(AOF) – In the legal battle between it and Canal + concerning the non-broadcasting of its channels, the TF1 group regrets the decision of the judge in chambers of the Paris Commercial Court. The company owned by the Bouygues group believes that the judge “did not see the urgency of preserving the interests of viewers who use the TNTSAT service so that they are not – as the President of Arcom pointed out recently – held hostage to a commercial dispute that does not concern this service”.
The TF1 group has decided to bring the case before the Paris Court of Appeal, which should be decided very soon.
As a reminder, since September 2, the Canal+ group has stopped broadcasting the channels and services of the TF1 group to its 5.4 million Canal+ and MyCanal subscribers and the 2 million homes equipped with TNTSAT which receive satellite television. in the white areas.
The TF1 group strongly deplores “this situation which deprives millions of French people of quality information, great family entertainment and major sporting events, in particular the matches of the French football team”.
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