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The state is hence still very present in the written press (via a recently renewed system of subsidies), the TV (with France Televisions as a major actor and its president almost directly appointed by the state), the radio (Radio France group has two stations in the top five in terms of audience), the cinema (with a complex system of subsidies handled by the National Cinematographic Center, or the CNC), and more recently on the Internet (with regulations on cultural products, downloading and property rights known as Hadopi).
State-level decisions regarding French media are thus awaited with impatience and are often very important moments.
As in many developed countries, the written press in France is encountering a crisis.
Global profits were down 2.3 percent in 2008 to 10.6bn euro, thanks to a drop in advertising revenues (now accounting for 43.8 percent of industry revenue).
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France is a highly developed and technologically advanced country, with a population of 64.3 million as of 2009.
These figures include 4.9 million immigrants, a third coming from Europe (Portugal, Poland, Italy), another third from Maghreb, 12 percent from sub-Saharan Africa and 17 percent from the rest of the world, mainly Asia (Turkey included).
A French household has an average budget of 2,270 euro a year for media and multimedia spending.
From this, 50 percent goes to mobile phone subscription, 32 percent to the equipment (TV, computers) and 18 percent to printed press, the cinema and digital content (2008).
The present media landscape in France has its cultural roots in the postwar period, when the state decided to regulate an industry that lost credit after the collaborationist Vichy regime.
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