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    Michel Denisot


    Michel Denisot


    Michel Maurice Daniel Denisot (born 16 April 1945) is a French journalist, producer, television host and director of a football club. As of April 2021, Denisot is president of LB Châteauroux. At 15 Denisot began his career of journalist as a correspondent in the local press in Châteauroux. From 1968, he worked on the regional station of the ORTF of Limoges. He worked for stations in Poitiers, Bordeaux and Reims. From 1969, he worked on the gameshow Le Schmilblic, produced and presented by Guy Lux. In 1972, he left Berry for Paris. He integrated the first of ORTF (before TF1). He fetched coffee or orange juice for Jean Lanzi and Jean-Pierre Elkabbach. In 1973, he worked at the third of ORTF (before FR3 and France 3) before returning to TF1 in 1975 to co-host Journal télévisé de 13 heures with Yves Mourousi and Claude Pierrard for 2 and a half years. In 1977, he integrated the sport division of TF1. From 1981 he hosted Téléfoot with Thierry Roland and was a football commentator. In November 1998, he became a Chevalier of the Légion d'honneur, for his actions on Paris Saint-Germain F.C. Source: Article "Michel Denisot" from Wikipedia in English, licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.

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