A leading international news channel and multimedia platform
Euronews is a leading international news channel and 100% multimedia platform for viewers on the move. The channel covers world news 24/7 in 13 languages services: Arabic, English, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish and Ukrainian. Today 3.5 billion of the world’s population can understand Euronews.
Every 30 minutes, Euronews provides an up-to-the minute news bulletin with the day’s top news, sport, business and European affairs and live breaking news. Euronews complements core news services with current affairs, talk shows and lifestyle magazines.
Euronews broadcasts into more than 370 million households in 155 countries via cable, digital satellite and terrestrial channels. Euronews is the No.1 International news channel with 10 million viewers daily.
The channel is available in hotels, on major airlines, airports, rail stations, Internet, tablets and mobile phones through its applications (free on App Store and Google Play) and is the first news channel widely distributed on Smart TV platforms.
Euronews is honored to support the fifth edition of the World Innovation Summit for Education, taking place in Doha from October 29 to 31, 2013. Euronews will cover the Summit in its programs and promote this initiative worldwide on air, online and through all its media platforms.
At Euronews, we believe that education is the challenge of the 21st century and a pillar of societies all around the world and as such strikes a chord with people across the planet whatever their background.
In the framework of a partnership with Qatar Foundation, Euronews, since September 2010, has been broadcasting Learning World, a new magazine dedicated to education. Learning World is a weekly eight-minute magazine on air running for one year. Each show revolves around three stories from around the globe about the main issues in education which surprise, inform and entertain.
Watch Learning World anytime on demand at http://www.euronews.com/programs/learning-world/