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Bruno PATINO

Dean

 

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Bruno Patino is Sciences Po Journalism School's Dean. He is also the head of the programs at Arte. He was before the digital strategy department at France Televisions. He is the former head of France Culture, and also chaired Télérama as well as Le Monde Interactif. He is a Doctor in Political Sciences, graduated from the IEP (Institute of Political Studies) in Paris and from the “ESSEC” Business School, and has a Master's degree in international relations from Johns Hopkins University. After working on the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), he worked at Le Monde as a correspondent for Chile, and then became deputy head of InfoMatin (a daily newspaper). He went back to Le Monde in 2000 to manage its digital section. He wrote several books: “Pinochet s'en va” (published by IHEAL, 2000), about the transition to democracy in Chile, “Une presse sans Gutenberg” (published by Grasset, 2005), "La Condition numérique" (published by Grasset, 2013) in collaboration with Jean-François Fogel and "Télévisions" (published by Grasset, 2016).

 

 

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Alice ANTHEAUME

Deputy Dean, in charge of investigating new trends in journalism

 

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Alice Antheaume is a journalist. She is Executive Dean at Sciences Po Journalism School and she is in charge of investigating new trends in journalism at Sciences Po University where she teaches classes in digital journalism and digital culture. She designed a website on the digitization of today's newsrooms called W.I.P. (Work In Progress) and wrote two books named "Le journalisme numérique" (published by Les Presses de Sciences Po, 2013 and then in 2016). Alice Antheaume holds a Master's degree and was deputy editor in chief at 20minutes.fr after working at lemonde.fr and Télérama. She is also a columnist (for a weekly TV show called Médias le Magazine on public channel France 5 and now for radio France Inter).

 

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Aurore LE GRIX DE LA SALLE
In Charge of Scholarship

 

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Aurore Le Grix de la Salle is in charge of students programs at Sciences Po School of Journalism. She has a Master's degree in Information and Communication with optional computer graphics. She worked for several radio stations (Radio Classique, BFM and RMC) as a sub-editor and “producer” for  morning programmes.

 

 

  

 

 

 

Marie-Avril HAIM

Managing Secretary

 

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Marie-Avril Haim is a Managing Secretary at Sciences Po Journalism School. Previously, she was a Managing Assistant at EuroDisney for ten years, and then became a writer. She wrote children's books and scripts - she was awarded by the Bayard new talent prize in 2011.

 

 

 

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Managing Technician

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After his work-study training as a sound engineer, during which he worked as a sound director, Aurélien Dumény joined Sciences Po's Broadcasting department in 2004. He then started working on pictures and film editing. As off September 2005, he became more and more involved in the work done at the School of journalism, especially during technical trainings. He's been working as a full-time technician at Sciences Po Journalism School since September 2008. In 2012, he became Apple Certified Final Cut Pro X Trainer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Yann Dereuddre

Broadcasting Technician

 

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Yann Dereuddre has a BTS audiovisuel specialized in ingeniery techniques and image and sound materials. Yann Dereuddre worked as a technician in a local TV station, and had also been cameraman on shooting films. He joined Sciences Po in September 2010 then Sciences Po Journalism School in 2012.