The world's third-largest satellite operator, Eutelsat, has announced details of its initial public offering after an earlier plan fell through.
Eutelsat is making its second attempt at an IPO
The firm will raise 860m euro (£590m; $1.0bn) in the flotation, which shares selling at 12 euros a share, at the low end of its indicative price range.
A month ago, tricky market conditions led it to cancel a flotation attempt.
Shares in Eutelsat, behind Intelsat and SES in the satellite stakes, are due to start trading in Paris on 2 December.
The firm owns 23 satellites and transmits 1,700 television channels across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, including BBC World, CNN and Al Jazeera.
After the flotation, Eutelsat will have a stock market value of about 2.5bn euros, including the 860m euros of new capital.