BFM TV is a private French television station based in Paris. He emerged from the same economic radio stations, which will continue to operate as BFM Business. BFM TV has started on 28 November 2005 as a free channel within the software package TNT and is now freely available as a live stream on the Internet.

The station is run by Alain Weill and is part of the group NextRadioTV, who is also the owner of the radio station BFM and Radio Monte Carlo ( RMC). Known about France, the transmitter was in April 2007 by broadcasting a discussion of presidential candidate Segolene Royal ( PS) and François Bayrou ( UDF / Parti Démocrate ) after other stations had not agreed to take a look.