| 1968–present|| Bruno Masure|
| October 14, 1947 (age 68) (1947-10-14) Lille, Nord, France|
Journalist, news anchor, television presenter, radio presenter, author
France 2 (1992–97)
Jacqueline Faveur, Georges Masure
Gerard Holtz, David Pujadas, Daniel Bilalian, Joseph Poli, Jean‑Claude Bourret
Journal de 20 heures
Bruno Masure Wikipedia
Bruno Masure (born 14 October 1947) is a French journalist, news anchor and television presenter.
Bruno Masure was born in Lille in the department of Nord. He graduated with a degree in history, economic science and political science. He also graduated at the Institut d'urbanisme de Paris.
Masure began his career working for the tutorial at the Faculté de droit de Lille. He then did an internship at the political service of the daily newspaper Le Monde. He later became a political journalist on RMC from 1973 to 1975 and on TF1 since 1975, where he covered the campaign of François Mitterrand in 1981.
A famous reporter on TF1, Masure hosted the Journal de 20 heures from July 1984 to July 1990. From September 1990 to October 1997, he hosted the Journal de 20 heures on Antenne 2 which later became France 2 in 1992.
From 1999 to 2003, Masure was a columnist in the program Vivement dimanche prochain hosted by Michel Drucker on the same channel. He was from 2005 to 2011 a journalist and columnist on France Inter in the program Le Fou du roi with Stéphane Bern.La télé rend fou... mais j'me soigne !, Plon, 1987
À pleins tubes, Orban, 1989
Le dictionnaire analphabétique, Orban, 1990
Leurre de vérité, Plon, 1993
Débloc notes, Plon, 1998
Chérie, pense à changer de millénaire, Plon, 2000
Loft présidentiel, Plon, 2002
Un dernier vers pour la route, Plon, 2002
Comment se fait-ce ?, Presses de la Cité, 2004
Enquête sur mon assassinat, Chiflet & Cie, 2006
Les chats, Hugo Image, 2007
Journalistes à la niche ? : De Pompidou à Sarkozy, chronique des liaisons dangereuses entre médias et politiques, Hugo et Compagnie, 2009
Le journal d'une curée de campagne, Chiflet & Cie, 2011
La télé rend définitivement fou, Chiflet & Cie, 2015
Bruno Masure received a 7 d'Or for the best presenter of the daily news in 1988, 1990, 1993, 1995 and 1998.