RTBF (Radio-Télévision Belge de la Communauté Française) Television started to broadcast in October 1953. It is Belgium’s French-speaking public broadcasting television. Since the very beginning, RTBF covered a wide range of events in Belgium, in any field (news, entertainment, music, History, cultural and scientific magazines, documentaries, sports, etc.) but also outside Belgium, and mainly in central Africa. It currently holds more than 100.000 hours of programming, and of course the catalogue is growing every day: RTBF broadcasts 3 TV Channels (2 terrestrial and one satellite) and 6 Radio Channels. RTBF is an active member of EBU (European Broadcasting Union), FIAT/IFTA (International Federation of Television Archives) and CIRTEF (Conseil International des Radios-Télévisions d’Expression Française, International Council of French-speaking radios and Televisions).