Juliette Hollier-Larousse


Juliette Hollier-Larousse is the head of AFPTV, covering global news through its network of video journalists in 200 bureaux around the world, and providing high quality visual content for broadcast as well as digital media.

A graduate of France’s CFJ Journalism School, Juliette Hollier-Larousse joined Agence France Presse in 1988 as a reporter. Among several postings, she has been News Editor in charge of covering East Africa and the Great Lake region in Nairobi, news editor of the Europe Desk, head of Infographics and International Multimedia Coordinator, before becoming deputy to the Global News Director in 2019 and Director of the Latin American region from July 2012 to April 2017.


The visual journalism / 5G challenge: towards new storytelling standards

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Newsrooms are practicing visual and mobile journalism since years, they are experimenting new formats on social media and dedicated platforms, such as Instagram or Snap, but visual storytelling is still in its infancy. The goal of this panel is to check if standards are emerging and what are the potentialities offered by 5G for media […]

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