TORONTO, Jan. 31, 2013 /CNW/ - Groupe Média TFO invites cable TV
subscribers in Quebec to discover its television programming during a
free preview period that will run throughout February 2013. From
February 1 to 28, subscribers to Bell, Videotron, Cogeco, and Telus
cable services in Quebec will have the chance to familiarize themselves
with TFO's amazing content offerings, what the network's new
advertising slogan proudly describes as je-ne-sais-quoi télé.
Already widely known for the quality of its educational programming, TFO
now wants to reach out to new audiences with its children's programs
and arts and cultural content. As Pascal Arseneau, Groupe Média TFO's
Chief Marketing Officer, explains, "The addition of TFO to Quebec cable
distributors' offerings will enhance the media content available in
French-speaking Canada. We want children, their parents, and music and
film lovers to know that there is something special waiting for them at
TFO has already made its content more and more accessible by delivering
it through social media and the Web. For example, its Mini TFO channel on YouTube has been a spectacular success and recently received
its millionth viewing.
TFO offers entertaining, educational programming for children of all
ages from 6:00 am to 7:00 pm every day. This year, TFO has also
launched new initiatives in its music and film programming, including BRBR (tfo.org./BRBR), a multiplatform experience that celebrates the
French-Canadian emerging-music scene, and CinéTFO (tfo.org/cine), the preferred Web destination for lovers of French-language films.
If you live in Quebec and your cable company is Bell, Cogeco, Telus, or
Videotron, you will receive TFO for free for the entire month of
February. Take advantage of this opportunity to discover the exciting
world of TFO!
For more information, or to subscribe to TFO now through your cable
company, go to tfo.org/granddebrouillage.
About Groupe Média TFO
Groupe Média TFO produces and distributes quality French-language
educational and cultural media content along with supporting content to
meet the needs and aspirations of its target clientele. Groupe Média
TFO thus contributes to the civic and cultural development of Ontario's
Francophone community and makes its content available on a large number
of media platforms. Based in Toronto, TFO is the largest producer and
distributor of French-language educational products in Canada.
TFO offers a bold, unique universe of French-language programming,
including entertaining, educational children's shows from 6:00 am to
7:00 pm, repertory films, programs about emerging French-Canadian
music, and hundreds of hours of intelligent entertainment.
SOURCE: GroupeMédia TFO
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