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Audrey Azoulay: candidate for the post of Director-General of UNESCO. ©UNESCO 2017
Audrey Azoulay: candidate for the post of Director-General of UNESCO

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Audrey Azoulay (4 August 1972, La Celle-Saint-Cloud, France) has been Minister of Culture and Communication since 11 February 2016. She began her career as Head of the Public Broadcasting Sector Office at the Media Development Directorate, where she worked on the roll-out of Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) in France, the establishment of an international news channel and the reform of public broadcasting. From 2000 to 2003, she worked as rapporteur for the Court of Auditors and legislation expert for the European Commission in the fields of culture and communication. In 2006, she joined the French National Centre of Cinematography and the Moving Image (CNC), successively holding the positions of Deputy Director for Multimedia Affairs, Chief Financial and Legal Officer and Deputy Director-General

Place/region France, UNESCO HQ
Type: Interview
Authors and personalities: Audrey Azoulay, interviewee.
Production: UNESCO TV, producer. UNESCO Executive Board, sponsor.
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