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“‘Télé 7 jours’ had become too serious, at least in the model”, according to Jérémy Parayre, editor-in-chief


“Télé 7 jours” is getting a makeover. The TV magazine, which is the leading magazine sold in France (apart from the daily supplement), is doubling the number of pages devoted to platforms and other new uses such as YouTube and Twitch and is preparing an overhaul of its website to try to catch up with the “Télé Hobbies”.

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Jérémy Parayre has been the editor-in-chief of TV 7 days. This is the first time since its takeover by Daniel Kretinsky’s CMI group that the magazine has evolved with a more pop and more colorful formula. Jérémy Parayre wants a less serious model, a resolutely modern content.

The newspaper remains the best-selling in France with 865,000 copies sold each week. He even offered himself the luxury of overtaking the magazine TVMagazine in terms of audience both in print and on the internet. TV 7 days stay well behind Entertainment TV regarding its website, but the editor is planning a new formula for the site and the application in 2023.

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Participate in the consultation initiated as part of the European project De facto on the Make.org platform. Franceinfo is the partner




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