the French need unifying moments, collective joy.argues the leader.
Broadcast rights holder, the TF1 group sold 28 of the 40 World Cup games. A sub-licensing agreement that will allow France Télévisions…