David Pujadas Net Worth, Bio, Wiki

January 1, 2020

David Pujadas Net Worth

How much is David Pujadas worth? For this question we spent 17 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Actors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2020 year – is about $244,6 Million.



David Pujadas information Birth date: December 2, 1964 Birth place: Barcelona, Spain Profession:Actor Spouse:Ingrid Pujadas

Height, Weight

:How tall is David Pujadas – 1,76m.
How much weight is David Pujadas – 53kg


David Pujadas Net Worth
David Pujadas Net Worth
David Pujadas Net Worth
David Pujadas Net Worth


David Pujadas (French: [da.vid py.?a.das], Spanish: [da.??i? pu.??a.?as], Catalan: [d??vit pu??a??s]) was born in Barcelona (Spain), on December 2, 1964, to a Spanish father and a French mother.A former news broadcaster for TF1s LCI, he now is an anchorman on France 2s weeknight newscast, Le Journal de 20 Heures, at 20:00 CET in Metropolitan France. He has anchored these newscasts since September 2001, when he replaced Claude S?rillon, on orders from Olivier Mazerolle, the new France 2 news director.The newscasts Pujadas presents are repeated in Canada on TV5 Monde weeknights at 6:30 North American Eastern Time, and in Australia on SBS at 9:20 weekday mornings.In Metropolitan France, the audience for France 2s flagship evening newscast, at 20%, is less than the 26% audience share garnered by Laurence Ferraris TF1 evening newscast David Pujadas has gone to the middle East for interviews of the Iranian and Syrian Presidents.
Biography,David Pujadas first went to the lycee international de ferney-Voltaire for high school before he graduate of the University of Aix-Marseille and Sciences Po, then he entered Pariss Centre for Journalist Training (CFJ) in 1988.Winner of a reporters contest conducted by Television Francaise 1 (TF1), he became a foreign correspondent there, covering most notably the fall of Nicolae Ceausescu in Romania in 1989, the Gulf War in 1991, and the siege of Sarajevo in 1992. He also presented the morning news and the 23:00 news during holidays of the regular presenters between 1992 and 1993.At the same time, from 1990 to 1994, he carried out research for Charles Villeneuves investigative magazine Le droit de savoir.At the end of June 1994, he joined LCI, TF1s new continuous news channel, where he presented newscasts regularly. Starting in September 1996 he handled the presentation of Le Grand Journal from 18:00 to 19:00. He also created the weekly magazine 100% politique.In September 2001, he replaced Claude Serillon as presenter of France 2s 20:00 news at the request of the new news director Olivier Mazerolle and covered the 9/11 events live on French television.On February 3, 2004, Pujadas announced in the opening of his news programme Alain Juppes official withdrawal from political life, while at the same moment Juppe stated at the end of a long interview on the TF1 show that he would give up his mandates over the course of the next year. Pujadas made his apologies for this error in the edition of the following day, but two days later, following a vote of no confidence by the channels directors, he was sanctioned with two weeks of forced vacation during which he was replaced by his stand-in, Carole Gaessler. On February 11, 2004, Olivier Mazerolle tendered his resignation and was replaced by Arlette Chabot as head editor of France 2.During the 2005–2006 season, Pujadas presented Le Contrat, a monthly political interview on the Parliamentary Channel. He has hosted Madame, Monsieur, bonsoir weekly with Herve Chabalier on France 5 since February 2006.During the 2012 French presidential election, he presented Des paroles et des actes (Words and Deeds), a broadcast in which candidates were confronted to their public image, their economic program, their possible strategies for campaign and to an opposition politician. He has also co-presented with Laurence Ferrari the televised debate between Francois Hollande and Nicolas Sarkozy. Des paroles et des actes continues to be broadcast.David Pujadas is member of the think tank Le Siecle.


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