News via Germany, France

(Above map of France and Germany courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)

Want to know the German perspective on President Trump’s recent trip to Europe and Russia? Or maybe the French point-of-view? All in English?

Over-the-air channel MHz Worldview has returned Germany’s Deutsche Welle to its schedule, a month after France 24 rejoined the lineup. Both services had departed MHz in April.

Deutsche Welle airs on MHz Worldview from 3pm to 6pm ET daily, except for Sundays when the block starts at 4pm. France 24 then follows, running until 9 pm daily.

To see if MHz Worldview is available free via antenna in your area, visit the service’s “Where to Watch” page.

Over-the-air viewers can also see Deutsche Welle’s DW News at 5:30 pm weekdays on PBS’ World Channel. For where to watch locally, visit World’s “Set Your Station” page.

Prefer to stream? Both Deutsche Welle and France 24 are available online 24/7.

Deutsche Welle can be viewed at dw.com/en/media-center/live-tv/s-100825 or, via the link in the video below, on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5Nst2zMZVY

France 24 can be viewed via Roku, Sling TV, at france24.com/en/livefeed, or right here via YouTube:

About Les Luchter

Les Luchter is a former managing editor of Multichannel News, editor-in-chief of Cable Marketing, and news editor of Broadcast Week.

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