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Jean-Pierre Pernaut

Jean-Pierre Pernaut

Jean-Pierre Pernaut is a news reader and broadcaster on French television. He is widely known simply by his initials, JPP.\nThe regular presenter of station TF1's lunchtime news bulletin, the 13 Heures since 1988, Pernaut's combination of avuncular personality and authoritative delivery has made him one of France's most popular news readers.\nAlso editor-in-chief of the bulletin, Pernaut has long promoted a deliberate policy of regional content in each edition, usually running items about local culture and traditional crafts towards the end of the broadcast.\nThe approach has won a regular audience of between seven and eight million for the 13 Heures, a considerable figure for a lunchtime news programme.\nHe is also the longtime presenter of Combien ça coûte ?, a monthly consumer programme, again on TF1. Since 1988 Pernaut has also served on the board of directors of TF1 Group as a representative of the firm's employees.\nThe partner of former Miss France, Nathalie Marquay, Pernaut published his best-selling memoirs, Pour tout vous dire...., in 2005.
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