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Hatton Cross3,370 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Central (West) Midlands Today
Ahh - That's the lovely Emile, who does the sport when Gregor can't/doesn't want to on Tele Matin.

So, there is a reusing of France Television on air staff - not only in the same day (as I've wondered) - but even in the same timeslot.
I guess that was pretty much the same sports news she presented over on France 2, a little over 25 mins earlier..
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London Lite11,074 posts since 4 Jan 2003
London London
Ahh - That's the lovely Emile, who does the sport when Gregor can't/doesn't want to on Tele Matin.

So, there is a reusing of France Television on air staff - not only in the same day (as I've wondered) - but even in the same timeslot.
I guess that was pretty much the same sports news she presented over on France 2, a little over 25 mins earlier..


Sport and weather presenters are now shared with Télématin, so they have to walk across to both sets during the shift now.
London Lite11,074 posts since 4 Jan 2003
London London
It may also explain why two of the four France 2 weather presenters work exclusively on the early shift which now includes Franceinfo bulletins. The PM shift presenters don't provide bulletins for the news channel.
London Lite11,074 posts since 4 Jan 2003
London London
The Berlin truck attack has shown how Franceinfo deal with a major breaking news story. They hardly used any of their BBC Three style VT's and instead simulcasted their radio station at x10 and x40 each hour of which the studios have cameras, so could see the presenter and their guests, mixed in with a live feed from Berlin.

The lower third news strap also goes red during breaking news.
Charles590 posts since 11 Nov 2009
BBC World News
Not sure how long they've been doing this, but the way they have the presenter occasionally perch over the desk for the duration of the 13h feels like a cue from franceinfo. Also, count me in as a big fan of M. Marteau.

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London Lite11,074 posts since 4 Jan 2003
London London
Not sure how long they've been doing this, but the way they have the presenter occasionally perch over the desk for the duration of the 13h feels like a cue from franceinfo. Also, count me in as a big fan of M. Marteau.


They started doing it when Marie-Sophie Lacarrau became the permanent replacement for Elise Lucet on the 13H bulletin.