Adèle Van Reeth moves the lines. At the start of the school year, France Inter will inaugurate a new formula for its strategic “7/9”. The historic chroniclers of the morning meeting, Thomas Legrand and Charline Vanhoenacker, are on their way. Yaël Goosz, head of the station’s political service, will indeed inherit “The political editorial”, said Catherine Nayl, director of information for the station, a little earlier in the day to AFP. The comedian Matthieu Noël, currently on Europe 1, would be approached, according to “Le Parisien”, to take over the “Ticket” from his Belgian counterpart.
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The post-morning schedule is also changing. “Le 7/9” will stretch from the start of the school year until 9:30 a.m., after a last half-hour of society magazine, on the time, hosted by Sonia Devillers and Nicolas Demorand. Contrary to what AFP had initially announced, this last installment of 7-9 will not be dedicated to the media and social networks. Of course, it could be “media and social media people“, corrected Catherine Nayl, “but also people who have a link with a social phenomenon, who may have been revealed by the media, who may have suffered from the media or social networks“.
“It will therefore be wider than ‘L’instant M’ and there may be a chronicle“, added the former director of information of TF1. The media program, carried by Sonia Devillers since August 2014, will thus bow out on Friday July 1, announced its host on Twitter. Sonia Devillers will no longer offer no plus his “Media Editorial” in the morning at the start of the school year.This could, on the other hand, continue with a new embodying, next season.
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The schedule hitherto assigned to “Boomerang” (9 a.m. to 9:40 a.m.), the cultural event hosted by Augustin Trapenard, will be pushed back by half an hour, from 9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m., in a “New version“According to our information, the program will leave the studios of the Round House to establish itself outside and in public, in particular with the artists or in a theater.