Lettres d'information

Choisissez ce que vous souhaitez recevoir :

Merci de renseigner votre adresse de messagerie électronique :


Votre adresse email ne sera utilisée que dans le cadre de campagnes d'information ITER Organization auxquelles vous êtes abonné. ITER Organization ne communiquera jamais votre adresse email et autres informations personnelles à quiconque ou dans le cadre d'informations commerciales.

Si vous changez d'avis, il vous est possible de vous désinscrire en cliquant sur le lien 'unsubscribe' visible dans vos emails provenant d'ITER Organization.

Pour plus d'information, veuillez consulter notre Politique de confidentialité.

Actu & Médias


Of Interest

See archived articles


Pour les actualités en français, voir la page Actus & Médias.

ITER on television!

The TLP crew busy shooting the next programs. (Click to view larger version...)
The TLP crew busy shooting the next programs.
For two weeks now, the local TV channel Télé Locale Provence (TLP) has been broadcasting the first program of a series entitled "Une énergie pour notre avenir" (Energy for our future). The series started off with "La fusion pour quoi faire?" (Fusion, what for?) which aired 36 times between Saturday 28 March and Friday 17 April and was also accessible through the TLP web site. The second program in the series, "La fusion, mode d'emploi" (Fusion, instructions for use), will begin to air on 1 May.

"La fusion pour quoi faire?" dealing with ITER and the issue of energy has drawn an exceptionally large audience. The program was broadcast simultaneously through hertzian airwaves and on the Terrestrial Digital Network (TNT). "Everywhere I go the people I meet talk to me about this program," says Sébastien Galaup, TLP programs director. "They want to know more. I tell them to be patient— there will be 8 to 10 programs in the whole series, each dealing with a specific aspect of the ITER Project."

Since the series began airing, the ITER link on the TLP web site has been accessed an average of 510 times a day. "This is an exceptional number, among the highest we've ever had," says Galaup.

The ITER programs will remain accessible on the Internet at http://www.tlp.fr/. DivX Web Player must be downloaded and installed to view the program (follow the link on the site's opening page).

return to Newsline #78