The scene lasts only a few minutes, it takes place in 2015 when Vincent Bolloré, after taking the helm of Canal+, orchestrates the big replacement of the management team. He summons one of the eminent executives “Everyone tells me you’re the best, but that doesn’t mean we’re going to work together. Nothing personal. Your replacement is much less good but I like working with people like me. »
Hanouna or the dangers of tele-populism
Meaning: people whose loyalty I have felt. This cardinal requirement of Bolloré, Cyril Hanouna made it his own with ease because he himself asks as much of his people. When, on November 10, in his program “Touche pas à mon poste! on C8, LFI deputy Louis Boyard links the migratory phenomenon to Western predation in Africa and takes the example of “Bolloré who deforested Cameroon”, Hanouna rises instantly. The entertainer becomes a watchdog: “Do you know that you are in the Bolloré group here? – Yeah. – What are you doing here, then? » And here he is spraying insults at Boyard, his former columnist, this traitor, now – a detail he seems to have forgotten – elected by the Republic. Hanouna’s outrageousness signs his loyalty to Bolloré but has put him under the spotlight of Arcom, the audiovisual regulator: an independent reporter will decide to initiate any legal proceedings.
This loyalty is not that of a model employee anxious to keep his job. She has nothing to do with you
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