In another gradual sign of a return to normal, France 2 weather bulletins are back in-vision at 1 and 8pm.
is still being produced by Franceinfo.
They've announced that
will be back on Monday but so far no news as to whether or not Franceinfo (and to extent, the news output on France 2, 3 and the 1ères) will return to their usual schedules, studios and teams. BFMTV is virtually back to normal (bar late evenings and overnights). Regional editions on France 3 are to stay 'grand région' for the summer, possibly until the rentrée in September.
Considering the trailer has Laurent Bignolas in the main F2 news studio, it looks like at the morning shows are reverting to their previous guises, F2 with fluff and the random off-target political interview, while Franceinfo reverts to rolling news.
I'm not expecting TéléMatin to be fully back to normal with people around the desk, they'll probably have Laurent and a columnist around the main desk, with news and weather coming from the video wall area. (News has always come from a secondary desk, but without the walk between the two desks).
Hopefully this also means F3 bulletins including the Paris IDF bulletin return to their main studio using a separate crew instead of utilising F2 resources.