Sunday, November 15, 2015

Bombings in Paris: the world of grieving media – Le Figaro

The editors of France 24, Inrocks, Canal + and D17 lost journalists during the attack Bataclan.

They are among the 129 dead. Like other victims, their names will be remembered. Gradually, as the identities of the wounded and dead are revealed, the media discovered, too, they are the heart of grief. Thus, like many families, France 24, Inrocks, Canal + and D17 are affected by the tragedy.

On Saturday, the writing of Inrockuptibles announced after several hours of research on social networks, that William B. Decherf, journalist specializing in metal music, is among the victims the shooting of Bataclan. In a statement on its website, the magazine wrote: “All the newspaper is upset by her disappearance. Our thoughts are with his family and loved ones. “He was the father of a little girl and was 43 years old.

Later, Roselyne Febvre, a journalist with France 24, paid tribute on his Twitter account to Mathieu Hoche, who died in the attacks. “He was young he had a 6 year old. All unfortunate for him and all the victims, “she wrote.

In the evening, we also learned that Gregory F., music programmer for the D17 chain, also part of the victims.

Sunday, Ali Baddou praised Fanny Minot. She was editor for the issue of Extra Canal + and was present at the Bataclan. Hugo Clément, the Petit Journal, announced the terrible news

The team of Grand Journal Canal + is also affected. In a tweet, the show wanted to make its full support to Johan.

The Mercury label, which include care of the promotion of Eagles of Death Metal, who played on Friday at the Bataclan, also paid a heavy price.

The player Lassana Diarra, now at Stade de France in kamikaze explosions, said it had lost a cousin. The OM player delivered a message of gathering and solidarity on social networks.

These names are unfortunately a small part of the deceased or injured in these attacks. Several people of newspaper offices, French radio and television are also affected by this tragedy, personally. Writing TVMAG and joins the grief of the families and provides support to all victims.


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