|Slogan||Quoi qu'il arrive (Whatever happens)|
|Picture format||720p HDTV|
(downscaled to letterboxed 480i for the SDTV feed)
|Owner||Canadian Broadcasting Corporation|
|Sister channels||CBC News Network|
Ici Radio-Canada Télé
|Launched||January 1, 1995|
|Former names||Réseau de l'information (1995-2014)|
|Available on most cable systems||Channel slots vary on each provider|
|Bell Satellite TV||Channel 126 (SD)|
Channel 1882 (HD)
|Shaw Direct||Channel 730 (SD)|
Channel 394 /219 (HD)
|Bell Aliant Fibe TV||Channel 803 (SD)|
Channel 903 (HD)
|Bell Fibe TV||Channel 117 (SD)|
Channel 1117 (HD)
|Bell MTS||Channel 139 (SD)|
|Optik TV||Channel 8053 (SD)|
Channel 2053 (HD)
|SaskTel||Channel 273 (SD)|
|Telus Quebec||Channel 15 (SD)|
Channel 515 (HD)
|VMedia||Channel 613 (HD Ontario)|
Channel 36 (HD Quebec City)
|Zazeen||Channel 202 (HD)|
|Ici RDI's website||Live video|
Ici RDI (stylized ICI RDI) is a Canadian French-language specialty news channel owned by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (known in French as Société Radio-Canada). The channel began broadcasting on January 1, 1995 as Réseau de l'information (English: Information Network). It is the French-language equivalent of CBC News Network.
Ici RDI is distributed on basic cable and satellite television to 9.8 million homes, including two million in Quebec and seen each week by half-million English viewers. The channel has mandatory carriage status for viewers outside Quebec.
Ici RDI relies on the news-gathering resources of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation:
Ici RDI provides news, business, weather and sports information on Air Canada's inflight entertainment and is seen in five major Canadian airports as RDI express. Ici RDI is likewise responsible for continuous news updates available on all public screens in the Montreal Subway System.
According to the Canadian Communication's Monitoring report - Broadcasting System 2014, there are 11.1 million subscribers to the channel and revenue of $54.6 million. 
Ici RDI broadcasts full newscasts at the top of each hour and headlines every half hour from the newsroom of Maison Radio-Canada in Montreal and Quebec City. Le Téléjournal Midi is broadcast each weekday at noon and the main evening news bulletin Le Téléjournal/Le Point every evening live at 9:00 p.m. (eastern). These bulletins are also seen on the main French-language television network, Ici Radio-Canada Télé. The channel covers major events live from around the world, relying on a staff interpreter for simultaneous translation from English to French whenever necessary. It also rebroadcasts the main supper-hour bulletins from CBVT-DT Quebec City, CBAFT-DT Moncton and CKTV-DT Saguenay.
The channel also broadcasts factual programs in the form of food program L'épicerie, current affairs in Les Grand Reportages (The Big Reports), science in Découverte (Discovery) and Tout le Monde en Parlait - a look back at past culture seen through the eyes of current events. During the weekend there is a greater amount of these programs, much in the same format as its English-language counterpart, the CBC News Network.
Ici Radio-Canada Télé Productions:
Former Governor General Michaëlle Jean hosted programs for both the English and French language CBC networks. She presented Grands Reportages on Ici RDI and The Passionate Eye on CBC News Network as well as having her own talk show, called Michaëlle. She also served as a substitute anchor on Le Téléjournal.
As with Ici Radio-Canada Télé, all programming aired on RDI began being produced in widescreen (and letterboxed on all standard definition feeds) on September 10, 2007. On May 2, 2008, RDI launched a high-definition simulcast, RDI HD.