20 Sep 10 -
M6-owned channel Paris Première has confirmed that it will not be a candidate for a free-to-air digital-terrestrial TV frequency after digital switchover in 2012.
The channel, which is currently available on pay-DTT, cable and satellite, was responding to press reports that it may consider becoming free-to-air when parent company M6 acquires an additional frequency after switchover.
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