Tunisia Culture: Media

Tunisia Culture: Media Last updated on Monday 26th April 2010

There are three French daily newspapers, Le Temps, La Presse, and L'Action. Other international papers can be found in the main cities one day after publication.

Government run radio and TV transmit programmes mostly in Arabic, except for Antenne 2 which is in French. There are no English programmes, but the BBC World Service can be easily picked up.

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