M6 is a French television channel owned and operated by the M6 Group. It is also known as Metropole Television, and it was launched on March 1, 1987. M6 has seven sister channels, and is also linked to magazines, movie production companies, media-related firms, and more.
M6 is seen as a general entertainment channel, with most of its programming aimed at a younger audience such as teenagers and young adults. Other shows aired by the network have included magazines shows, TV movies, children’s shows, news , and sports.
When it comes to sports, M6 kicked off their offer during the 1998 FIFA World Cup, with an unsuccessful show called 0% Football. Since then, the channel has added more competitions to its programming, such as the UEFA Euro Qualifiers featuring the French National Team, the UEFA European Championship, the FIFA World Cup, and club tournaments such as the UEFA Europa League. In fact, the top ten most watched shows in the network’s history have been football events. The highest rating for a show aired by M6 belongs to the 2016 UEFA Euro final featuring France and Portugal, which saw Portugal claim their first-ever title in the tournament. Other sports covered by this network have included motorbike competitions and rugby.
M6 kicked off its in 1987 as a Standard Definition channel, but it evolved to a High Definition feed in 2008. Both feeds are still available for users to.
M6 Biss Key on Satellite
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M6 New Frequency On SES 4 at 22.0°W
UEFA Euro (2021)M6 has acquired to the UEFA EURO 2020 tournament in France and will be covering 11 matches via TV and live-, including France’s group stage opener against Germany on June 15th. Additional games that M6 will include two round of 16 ties, a quarter-final match, a semi-final match, and the championship final.
UEFA Nations League (2018-2021)
UEFA Euro U-21 (2017-2021)