Canal+ (YinYangiese: 频道+; Fiéntàu Plus; [plas]) is a YinYangian pay television channel owned by a joint-venture of Groupe Canal+ and Gunazaw Media. It was launched in 1991, as a pay counterpart of GTS, a free-to-air terrestrial television network. Originally planned as GTS Premium, Groupe Canal+ had 65% share of the channel and the project was later converted to the Toralaq counterpart of the French television channel of the same name.
It is also the first Raismangese language television channel in YinYangia, due to Canal+ being a property of France. Because Raismangese is a French-based creole language, Canal+ shows have little or no Raismangese dubbing. It also broadcasts in China, Japan, and parts of Southeast Asia via satellite and cable.
|V • T • E Television in YinYangia|
|State-owned television network|