We are Europe’s leading international news channel
We are Europe’s leading international news channel, providing global, multilingual news with a European perspective to over 400 million homes in 160 countries.
With 12 cross-platform language editions, including 9 distinct TV editions, we strive to provide our viewers and readers with a variety of viewpoints while remaining grounded in factual reporting.
Euronews at a glance
People reach every month
TV households reached in Europe + the United Kingdom
Followers across all social media platforms
Nationalities represented in our newsroom
Offices around the world
Sources: Global Web Index – Q1 2021, Emplifi – SEPT. 2021
We believe All Views matter
At Euronews, our mission is to provide unfiltered, unbiased, fact-based journalism that empowers rather than unsettles. Unapologetically impartial, we believe all views matter, and we actively resist the temptation to bait clicks or views through bias, outrage, or sensationalism.
By staying true to facts but giving voice to many opinions, we provide our audiences with the resources they need to make up their own mind—or perhaps even change it. By focusing on facts, ideas, and solutions, our journalists cultivate clarity, empathy, and integrity.
Our European identity
sets us apart
Euronews was born out of a will to create a strong independent European news channel. As the only international news media with a European perspective, Euronews is where the world turns to hear what Europe has to say. We’ve been providing independent news without favour or bias since launching in Lyon, France in 1993.
Today, more than ever, our European DNA is at the heart of all our operations. Euronews reports live every day from across Europe and the world, delivering unrivalled coverage of European affairs, benefiting from a multicultural and multilingual newsroom, and correspondents across the continent with unmatched European expertise.
Our diversity is our strength
Our identity is uniquely European, yet our coverage is uniquely diverse. From our main headquarters in Lyon, France, we run a global newsroom that includes around 400 journalists from 30 different countries. Our 12 languages cover European and world news 24/7 in Arabic, English, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish, with bureaus in Brussels, Athens and Budapest, and a network of correspondents in all major European cities, including Berlin, London, Moscow, Paris, and Rome.
This multi-language news model enables us to bring truly global perspectives to local audiences, giving them access to new voices and viewpoints in their own language.
Our diversity extends to our platform: beyond live news, we provide audiences with a wide array of factual programming on business, technology, science, climate, and lifestyle, as well as arts and entertainment, including cinema, travel and culture.
Euronews also offers its expertise worldwide: in Europe with its affiliates channels Euronews Georgia, Euronews Albania, Euronews Serbia, Euronews Romania, bringing the total number of languages covered by Euronews to 17; and in Africa with its sister channel Africanews.
Where to find us
Euronews is Europe’s leading international news channel, providing global, multilingual & independent news with a European perspective, available in 17 languages.
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Euronews SA, 25 shareholders *
* Média Globe Network (88%), Public broadcasters and local authorities (12%): CT (Czech Republic), CyBC (Cyprus), ENTV (Algeria), ERT (Greece), TT (Tunisia), NMA (Egypt), France Télévisions (France), PBCU (Ukraine), PBS (Malta), RAI (Italy), RTBF (Belgium), RTE (Ireland), RTP (Portugal), RTR (Russia), RTVSLO (Slovenia), SNRT (Morocco), SSR (Switzerland), TVR (Romania), TV4 (Sweden), YLE (Finland), Métropole de Lyon, Département du Rhône, Région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, ADMIC (Abu Dhabi).