Jean-Pierre Elkabbach

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Jean-Pierre Elkabbach
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Jean-Pierre Elkabbach in 1991
Born (1937-09-29) 29 September 1937 (age 77)
Oran, French Algeria
Occupation Journalist

Jean-Pierre Elkabbach (born 29 September 1937)[1] is a French journalist.

Biography[edit]

Elkabbach was born to an Algerian Jewish family in Oran in 1937, then the prefecture of the département Oran in French Algeria. He began his journalistic career in 1960 as a radio correspondent in Algiers, but having taken part in the strikes of May 1968 he was sidelined and sent to Toulouse. Elkabbach would later spend time in Bonn, Germany before venturing into television news in 1970. From 1993 to 1996 he served as president of France 2 and France 3, from 1999-2009 he was president of the television station Public Sénat, and was at the helm of Europe 1 from 2005-2008.[1]

Elkabbach presents Bibliothèque Medicis on Public Sénat, during which he interviews an eclectic mix of international literati, political leaders, intellectuals and historians.[2]

Works[edit]

Books[edit]

  • Passion et longueur de temps. Éditions Fayard. 1989. ISBN 2-213-02330-1.  (with Édouard Balladur)
  • Taisez-vous Elkabbach !. Éditions Flammarion. 1992. ISBN 2-08-064421-1.  (with Nicole Avril)
  • 29 mois et quelques jours. Éditions Grasset. 1997. ISBN 2-246-54341-X. 

Television[edit]

  • François Mitterrand: conversations avec un président, documentary filmed between April 1993 and June 1994, broadcast on France 2 in May 2001 in five episodes

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Le CV de Jean-Pierre Elkabbach" (in French). Challenges. 2008-06-03. Retrieved 2009-07-28. 
  2. ^ http://www.publicsenat.fr/emissions/bibliotheque_medicis/

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