To you the news! was a French television program for young people broadcast on France 3 from to .
Presented by Peggy Olmi with Thomas Sotto then with François Barré live, this program was a ten-minute newscast.
|To you the news!|
|Presentation||Peggy olmi and Thomas sotto ( 2000 – 2001 )
Peggy olmi and Francois Barré ( 2001 – 2002 )
|Date of first broadcast||September 4 2000|
|Last broadcast date||June 28 2002|
|Advised audience||For all|
This newscast intended for young people took place live in a virtual setting and was broadcast from France Télévisions studios from Monday to Friday around 5.30pm.
The program ended on June 28, 2002 and was replaced in September 2002 by My Kanar , another children’s newspaper presented by François Pécheux.
This journal was presented alternately by:
- Peggy Olmi and Thomas Sotto (from September 2000 to June 2001);
- Peggy Olmi and François Barré (from September 2001 to j in 2002).
The editor-in-chief was Pascal Petit (former editor of the magazines Okapi and Junior telerama ).
- Jean-François Bordier (from September 2000 to June 2002)
- “Stud”, a voice-over character. A host that we never saw played this character who, with a naive and curious air, asked Peggy, Thomas, or François questions that the child viewers could have asked.