National Co-ordinator Alexandre Pletser

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Alexandre Pletser

tel: +32 2 737 41 98
mobile: +32 475 94 01 00

RTBF - Radio Television Belge de la Communaute Française

Address: Reyers, 52, B-1044 Bruxelles
tel +32 2 737 2609
fax +32 2 737 4621

General Manager: J.P. Philippot
Editor-in-Chief: Jean-Pierre Jacqmin, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

RTBF is the public broadcasting organisation of the French-speaking part of Belgium. The station, broadcasting to four million inhabitants in five regional centres, has three channels. First channel is a general channel broadcasting 24 hours a day, second concentrates on important events, mainly sports and cultural events, the third is mainly a youth channel. RTBF also contributes to TV5, ARTE.

RTBF is financed by the Government of the Communauté Française de Belgique.

BX1 Médias de Bruxelles 

Rue Gabrielle Petit 32, 1080 Brussels Belgium
Telephone: 02 / 421.21.21
Fax: 02 / 421.21.22

Marc de Haan – CEO (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
Jean-Jacques Deleeuw - Chief Information Officer (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

BX1 is the Brussel’s audio-visual regional media in french which broadcasts information and animation contents on the web, television and radio. It produces a 24-hour television and radio program and specific contents for web media.

Its primary missions are information, animation, cultural development and lifelong education. BX1 is mainly defined as a regional news channel, broadcasting news, magazines and event captures. It deals with society matters, politics, economy, social, culture, sport, and so on. BX1 is particularly interested in urban issues such as mobility, environment, and town planning.

Created in 1985 under the name Télé Bruxelles, BX1 was originally a television channel. It has diversified greatly on the net and on the radio, which led it to adopt the BX1 identity in 2016.

BX1 is set up as a non-profit association (asbl) whose management is ensured by a pluralist assembly and a management committee by delegation. It has been entrusted with a public service television mission by Cocof (Commission communautaire française de Bruxelles) under a management contract, and by the French Community of Belgium under the decree on Audio-visual Media Services of April 30 2009. Its resources come mainly from advertising, broadcasting rights and copyright, various commercial revenues, and public subsidies. Its annual budget is around 7 million euros.