Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Morandini : the direction of i>télé meeting of the strikers on Wednesday – The Parisian

Csome journalists talk about “a key moment”. The number two in the group Canal+, Maxime Saada, will meet Wednesday morning to journalists, i>tv, to discuss the future of the chain. The writing, on strike since Monday, demanding the suspension of Jean-Marc Morandini, and more ways to revive the hearing, which is stagnating under the 1%. The facilitator controversial – he is indicted for “corruption of a minor, aggravated” and subject to an investigation for sexual harassment – embodies a line too close to the entertainment, according to many journalists.

To read : Morandini, against all the odds

Antoine Genton, president of the Society of Journalists (SdJ) and presenter of JT, said to be “quite worried of what will become” i>tele-given the presence of the antenna Morandini, “in which the rigour and the seriousness can be questioned”. Another possible sign of a shift editorial to entertainment, the brothers Bogdanov have been recently received by the leaders. The number two in the group Channel should, therefore, lift the veil on the new strategy of the chain, renamed Cnews from Monday. An anonymous source adds that it should “probably have to come with the human resources directorate to provide initial conditions, as many wish to leave” the writing.

The management has reiterated its support to the facilitator maligned. For those who refuse to work with him, she has opened a possibility for a “conscience clause”, with allowances. But Jean-Marc Morandini is not the only cause of discontent within the editorial board, which will vote on the reappointment or not of his hunger strike after meeting Maxime Saada. In June already, first strike four days had been conducted to protest against the announced reduction of a quarter of the workforce.

VIDEO. Morandini on i>tele : the editorial goes on strike

Leparisien.fr with AFP

> I>tele : Jean-Marc Morandini is expected to switch in the morning

> Morandini, as if nothing had happened


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