SAccording to our information, there should not be a common political interview broadcast simultaneously on Europe 1 and on the CNews news channel, owned by the Vivendi group, the largest shareholder of Lagardère, the parent company of fishing radio. At least at the start of September, the shareholders of the two media may be able to agree between now and January, as part of the alliance which should be announced soon, as we revealed on Tuesday. Because the idea of a device that would imitate the one developed for years by RMC and BFMTV for the interview conducted by Jean-Jacques Bourdin remains interesting in terms of impact.
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Both Sonia Mabrouk and Laurence Ferrari will keep their respective political talks which take place at the same time in the morning: 8:15 a.m. At Europe 1, the interview led over 11 minutes (8:16 to 8:27) by Sonia Mabrouk has won nearly 200,000 listeners since the start of the school year. “It is a real satisfaction, it continues to progress”, confided Constance Benqué, CEO of Lagardère News, during the publication of the last wave of Médiamétrie hearings. Between January and March, the journalist’s interview was listened to by around 800,000 listeners. It sometimes touches the 850,000 faithful. “I hope one day to reach the million listeners, it is my goal”, indicates to the Point Sonia Mabrouk, who hopes to gain a few more minutes of interview.
Building on its success, the latter will be entrusted with the orders of the Great Rendezvous, today hosted by Michaël Darmon, who would depart from the station, and broadcast on Sundays at 11 a.m. in partnership with CNews and The echoes. The journalist will therefore have two programs on CNews: the Midi News that she runs from Monday to Friday between 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. and on Great Rendezvous, Sunday, at 11 a.m. “This is great news, because she is a very good journalist”, we rejoice at the channel of the Canal + group.
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Will Laurence Ferrari leave Radio Classique?
For her part, Laurence Ferrari will keep her political interview at 8:15 a.m. for the start of the school year, which normally attracts 300,000 to 400,000 viewers – but has dropped in recent days of good weather to around 250,000 fans, audiences dropping. often depending on the weather. “She is the best to host the CNews political interview,” argues Serge Nedjar, CEO of CNews. It remains to be seen if Laurence Ferrari, whose name is mentioned to take a time slot in Europe 1 and who currently drives Punchline, from Monday to Friday at 5 p.m., will stay or not between 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. on Radio Classique with its program Stage Door. She must give her answer in the coming days to the management of the LVMH group radio. The ball is therefore in his court.