Laurent Delahousse takes a shine in the 8 p.m. news on France 2

Laurent Delahousse takes a shine in the 8 p.m. news on France 2

Since the TF1 news was brought forward to 7:15 p.m., Anne-Claire Coudray has lost speed. For his part, Laurent Delahousse takes a shine.

TF1 disrupts its program

The World Cup in Qatar is in full swing. So no one wants to miss a beat of what’s going on there. And it’s not the French who will contradict us. Besides, TF1 was even forced to adjust its program schedule.

Indeed, as it is the channel that broadcasts the World Cup, it must be up to it so as not to disappoint all football fans in the country. So, she decided to suspend some of her programs for a while. But she also decided to change the schedules of other programs. Thus, the JT was advanced.

Anne-Claire Coudray in free fall

Because of the broadcast of the World Cup, TF1 brought the news to 7:15 p.m. Thereby, the audience was 3.71 million viewers. This represents 22.6% of the entire public. But, while that’s a big number, it’s a drop in viewership from the previous week’s numbers.

In effect, Anne-Claire Coudray has just lost 10.8 points. On his side Laurent Delahousse continues to update viewers at 8 p.m. Thus, he had 26.7% of the entire audience. But he too, if we refer to his figures of November 26, experienced a decline of 2.6 points.

Telethon, a problem for France 2

Since its appearance, France 2 had to mobilize part of its antenna on Telethon. In effect, the latter took 10% of its market between 10:25 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. This is also the case between 6:40 p.m. and 7:44 p.m. But fortunately Laurent Delahousse, presenter of the JT 20 hours is there.

In effect, it was he who allowed France 2 to limit the losses caused by this situation. The reporter broke a season record with 1:15 p.m. on Sunday.

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