Why Political Parties’ Journalist Recruitment is Accelerating (And Concerning)

Why Political Parties’ Journalist Recruitment is Accelerating (And Concerning)

“Hey I’m back!” With these words, political columnist Marie-Eve Malouines celebrated her comeback, Monday 3 October, on Twitter. But in a very specific position and in a company that is unprecedented, to say the least, given that the former voice of France info has just been appointed… Director of Communications Republican (LR). An atypical career end for the experienced political journalist, author of several books and President of The Parliamentary Channel (LCP) until 2018. Two weeks earlier, it was former Cnews journalist Loïc Signor, in charge of covering the Elysée since 2017, who came as speaker for “Renaissance”, the brand new macronist formation discovered by its founder Stéphane Stayed. The former columnist justifies his move with the desire to get involved in politics to “defend his values” and “without a press card”. President of the Republic.

last but not least, Victor Chabert, 26, a journalist with Europe 1, was hired as Marine Le Pen’s private spokesman on October 4. His job so far? Covering the National Rally of Marine Le Pen…

Reference: www.challenges.fr

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