Jean-François Bizot  

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Jean-François Bizot (August 14 1944September 8 2007) was a French journalist and writer, radio- and filmmaker, best-known for his involvement with Radio Nova and his book Underground, l'histoire.

Born in Paris, Bizot was the founder and owner of the Paris based radio station, Radio Nova, which first aired in 1981. He was also the creator of the Actuel publication.

Jean-François Bizot (born 1944)is a French journalist, writer

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En mai 1970, Jean-François Bizot lance le magazine Actuel, premier organe de "Free Press" à la française avec Michel-Antoine Burnier, Patrick Rambaud, Bernard Kouchner, Jean-Pierre Lentin notamment. Cela lui permettra de découvrir tout un vivier de talents tels que Philippe Vandel, Jamel Debbouze, Édouard Baer ou encore Ariel Wizman. Il se passionnera bien avant l'heure pour toutes les cultures alternatives, de l'écologie post-Beatnik au hip-hop ou à la génération techno.
Il sera ensuite co-fondateur de Radio Nova en 1981, de Nova Mag et de TSF, la radio jazz.

Cinéma

  • La Route (1973)
  • La Route des gitans (1995)

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Romans

  • Les Déclassés (1976)
  • Les Années blanches (1979)
  • Un moment de faiblesse (Grasset, 2003)
  • Une bonne correction (Actuel-Du Panama, 2005)





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