Tuesday, November 15, 2016

VIDEO. Strike to i-Télé : Audrey Azoulay considers the conflict “far too long” – Franceinfo

The strike, to i-Télé has entered its fifth week. Asked Tuesday 16 November on the conflict in the chain of continuous information, Audrey Azoulay has held “far too long”. the “A conflict really much too long”, said the minister of Culture and Communication on France Inter, referring to a “sad record” about this strike is unprecedented in the history of the audiovisual industry since may 1968.

“It seems to me that the claims [of employees] are not extravagant.

Audrey Azoulay

France Inter

It has stressed that “the corporate media is not a business like any other”. minister has to be recalled that the charter of ethics and the committee of independence, one of the claims of the staff of the channel of the Canal+ group, will be made mandatory in the companies of the press by the new law on pluralism and media independence published Tuesday in the official Journal.

The representatives of the employees and management of i-Tv have passed away in the night from Monday to Tuesday, after eight hours of negotiations without reaching an agreement. The discussions should resume in the morning.

in Addition to the charter of ethics, employees are demanding, including the appointment of a chief editor of the independent of the director-general. Serge Nedjar, who currently serves this dual role, was shown these last days the tensions in the essay.

that Began on October 17, the strike now exceeds in duration the one that had paralyzed Radio France in 2015 (29 days). The channel i-Télé belongs to the Canal+ group, of which the business man Vincent Bolloré is the largest shareholder.

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