Tuesday October 10th, 2017

Since August 1st, 2017, Tahiti Nui TV, the local Polynesian channel set up in 2000 by the French Polynesia government, is available in metropolitan France on Free IPTV services, aiming to be visible on Orange’s and Bouygues’ by the end of 2017.


For Tahiti Nui TV, Pixagility has implemented a turnkey service enabling editorial teams based in Papeete to pilot the channel programming remotely via a simple web interface.

The programs, in particular the daily newscasts, are transferred overnight and broadcast the next day in mainland France, aiming to promote Polynesian culture and highlight the richness and beauty of Tahiti.
The playout server and the teams operating the service are based in Boulogne in Pixagility’s premises.

« Pixagility is particularly proud to contribute to the Polynesian culture promotion and is delighted to allow the French metropolitan viewers to follow the Tahitian news. This new success with Tahiti Nui TV is helping to strengthen the global Hub of Francophone and African content that Pixagility develops with its network of partners and customers » said Ronan Lunven, President of Pixagility.


About Tahiti Nui TV: Local channel created on June 29th, 2000, by the French Polynesia government, Tahiti Nui TV is available throughout French Polynesia via digital terrestrial television and via the Tahiti Nui Satellite (TNS). It broadcasts local programs produced by the channel (magazines, entertainment, cultural and sporting events), and news programs in French and Tahitian..
About Pixagility: Pixagility, new worldwide Hub for french-speaking and African contents, provides an innovative multi-services digital platform that helps its clients in optimizing the value of their video contents. Pixagility works with TV broadcasting companies, telecom operators, internet operators and any companies which own video contents.