Since the beginning of the week, the announcements of departures follow one another at Europe 1. This Friday, our colleagues from La Lettre de l'Audiovisuel advance that Matthieu Belliard would not be renewed at the start of the school year.

The morning host has been on the air since his arrival in 2018, replacing Nikos Aliagas.


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revealed that Anne Roumanoff had also been thanked.

She will present the latest issue of It's good, her daily show, on July 2.

The day before, it was Pascale Clark who announced "without surprise but with sadness" via her Twitter account that

In stroll

with would not appear in the schedules of programs of Europe 1 at the start of the school year.

The journalist indicated that the management had given her no reason to explain this decision. 

In addition, Monday, Julian Bugier had let it be known in the columns of the


that he was leaving the radio where he had been providing the info section from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. for a few months in order to devote himself to the

13 Hours

of France 2.

A complicated period

These departures occur while Europe 1 is struggling to stop the decline in audiences.

The resort launched a voluntary departure plan in the spring to straighten out its accounts.

In May, the management also announced to its employees that it wanted to strengthen the links between the radio and CNews, the news channel of the Canal + group, whose parent company Vivendi is controlled by Vincent Bolloré, also the main shareholder of Lagardère.

The employees of the station fear to see Europe 1 pass under the control of Vincent Bolloré, because of the editorial line of CNews, considered very right, and the methods of management at Canal +, where journalists in disagreement with the management were pushed out or fired.


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