The four French public broadcasters (France Télévisions, Radio France, INA and France 24) are coming together to launch a common news service on September 1. This will involve the merger of some websites and the launch of a new TV channel to create a truly cross-platform offering. Last week, the broadcasters announced that the service would be called "France Info". The logo was revealed at the same time, featuring a simple wordmark and two yellow dots.
The name "France Info" is shared with Radio France's radio news channel which will apparently continue as before, although I'm not clear on how the two services will be separated.
The audio identity will reportedly be created by none other than Jean-Michel Jarre.
Identité visuelle de l'offre d’info publique par @francetele @radiofrance @France_MM @Ina_audiovisuel #chaineinfohttps://t.co/V8nzls7IHg— France Télévisions (@Francetele) July 11, 2016