Man of television, Pascal Josephe died at the age of 68

Director of the antennas of several private or public channels and unsuccessful candidate for the presidency of France Televisions Pascal Josephe died at the age of 68 following a “devastating disease”announced his family to theAFP Sunday, November 20, 2022.

Delphine Ernotte, President of France Televisionswelcomed in a press release “the memory of a lord of public television who had made it his passion and always knew how to translate into action his lofty idea of ​​​​public service with always a desire to be useful to all French people”.

Contribution to the launch of outstanding programs

Consultant to numerous television and media groups, Pascal Josephe was a veteran of the audiovisual sector. He had notably been director of the antennas of several private and public channels (TF1, La 5, France 2 and France 3) and one of the managers of the Carat media agency. He had also founded a consulting firm IMCA (International Media Consultants Associates) in 1994, later bought by the firm NPA.

A close collaborator of Hervé Bourges (former CEO of TF1 and France Télévisions), he had contributed to the launch of significant television programs such as Right of Reply, Taratata, The Circle of Midnight, Froufrou, Lower the Masks, Geopolis or the series The Institute.

In April 2015, when the CSA had to choose a new leader to France TelevisionsDelphine Ernotte narrowly won over Pascal Josephus, after two successive votes which did not allow them to be decided.

Recently, Pascal Josèphe got involved in the Plumm.tv project, a platform dedicated to Mediterranean culture, with Rachid Arhab, former journalist for Francid 2.

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