ARTE

Bruno Patino

President of ARTE GEIE and ARTE France

Bruno Patino

Bruno Patino © Paul Blind

 

Born on 8 March 1965 in Courbevoie (France)

Professional Experience

ARTE GEIE, Strasbourg

  • since January 2021: President
  • October – December 2020: Vice President

 

ARTE France, Paris

  • since July 2020: President of the Executive Board
  • November 2015 – July 2020: Editorial Director, Member of the Executive Board

 

France Télévisions

  • February 2013 – August 2015: General Director of on-air programmes and digital development 
  • October 2010 – February 2013: Director of France 5
  • October 2010 – February 2013: Director of Strategy and Digital 

 

Radio France

  • September 2008 – September 2010: Director of France Culture
  • May 2010 – October 2010: Digital Strategy Advisor to the President of Radio France

 

Le Monde Group

  • 2007: Vice-Chairman of the Executive Board of Le Monde Group
  • 2003-2008: Chairman of the Executive Board and Publishing Director of Télérama
  • 2005-2008: Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Publicat, managing the advertising department of Le Monde Group magazines
  • 2000-2008: Chief Executive Officer of Le Monde Interactif
  • 1999-2001: General Secretary of the Executive Board of Le Monde Group in 1999 and, concurrently, Deputy Editor of the monthly magazine “Les Cahiers du Cinéma” (1999-2001) and of the cultural supplement “Aden” (1999-2001).

 

Hachette Livre

  • 1998-1999: Secretary General of the Literature Division
  • 1997-1998: Secretary General of Éditions Hazan

 

Canal +

  • 1996: Policy Officer, Canal+ Directorate General for international business

 

InfoMatin

  • 1994-1996: Deputy Director of daily newspaper InfoMatin

 

Le Monde

  • 1991-1994: Permanent correspondent for Le Monde in Santiago, Chile

 

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

  • 1991-1993: Programme Officer, Field Office in Santiago, Chile

 

CCF-Interfinanz 

  • 1989-1991: Project Manager in Dusseldorf (Germany)

 

Education

  • 2004: INSEAD, graduate of the Advanced Management Programme, Fontainebleau
  • 1998: University of Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3, Doctor of Political Science
  • 1989: Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Washington DC, USA. Master of Arts (MA) with honours
  • 1987: Graduate of ESSEC Business School, Cergy Pontoise
  • 1986: Graduate of Sciences Po Paris, highly commended by the jury, Public Service section

 

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Date:

5 January 2021