Elisabeth Tchoungui




Born: 1974 (43 yo)
Birth place: Washington, D.C. (USA)

Citizenship : France, Cameroon

Occupation : TV Host, Journalist... , Authors



Summary


Elizabeth Tchoungui, born in Washington DC (USA) is a Franco-Cameroonian writer, journalist and TV host.



Biography


Daughter of François-Xavier Tchoungui, founder of Cameroon's diplomacy, and a French mother, Elizabeth Tchoungui grew up in Cameroon. She then completed his secondary and higher education in France, ESJ Lille, before embarking on a career as a journalist and television presenter. In 2008, she gave birth to a boy named Alexander.

In September 2009, succeeding Karine Le Marchand, it takes the presentation of the magazine The Nursery on France 5, then strong audience erosion. It launches a new format in September 2010 and allows the magazine to reconnect with success until his departure in June 20113.

She was also named in 2007 a full member of the "Images of Diversity" Committee of CNC, under qualified person chosen on the proposal of the Minister of Culture

From September 2011 to June 2012, she is in Previews load, a cultural magazine late evening on France 2. She is the first woman in the history of French media to present a cultural magazine of the second part of the evening. However, the issue has never experienced catastrophic hearings with the public service at this time (1.9% audience share). It has even been beaten by most of the channels TNT6.

Elizabeth Tchoungui was promoted to the rank of Knight of Arts and Letters in 2009




Career:

  • Première télévision à la télévision du Cameroun, CRTV
  • 1997-1999 : elle présente l'émission JTJ des enfants sur la chaîne Canal J.
  • 2000 : Les Écrans du savoir sur la chaîne France 5.
  • 2002 : Ubik sur la chaîne France 5.
  • 2003 : 24h, ça me dit sur la chaîne TV5.
  • 2007 : Afrik'Art sur la chaîne Voyage.
  • 2007 : Elle crée le service culture de France 24 au lancement de la chaîne. Rédactrice en chef du JT de la Culture sur la chaîne France 24, elle présente en février la spéciale pour la 20e édition du Festival panafricain du cinéma de Ouagadougou (Fespaco) en présence de plus de 20 000 spectateurs.


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