Entertainment Sexism: 3 dismissals at France Télévisions after the testimony of Clémentine Sarlat

15:25  01 august  2020
15:25  01 august  2020 Source:   programme-television.org

We are not in bed: Léa Salamé returns for the last one!

 We are not in bed: Léa Salamé returns for the last one! The journalist from France Inter and France Télévisions returns after four years of absence, for the last issue of "On n'est pas couché".

An advert for the state TV network France 3 boasts about the number of female presenters in its ranks.

PARIS — Calling French society “sick with sexism ,” President Emmanuel Mr. Macron said the powers of France ’s television and radio watchdog would be extended to cover video games and online content as way to push back against pornography and content that promotes violence against women.

Victim of moral harassment and sexism, Clémentine Sarlat had confided in "L'Équipe" last April. France Télévisions then opened an internal investigation.

Amber Heard: 'Johnny Depp trial was painful for me' .
Amber Heard has had the final word as her ex-husband Johnny Depp's libel trial came to a close on Tuesday, revealing it was painful to relive the break-up of their relationship in a London court. The actress issued a statement to the media on the steps of the Royal Courts of Justice in the Strand after Depp's case against The Sun newspaper concluded. Heard spent much of last week testifying, alleging her ex was abusive towards her throughout their relationship, with Depp counter-claiming he was the victim of his ex-wife's tantrums. Heard told the media: "I travelled to the U.K. to testify in these proceedings as a witness to assist the Court.

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