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Claire Léost: “Prisma Media will launch three new magazines, including “Harper's Bazaar””

2022-09-26T20:22:44.431Z

INTERVIEW – The president of the press group Prisma Media, owned by Vivendi, has to deal with the numerous departures of journalists from a flagship title, “Capital”.



A year after her arrival as president of Prisma Media, Claire Léost presents to

Le Figaro

the major projects awaiting the leading magazine press group in France (

Télé Loisirs

,

Here is

,

Current Woman

,

Capital

,

Geo

and

Gala

).

The one who now sits on the executive board of Vivendi must develop the digital strategy of the group (which recorded in 2021 a turnover of 309 million euros), while managing the departures of part of its 1,200 employees.

LE FIGARO.

- You face the departure of more than a hundred journalists with the transfer clause.

Do you hear the fears surrounding shareholder interventionism?

Claire LEOST.

-

I am not surprised by the number of journalists who have decided to leave in recent months.

Because in reality, since the creation of Prisma Media, in 1978, no departure plan had been put in place by the former shareholder... Thus, I believe that on the arrival of Vivendi the opening of the disposal represented an opportunity…

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Source: lefigaro

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