MediaWatch is our take on the stories big and bizarre in newspapers, on news websites, blogs and on social media. We also look at stories about how the media functions and how it’s evolving in today’s society. Presented by James Creedon, tune in at 8.45 pm and 10.22 pm Paris time.
MEDIAWATCH FRANCE, Tues, 16/8/2011: We look at the latest developments in the Strauss-Kahn scandal. Nafissatou Diallo's lawyer speaks to French weekly L'Express. Also, we take a look at the sometimes overly-cosy relationship between politicians and journalists. Finally the French-style kiss on each cheek: a greeting that creates tension between France and Germany?
MEDIAWATCH FRANCE, Thurs. 11/8/2011: Using a fictional series in Le Monde as source material, The Daily Mail caused Société Générale's stocks to plumment yesterday, by claiming that the bank was on the brink of collapse.
MEDIAWATCH, Tuesday, 9/8/2011. We look at videos and photos posted by looters in London as well as how they organise themselves using social media and mobile phones. However, the police and civil society are fighting back and are also making use of social media.
MEDIAWATCH, Monday, 9/8/2011: What are the motivations for the London riots? Are rioters "mindless" or are there real social causes behind the chaos? We look at some of the analysis in the British and French media.
MEDIAWATCH FRANCE, Fri. 5/8/2011. More on Christine Lagarde's legal woes; Marine Le Pen backs up her father's controversial declaration on the Norway killings; the French far-right distances itself from Breivik; and a fugitive from French justice puts a mocking video online.