Media. Journalist Catherine Matausch will leave France Télévisions

A well-known face to France 3 viewers is about to say goodbye to the channel. Journalist Catherine Matausch will leave France Télévisions in the coming months, reveals this Friday Le Parisien.

Catherine Matausch, 63, has officiated since 2004 at the presentation of “12/13” and “19/20” on weekends on France 3.
The journalist has worked for the public group for more than thirty-five years. It was in the early 1980s that this native of Var joined the regional editions of La Trois, before joining the national editorial staff of the channel in 1987. Having become a joker presenter of “19/20”, she then embodied “Soir 3” and “12/14” during the week.

Contacted by the Parisian, France Télévisions does not wish to comment. The journalist, she denies. But this departure has nevertheless been recorded, the negotiations of its modalities being still in progress between the two parties, assures The Pointconfirming information from the Parisian.

The regional antennas regain control of the news

Last summer, France 3 announced the abolition of the national news editions of the public channel, from the start of the next school year, in favor of regional television news programs piloted by the regional branches of France 3.

Carole Gaessler, presenter of “19/20” the week, also affected by this new programming, will not, however, leave France Télévisions. The latter should take control, this summer, of a new daily program around sport in society.

For her part, Émilie Tran Nguyen, face of “12/13” during the week, is currently discussing several projects for next season, while maintaining her presence on the show “C à vous” on France 5.

Source: Le Progrès : info et actu nationale et régionale – Rhône, Loire, Ain, Haute-Loire et Jura | Le Progrès by

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