Françoise Champey-Huston heads France 24's English service | News | Rapid TV News
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Françoise Champey-Huston has been appointed deputy director of France 24 in charge of its English service.

Since 2008, Champey-Huston has run the production company she founded, Pomm Productions, which is based in Washington. She formerly worked for Reuters, Antenna 2, Arte, France 5, France 3 and Discovery Network. Between 2007 and 2009, she also took on the role as editor in chief at Al Jazeera English for North and Latin America.

Champey-Huston will work with Robert Parsons who becomes the editor in chief of France 24's English service.