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(Détours) France: Tapis rouge pour l'extrême droite

Ep. 41

Après des résultats record aux élections européennes, l’extrême droite française est en passe de remporter les législatives. Si certains sont surpris, plusieurs observateurs ont remarqué que les idées d’extrême droite sont omniprésentes dans les médias depuis des années maintenant, notamment sur la chaîne télévisée CNews. Comment se déroule ce processus de banalisation? Quelles stratégies sont employées par les journalistes et les éditorialistes de CNews pour encourager la montée de l’extrême droite? Le journaliste de Médiapart Yunnes Abzouz en parle avec Emilie et démonte, brique par brique, la méthode CNews. Dans la deuxième partie de l’émission, on se tourne vers l’éditorialiste québécois préféré des médias français, et en particulier de CNews: Mathieu Bock-Côté. Yunnes explique comment le chroniqueur, auteur et sociologue emploie les mêmes stratagèmes que CNews, levant le voile sur les ressorts discursifs de la désormais célèbre “méthode MBC”.


After record results in the European elections, the French far right is on the verge of winning the legislative elections. While some are surprised, several observers have noticed that far-right ideas have been omnipresent in the media for years now, notably on the television channel CNews. How does this process of trivialization take place? What strategies are used by CNews journalists and editorialists to encourage the rise of the far right? Médiapart journalist Yunnes Abzouz talks about it with Emilie and dismantles, brick by brick, the CNews method. In the second part of the show, we turn to the favourite Quebec columnist of the French media, and in particular of CNews: Mathieu Bock-Côté. Yunnes explains how the columnist, author and sociologist uses the same stratagems as CNews, lifting the veil on the discourse of the now famous “MBC method’.



Animation : Emilie Nicolas

Générique : Lucie Laumonier (Production), Tristan Capacchione (Production technique), Max Collins (Coordination de production), Karyn Pugliese (Rédactrice en chef) 

Coanimation : Yunnes Abzouz


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