|La Chaîne Info|
|Launched||24 June 1994|
|Owned by||TF1 Group|
|Picture format||1080i HDTV|
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
|Audience share||1.14% (June 2017, Médiamétrie)|
|Slogan||Vous êtes au cœur de l'info|
(You are at the heart of the news)
|Digital terrestrial television||Channel 26|
|Canal||Channel 103 (HD)|
|MC Cable||Channel 81|
The broadcast began at 8:30 pm with the live TV news programme presented by Françoise-Marie Morel. The first guest was the CEO of the channel, Étienne Mougeotte.
On 5 April 2016, the channel became free-to-air and began broadcasting on channel 26 via digital terrestrial television in France.
The 2010 pension reform strikes in France were a series of general strikes and demonstrations which occurred in France throughout September and October 2010.
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Ingrid Levavasseur was an early participant of the yellow vest (French: gilets jaunes) movement and quickly emerged as one of its most visible spokespeople. She represented activists from the Eure department, making multiple appearances on various media networks including TF1 and La Chaîne Info (LCI). After initially accepting and then rejecting a columnist position at BFMTV, she lost credibility with many in the movement. Maxime Nicolle would later call her out for being an opportunist.
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