Ex Mari de Danièle Evenou: Georges Fillioud was a French politician. He was a member of the French government in charge of mass media from 1981 to 1986, under former President François Mitterrand. In 1996, she married Georges Fillioud, journalist and former minister. But he died in 2011. The actress found love on the arm of Jean-Pierre Baiesi, in 2014. In October 2018, Jean-Pierre Baiesi died at the age of 59 from cancer.
Georges Fillioud begins to talk about him in Europe 1: under a fourth Republic ending, then under a fifth emerging, he cut his teeth as a great reporter, before becoming one of the editors-in-chief of the station – then at the height of its prestige. He is not yet 40, and a career on the rise. Until politics tripped him up: in 1966, he was ousted from Europe for having signed a manifesto in favor of the union of the left.
From the liberation of radio waves to the birth of Canal +, from the creation of the ancestor of the CSA to a full political career, the career of Georges Fillioud, journalist and socialist who died Tuesday at the age of 82 from cancer, has marked sustainably the history of the audiovisual industry.
# Ex Mari de Danièle Evenou