Communauté des télévisions francophones (CTF)
Community of French-Language Television Programmes
1964 London UK
Encourage collaboration and exchange of French-language television programmes; promote their circulation in Europe and Canada; study development of thematic channels (information, documentaries, youth, music, sport); publicize internationally the quality and competitivity of French language television programmes; stimulate creativity of producers and programmers.
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Plenary Assembly (annual). Administrative Council, comprising member Presidents. Bureau, comprising Director and 2 members. Secretariat-General. Council of Heads of Delegations, comprising individuals of high-level operational responsibility of member channels. Commissions. Working groups.
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