The big press boss succumbed to Covid-19. He was 83 years old.
Journalist and essayist Jean-Louis Servan-Schreiber died Saturday, November 28 at the age of 83. According to Paris Match, he succumbed to Covid-19.
He had founded L’Expansion in 1967, then directed Psychologies magazine. A text published on the website of this newspaper pays homage to him.
Jean-Louis Servan-Schreiber made his debut at Echos. Then he joined his brother JJSS – Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber – who directed L’Express.
Current magazine boss Eric Chol praised his memory on Twitter:
On Twitter, the president of the Cannes Film Festival and journalist Pierre Lescure greeted a “big press man” who has “constantly worked on human nature and its richness“, While the press boss Alain Weill paid tribute to a”exceptional press man». «His advice was invaluable to us for the relaunch of the Express“, he added.
Jean-Louis Servan-Schreiber has also been the author of numerous books, notably of an economic nature (The power to inform, The company with a human face, The Art of Time, Live content…). Or tests. The last : 80 years old, a certain age, on old age, published in early 2019.
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