Ophélie Meunier has managed to create a place of choice in the French audiovisual scene in just a few years. In fact, the journalist has been presenting the news magazine “Zone Interdite” on M6 since 2016 and was previously the presenter of the program “Le Tube” broadcast on Canal +.
But in addition to television, the young woman has another rope in the bow, that of the radio. During delivery, she hosted the Journal Inattendu program, every Saturday starting at 12:30 p.m. RTL, replacing Vincent Parizot. And it seems that Ophélie Meunier has been successful in the exercise since since the beginning of September we will find her at the forefront of this program.
“Everything goes much faster”
In an interview with Ouest France, the former model relied on this new adventure: “This exercise is complementary to my daily television. It is great to experience the immediacy of radio, its lightness, in the good sense of the word. Everything goes a long way! faster! We can announce information without having to look for the image that goes with it. As for this program, it is a formidable tool to speak about current events with total freedom, to debate, to look like someone you love, be it an artist or a business leader. “
But before her busy return to school, she takes advantage of a few days of family vacations, with her husband Mathieu Vergne and her one-year-old son, Joseph: “I was very adventurous, I try to be calmer to recover.” I need to recharge my batteries, because the years are loaded, and I also have to do it according to my son Joseph, who is 1 year old! “