Is English on the way out? That’s the question being asked across Europe as the United Kingdom prepares to exit the European Union. Why should its remaining member states continue to speak English, when only Ireland and Malta use English as their first language? Shouldn’t another language – dare we suggest French – take the place of English? We discuss this with Karen Massin, CEO of the public affairs and communications agency Burson Cohn & Wolfe, based in Brussels.

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France 24 consists of three separate TV channels which broadcast in French, English and Arabic 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They share the same mission of providing a global public service and a common editorial stance. The website is also available in three languages. The journalists from the three channels work together, pooling their expertise.

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