One Planet Pictures programmes are regularly broadcast on BBC World News, the world’s most watched global news and current affairs TV network reaching 260 million homes, 1.3 million hotel rooms, 50 cruise companies, 36 airlines, and 29 mobile phone operators. The weekly average audience for BBC World News is 76 million viewers.
Through our partnership with Geneva-based NGO dev.tv, One Planet Pictures programmes are also shown on the following networks:
Al Jazeera International & Arabic
The most authoritative Arabic news channel in the world, broadcast in English and Arabic, with an outreach to 44 million homes.
The largest international TV channel, Euronews reaches 326 million households in 153 countries worldwide via cable, digital satellite and terrestrial channels. It broadcasts in 13 languages and attracts 6.7 million European viewers every day.
The world’s most watched French-language TV channel reaches 215 million homes and has average audiences of 170 million viewers every week in 200 countries, 3 million hotel rooms, and 9 airlines. TV5 Monde is broadcast in 10 languages and 9 signals: Africa / France-Belgium-Switzerland / Europe / Asia-Pacific / Pacific / Latin America / United States / Quebec / Asia.
Besides these leading satellite outlets, One Planet Pictures documentaries are shown on a regular basis on over 100 national and international TV channels such as National Geographic, Discovery Channel, Direct TV, CBS News, ABC, Fox America, France 5, Globo (Brazil), Caribvision, Medi-1SAT (North Africa and Middle East), BBC Persian, PTV (Pakistan), Arte (Europe), TF1 (France), RAI (Italy), SSR (Switzerland), VTV (Vietnam), KTV (South Korea), Jordan TV, CCTV (China) and SABC (South Africa).
Through the Eurovision Network, our documentaries also reach an additional 1000 TV channels in 5 continents.
With dev.tv, One Planet Pictures produces stand-alone Video News Releases (VNRs) to mark major events in the international calendar. These are distributed via satellite on the News Exchanges of Thomson-Reuters TV and APTN (Associated Press Television News), and via the following broadcasting unions: EBU (Europe), ABU (Asia Pacific), ASBU (Middle East), NABA (North America), OTI (Latin America), CBU (Caribbean) and URTNA (Africa).