a studio in the heart of the capital

Founded in 1997, Paris Television Center - whose premises overlook the Arc de Triomphe in the heart of Paris - provides production, broadcasting and transmission services (mobile and fixed) for television channels from all over the world (CNBC, BBC, NBC, DW, ZDF, Arte, France Télévisions, etc.) as well as for corporate clients.
By offering "all-in-one" solutions for over 20 years, Paris Television Center (PTC) has built a unique international network thanks to the technical know-how of its teams and its ability to adapt.

Today, PTC has two studios: one with a green screen for the creation of virtual sets and which can accommodate up to 4 people; and the other, with a real set and screens for the broadcasting of images or graphic elements (fixed or animated), which can accommodate 5 people. These studios are interconnected and linked to the nodal system, allowing worldwide broadcasting for television or on the Internet, via permanent and secure links. PTC can thus ensure the recording of interviews, broadcasts, round tables, debates and conferences, in compliance with the technical characteristics currently in force (HD video format). Not forgetting the use of new communication channels through networks and messaging systems.


John Cressey CEO Paris Television Center

John Cressey

John was the director of photography on 8 feature films in the 80s and 90s and was also a communications consultant to UNESCO. He founded PTC in 1997.