And more… 6play, Vanity Fair, Arte, France Culture, TV5 Monde

The M6 ​​group has announced the arrival of 6play on AppleTV. After the launch of the platform on Samsung connected TVs and TVs running Android TV in October 2022, the Apple TV universe is strengthening 6play’s presence on all screens. Once the 6play application is installed on their Apple TV, Apple TV owners who have subscribed to the 6play max option will be able to enjoy 6500h of content and also all the premium features offered: an ad-free experience, HD quality (1080p) and programs available for longer (30 days minimum).

♦ Vanity Fair announced a new European collaboration between France, Italy, and Spain for its “Icone” issue, the first of an annual initiative that goes beyond the borders of publishing to become an artistic project comprising an exhibition, a short film, a collaboration between fashion, art and design, and an urban art performance. The first cover star is Madonna. Strongly committed to this artistic project created by photographers Luigi & Iango, she expresses the values ​​she has defended throughout her artistic career.

♦ As part of the renewal of its documentary portal, the ArchiRès network, bringing together the libraries of the 20 National Schools of Architecture (ENSA), and Art Education have joined forces to develop a personalized version of the Arte Campus site to meet the specific needs of teachers and students of architecture.

♦ French Culture publishes with Bréal editions (Studyrama) the “Chroniques critiques de l’économie” (448 pages – 18 euros). The book is taken from a France Culture podcast “The why of the how: economy and social”. Contents: Should the retirement age be pushed back? Are the unemployed lazy? Why is inflation likely to be long-lasting? Do we know how to finance the ecological transition? How much does tax evasion cost?

♦ Placed under the high patronage of the Ministry of Culture and the French National Commission for UNESCO, the Lauriers de l’Audiovisuel Ceremony will take place on February 20 at the Théâtre Marigny in Paris and will be broadcast from February 22 on TV5 World and available on the worldwide French-speaking platform TV5MONDEplus. It will be presented by Hapsatou Sy and Antoine Genton, deputy director of information for the channel.

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