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Political pluralism and electoral campaigns

Antenna and speaking times

Under the recommendation of the CSA of September 7th, 2016, the principal chains of television and radio transmit to the CSA the statement speaking times and times of antenna of the candidates and their supports. 

 

 

  • TV: general channels
Click on the logo of the chain TV general practitioner of your choice to have access to the statements of speaking and the antenna times of the candidates.

 

 

  • TV: chains of information
Click on the logo of the chain TV of information of your choice to have access to the statements of speaking and the antenna times of the candidates.

 

 

  • Radios 
Click on the logo of the Radio of your choice to have access to the statements of speaking and the antenna times of the candidates.

 

  • Candidates 
Click on the name of a candidate to have access to the statements of speaking and the antenna times of this candidate on the whole of the services.
Nathalie Arthaud
François Asselineau
Jacques Cheminade
Nicolas Dupont-Aignan
François Fillon
Benoît Hamon
Jean Lassalle
Marine Le Pen
Emmanuel Macron
Jean-Luc Mélenchon
Philippe Poutou

 
 
Click on the following files to download the statements of the their support and speaking times of the candidates as well as times of antenna on all the services (format given gross in CSV):  

 
 

TP-TA_Presidentielle_2017_JT-MAG_ from April 24th to May 5th, 2017

 

TP-TA_Presidentielle_2017_PROG_ from April 24th to May 5th, 2017

 

 

 

 

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Key dates

  • 1955 - First broadcast simultaneously on radio and TV official countryside at the time of the legislative elections

  • 1965 - First broadcast simultaneously on radio and TV official countryside for the presidential election

  • November 12th, 1969 - Adoption by the Board of directors of the ORTF of a directive which poses the principle of a pluralist access to the antenna

  • 1982 - Creation of the High ranking authority of the audio-visual communication (HACA)

  • 2000 - Definition by the Superior council of audio-visual of the “principle of reference as regards pluralism”