Media and telecoms
The Group is now present in free press, digital media, market research and cinema and television logistics, and in the telecoms sector with 4G licenses covering the whole of France and with the Internet access provider, Wifirst.
CNews (ex-Cnews Matin)
Cnews, free daily of information, frees the main part of the current events. Distributed nearly 900 000 copies (OJD in January -December 2017) in the main French cities, it collects every day about 2.2 million readers (ACPM One 2016-2017 LNM). With its digital offer, Cnews is accessible all day long.
For some more of closeness, it also commes in regional publishing thanks to an exclusive alliance with the groups of the Regional daily press.
Bolloré Télécoms is an operator holding 3.5 GHz licenses throughout France, and is closely involved with the work of the international harmonization and standardization bodies and, in respect, is working on the development of 5G technologies in that frequency band.
Subsidiary of Bolloré Group, Wifirst is an international internet operator. Wifirst develops the first platform of very high speed WiFi network, via optical fiber or ADSL, in collective places: student residences, hotels, holiday residences, companies, defense bases. In early 2018, Wifirst had over 650,000 households Under contract and was operating nearly 140,000 Wi-Fi hotspots.
The Bolloré Group also runs the Mac-Mahon cinema, one of the premier venues for movie enthusiasts in France.
In the video games segment, the Bolloré Group holds a stake of more than 21% in Bigben Interactive, the leading European distributor of games and gaming accessories.