Diane Gouffrant is a french journalist and a Deputy editor at BFMTV.
French journalist, Diane Gouffrant was born in Bayonne, France on 6 april 1985 (Saturday). She studied at the Lycée René Cassin and graduated in 1993 with a Baccalaureate in economics. Then from 1998-1999 she got a degree in Information and Communication and business communication from IUT in Bordeaux. From 1999-2000 she got another degree from CFPJ in Journalism and television. Diane Gouffrant – LinkedIn
Eye Color : Brown
Hair Color : Blonde
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She has kept her family life pretty private.
Diane Gouffrant started as a freelancer for the surf press. Subsequently, she flew to London, where she had several jobs, including that of correspondent for Wit FM radio from 1998-1999, which broadcasts from Bordeaux.
In 1999, she landed in Paris and joined the sports department of France Télévisions. There, she produced reports for programs such as Stade 2 and Tout le Sport. She then officiated at Eurosport, where, for five years, she commented on various sporting events and also took care of the presentation of newspapers. Alongside her time at Eurosport, she also presented on other channels.
On Match TV, she presented alongside Amanda Lear on a trending program “ça reste entre nous” and “Tendance Amanda”, and on an entertainment show with Jean-Marc Morandini. On the cultural side, she presented Histoires de Maison on the channel Du Coté de Chez Vous TV, for which she hosted a special program in 2007 on the occasion of the opening of the city of heritage and architecture. She also dabbled in information by signing topics on daily general news for the 6-minute newspaper on M6. She also spent four years of her life on LCI, under the leadership of Jean-Claude Dassier. She first presented the sports newspaper there before becoming a joker presenter for general information newspapers. This is how she got noticed. The news channel BFM TV then decided to get her on their team in April 2007. In September 2019, Diane Gouffrant took the lead and became the Deputy editor-in-chief BFMTV.