JT on France 2: Leïla Kaddour-Boudadi in tears announces sad news for the French channel and audiovisual

The presenter of the 1 pm newspaper in France could not hide her emotion this Sunday, November 20, when she announced the death of a person dear to her.

Hard to hold back the tears. This Sunday, November 20, as she was preparing to end the 13:00 news on France 2, Leïla Kaddour-Boudadi could not hide her emotion for her.

“There is news we wish we never had to announce,” he begins. Soon his voice lets itself be carried away, his face stiffens and emotion takes over: “We have learned of the disappearance of Pascal Josephus, a great gentleman of television”, the presenter announces with emotion.

Under the influence of emotion, the reporter is forced to stop and pick up the thread. He then evokes “a great professional who helped launch so many programs such as” Taratata “,” Froufrou “. The president, Delphine Ernotte Cunci, greets this afternoon” a gentleman of public television “.

Despite her palpable sadness, Leïla Kaddour-Boudadi is somehow trying to conclude her announcement: “She was 68 years old and we think of her family, her children and her loved ones. This is the end of this edition. Thank you Have a nice day,” he concluded.

“Lightening Sickness”

Alternately director of the antennas of TF1, La 5, France 2 and France 3 and director of the first Carat media agency, Pascale Josephe was a man of the media. In 1994 he also founded a consultancy company in which he used his audiovisual experience: IMCA. In 2015 he came close to the presidency of France Television against Delphine Ernotte after a very close vote.

His family announced his death today to AFP. His relatives recall “a devastating disease” that took him away at the age of 68.

Delphine Ernotte, the president of France Television paid homage to him in a statement and greeted “the memory of a gentleman of public television who had made it his passion and who always knew how to translate his high idea of ​​public service into action with the desire to always be useful to all French people”.

He was at the origin of well-known programs and programs as Leïla Kaddour-Boudadi recalls: “Right of response”, “Taratata”, “Le Cercle de Minuit”, “Froufrou”, “Bas les Masques”, “Geopolis” or the series ” The Institute”.

On Instagram, Nagui, the current host of ‘Taratata’, paid tribute to ‘a great lord of TV’ forever in his heart.

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