Euronews has set up a dedicated studio “at the heart of the European Parliament” aimed at connecting Brussels to the rest of Europe.
‘The Bridge’ is launched on the day the European Parliament votes on the Brexit withdrawal agreement, offering viewers across the world increased coverage of the daily news from Brussels.
Euronews journalists will conduct interviews and host mini debates from The Bridge, with the capacity to go live to the studio throughout the day to get the latest reactions to the news.
The Bridge will be available in the different language editions of Euronews, both on TV and via its digital platforms.
Euronews CEO Michael Peters said: “For 27 years, we have been a trusted source on European news. Our European viewers consistently rate us as the ‘most relevant’ international news channel and our impartiality is unanimously recognised and valued.
“Empowering people to form their own opinion by offering a diversity of viewpoints is at the heart of our mission: The Bridge helps us go further in this mission, by giving even more air-time to the diversity of viewpoints represented in the European institutions.”