After having been director of varieties for Antenne 2, Jacqueline Joubert took over the head of the youth unit there in 1977. It is in this role that she discovers and launches the host Dorothée as part of Récré A2 but also the Japanese cartoon Goldorak that she did not really appreciate, she will admit later, or Bibifoc, series French this time, whose debut takes place in the studios of BZZ Films in Ivry-sur-Seine. She then composed a team including William Leymergie, Cabu, Alain Chaufour, Jacky, François Corbier, Marie Dauphin, Zabou Breitman or Charlotte Kady.
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Present on television screens since the mid-1970s, he is notably famous for having presented L’Académie des neuf, Sacrée Soirée produced by Gérard Louvin, Intervilles, Miss France and the game Who wants to win millions? on TF1. He is one of the few presenters to be employed on an indefinite contract with the first French television channel.