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On 25 February 2015, a new signal named TV5Monde Brésil was launched, broadcasting its programming in Portuguese subtitles.On the evening of 8 April 2015, TV5Monde was the victim of a cyberattack by a hacker group known as "Cyber Caliphate", which claimed to have ties to the terrorist organization Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).On 18 December 1985, TV5 was amongst the first four channels carried by cable television in France, inaugurated in Cergy-Pontoise.Following its privatisation in 1987, TF1 retired from the TV5 consortium, although it continued to supply its programmes to the channel up until 1995.Also part of the changes are a new schedule and new program line-up.Since 1993, "TV5 Monde" is part of the channel's corporate name.The hackers breached the broadcaster's internal systems in what director Yves Bigot described as an "unprecedented" attack, overriding TV5Monde's broadcast programming for over three hours, with service only partially restored in the early hours of the following morning.The hackers also hijacked TV5Monde's Facebook and Twitter pages to post the personal information of relatives of French soldiers participating in actions against the organization, along with messages critical of President François Hollande, arguing that the January 2015 terrorist attacks were "gifts" for his "unforgivable mistake" of partaking in conflicts that "[serve] no purpose".
In 2009, TV5Monde split its Asia-Pacific signal into two, one of them being TV5Monde Asie, a feed for territories located between GMT 8 (Hong Kong) and GMT 12 (New Zealand).
In early 1999, TV5 split its European signal into two, with the launch of TV5 France Belgique Suisse, a signal specific to Francophone Europe (France, Belgium, Switzerland, Monaco, Luxembourg etc.).
TV5 Europe continued to serve the wider continental audience.
TV5 was formed on 2 January 1984, under the guidance of Claude Cheysson, French Minister for Foreign Affairs, and by TV5 President Serge Adda by five public television channels: TF1, Antenne 2, and FR3 from France, the Swiss Television Suisse Romande and the Belgian RTBF.
The "5" from the name TV5 comes from these five public broadcasters.
A meeting with ministers from TV5 in Vevey, Switzerland, gave a mandate to the channel’s council of cooperation in order to reform the structure of the channel, in view of creating a unique worldwide channel.