|President Emmanuel Macron|
The bulk of the cuts -- 160 million euros -- will be made at its various television operations, with the France O channel covering the country's overseas territories going off the air by 2020.
The government has already announced plans to pull the plug on France 4, an entertainment channel. Last month it launched a revamp of the public audiovisual sector, which includes broadcasters like Arte and the France 24 news channel as well as a host of radio stations, including Radio France Internationale.
Additional story at: http://en.rfi.fr/culture/20180720-france-seek-190-mn-public-broadcasting-cuts
(RFI/The world and All It's Voices)