Béatrice Schönberg

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Béatrice Schönberg
Born Béatrice Szabo
(1953-05-09) 9 May 1953 (age 63)
Paris, France
Nationality French
Occupation Journalist
Employer La Cinq (1987–1992)
France 2 (1997–2007)
Spouse(s) Jean-Louis Borloo (m. 2005)

Béatrice Schönberg (née Béatrice Szabo; 9 May 1953) is a French television journalist. She anchored the newscasts on La Cinq from 1987 to 1992 and on France 2 form 1997 to 2007.

She was formerly married to the musician and composer Claude-Michel Schönberg.

On 21 July 2005 she married the French politician Jean-Louis Borloo at Rueil-Malmaison, Hauts-de-Seine. The journalists' union SDJ (Société des journalistes) then called for her resignation.

In September 2006, France 2 announced they had come to an agreement with Ms. Schönberg. Effective 25 February 2007, she was replaced by Laurent Delahousse, but would continue with the network as the host of a prime-time science program. She did not return after the second part of the presidential election in May 2007 because her husband was given a cabinet post in President Nicolas Sarkozy's government.[1]

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  1. ^ TV wives pay the price of jobs for the boys. Daily Telegraph. May 27, 2007. Accessed July 2, 2008.

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