Friday morning, for his last “Review of almost” of the season, Nicolas Canteloup renamed, still as mocking (even downright provocative), Europe 1 in “CNews Radio”.
But that day, he didn't necessarily exaggerate the trait.
According to our information, Romain Desarbres, morning worker for the Canal + group's news channel, is strongly expected to present the mid-day section.
"Discussions are underway," confirms a CNews executive.
If they materialize, he would therefore occupy the box of Patrick Cohen, whose departure is almost recorded.
At the height of the strike of the employees of Europe 1, the presenter of "Europe Midi" who had returned in 2017 to embody the morning, had spoken in the General Assembly to denounce "such a level of humiliation and violence for editorial teams ”and qualify the morning hours provided by non-strikers as“ unworthy and indigent ”.
A new model pointed out
A few days later, he put a layer back in front of the headquarters of Lagardère News, pointing to a new model which seeks "to create controversies, fractures, to pit one part of France against the other, including by calls to hatred judged by the courts
(Editor's note: in reference to Eric Zemmour)
”. And to add, applauded by the crowd: “This is what we refuse. "
Romain Desarbres would not be the first CNews face to join Europe 1 at the start of the school year. As we announced, Dimitri Pavlenko, who debates with Eric Zemmour in “Face à l'Info” in addition to the Radio Classique prematinale (which he leaves behind him), will succeed Matthieu Belliard at the presentation of 7 / 9 hours. Another symbol of the rapprochement, Laurence Ferrari, who presents "Punchline", will be on both antennas at the end of the afternoon. In the evening, Mouloud Achour, presenter of “Clique” on Canal +, is also expected for a musical program that would replace “Music! »By Émilie Mazoyer.