She will not leave the round house.

The outgoing director of France Inter, Laurence Bloch, replaced at the end of August by Adèle Van Reeth, will take the head of the antennas and the strategy of Radio France at the start of the school year, AFP learned from the group on Wednesday, confirming information from



She will replace Dana Hastier, director of antennas and editorial strategy at Radio France since July 2019. According to

Le Figaro

, the latter, former director of France 3, “should join the audiovisual production sector”.

Four decades in radio

Laurence Bloch has spent his entire career with French public radio, ie 42 years.

Under her leadership, France Inter, which she took the reins in May 2014, has become the most listened to radio station in France, dethroning its great rival RTL.

These announcements are part of a broader movement of changes within the public radio group.

In January, Ruddy Aboab and Mathieu Marmouget were appointed to head FIP and Mouv' respectively.


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