Catch up with all the news both at home and abroad with Euronews - a free TV channel available to viewers across the UK and the World that is broadcast in multiple languages.
Euronews covers the issues that affect us all from a European perspective and not just from the viewpoint of London and the USA . Free live streaming brings you the stories as they break. Watch Euronews online via watchtvnow.co.uk for all the latest big stories across Europe and the World.
- News Headlines are broadcast every 30 minutes.
- Frequent Sports Bulletins bringing sports news from around the world.
- National News from the UK
- Latest bulletin – International news and World news from a European perspective.
- Live TV coverage is often broadcast without commentary under the heading “No Comment” enabling the viewer to make up his or her own mind free from opinion.
Watch a variety of magazine style programmes to suit all tastes. These include Brussels Bureau bringing you all the news from the EU and I Talk an interactive weekly programme to answer questions on Europe. There are programmes on art, entertainment and cinema including Rendez vous a daily schedule of events in Europe and the World such as music festivals and entertainment.
The Euronews channel was created in 1993 as an alternative rolling news channel to CNN which provided an American viewpoint on the first war in Iraq and was felt to be too biased in favour of the USA. Euronews was set up by the European Broadcasting Union in collaboration with 10 European public broadcasters including ITN in the UK and RTE in Ireland. Based from Lyons in France, Euronews brings you the stories that are important to Europe. Watch Euronews free online via watchtvnow.co.uk for a different perspective on the news.
Euronews - You can find the latest new on this TV channel Watch Euronews on your laptop, ipad or phone. No subscription needed, free livestream. Euronews covers the latest news. Available in multiple languages.
Programme:Brussels Bureau, Euronews Livestreambusiness Planet, Business Weekly, Cinema, Europe Weekly, Focus, For Children In War, Futuris, Generation Y, Hi-Tech, Innovation, Interview, I Talk, Learning World, Le Mag, Metropolitans, Right On, Terra Viva, Target, Space, Silent Disasters, Speed, Science.