Euronews: Guillaume Dubois new Chief Executive Officer

Euronews’ Board of Directors, which met under the chairmanship of Michael Peters, has approved the appointment of Guillaume Dubois as Chief Executive Officer of Euronews, Europe’s international news channel.

Guillaume Dubois

Source: Euronews

Mr. Dubois will take over the executive management of the company as of 18th June, following the end of Bénédicte Bachs-Scherrer’s term who has held the position on an interim basis since 17th December 2021. Ms. Bachs-Scherrer will remain Chief Financial Officer of Euronews.
The appointment of Guillaume Dubois comes as the sale of the shares of Euronews' majority shareholder MGN to the fund Alpac Capital is due to take place in the next few weeks.

Before joining Euronews, Guillaume Dubois was the Director of Broadcasting for the French 24-hour news channel LCI (TF1 group). Prior to that, he held various positions within the Altice Media group: Managing Editor and then Managing Director (from 2005 to 2016) of the all-news channel BFMTV; Managing Director of BFM Business (from 2003 to 2016); Deputy Managing Director and then Chairman and CEO of L'Express Group (2016-2018). A graduate of Sciences-Po Paris, Guillaume Dubois is also the author of "Priorité au direct" (Plon, 2015).
Euronews is an international 24-hour news channel, with a leading position on the European market, broadcasting 24/7 and available in 17 languages. Recognised for the reliability of its content, Euronews is distributed in 160 countries and 440 million households worldwide, reaching more than 145 million people each month, both on TV and digital platforms, according to the Global Web Index.






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