France's longest-serving TV anchor sacked by state broadcaster

France Télévisions denies David Pujadas’s departure is linked to election of new president Emmanuel Macron

France’s longest-serving news anchor has been dismissed from his primetime role at France Télévisions, the French state-owned broadcaster.

For 16 years, David Pujadas has been the face of primetime news on France’s public broadcaster, delivering the daily headlines, interviewing presidents and world leaders, hosting election debates and earning fans and critics in equal measure for his gentle, non-confrontational style.

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