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. 14/2/2012: A cynical student writing in Le Monde says love has been killed by Facebook. Is he right? Also, France awaits the announcement of Nicolas Sarkozy's running for re-election, expected tomorrow. Finally, François Hollande seems to be more pro-business when speaking to the British press than to his own electorate.
MEDIAWATCH FRANCE, Fri. 10/2/2011: We take a look at Sarkozy's Facebook page; Morocco tries to woo François Hollande and finally a stand-off between France and Spain over a French satirical show suggesting all Spanish sports stars take drugs!
MEDIAWATCH FRANCE, Thurs, 9/2/2012: Newsrooms around Paris are on edge waiting for Nicolas Sarkozy's announcement that he's running for re-election. We take a look at some of the buzz. Also, a French fraudster and a tweeting bishop.
MEDIAWATCH FRANCE, Wed. 8/2/2011: We take a look at the Socialists' campaign tune and compare to similar efforts in previous decades. Are campaign jingles becoming increasingly meaningless? Also, journalists play the guessing game as to when Sarkozy will announce his candidacy for re-election. Finally, a French female minister gets "catty"...