BFM TV (stylized as BFMTV) is a news channel based in France and available in the whole world via TNT, cable and satellite. Its name is a combination of "BFM" (presently BFM Radio) and the acronym "TV".
It has been launched first on the French digital terrestrial television (known as TNT, télévision numérique terrestre) and is broadcast free 24 hours a day, by satellite on TPS and CanalSat (see frequencies below), French digital terrestrial television, by DSL providers Free, Neuf, Alice, Orange, Tele2, Club Internet, by mobile television on Orange and SFR, by cable providers Numéricable, NOOS and UPC, and live on the channel's website (in Windows Media streaming).
BFM TV is freely broadcast by satellite in DVB-S MPEG-2 uncrypted :
Hot Bird 13° : 11.585 GHz Pol V, SR27500 et FEC 2/3
Astra19.2°E, 11.508 GHz, Pol V, SR 22000 et FEC 5/6