Touting itself as “Europe’s No. 1 news channel,” Euronews provides a multilingual look at news from around the world. While the news service does have some American ownership—NBC News has a 25% stake in the service—it’s a place you go to get a perspective that’s decidedly different from American news channels.
Euronews started in 1993 in France but has reach throughout the continent and broadcasts in 12 different languages (with seven of those available if you go the Roku route). Here’s what you need to know to stream Euronews.
Stream Euronews live: 2 ways to watch Euronews online
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If you have Roku, you already know there are a number of channels you can access through the Channel Store, including some intriguing news options. Euronews is part of a list that also includes ABC News, Bloomberg Television, CBSN, Fox News, NBC News, Newsweek, Newsy, and a number of local news channels.
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