Alfred Léon Gérault-Richard Alfred Léon Gérault (1860–1911), known as Gérault-Richard, was a French journalist and socialist politician, born at Bonnétable (in the départment of Sarthe) of a peasant family.
Alfred Mézières Alfred Jean François Mézières (Réhon, 19 November 1826 - Réhon, 10 October 1915) was a French journalist, politician and historian of literature.
Aloysius Bertrand Louis Jacques Napoléon Bertrand, more well known by his pen name Aloysius Bertrand (April 20, 1807 — April 29, 1841), was a French Romantic poet, playwright and journalist.
Ambroise Yxemerry Ambroise Yxemerry is a French Polynesian editor and journalist of French birth.
Amédée Guillemin Amédée Guillemin (born July 5, 1826 in Pierre-de-Bresse, France, d. 1893 Pierre-de-Bresse, France) was a French science writer and a journalist.
Anatole Cerfberr Anatole Cerfberr (1835, Paris—1896, Neuilly) was a French journalist and author.
André Chaumeix André Chaumeix was a French academician, journalist, and literary critic.
André Fontaine André Fontaine (30 March 1921 – 17 March 2013) was a French historian and journalist.
André François-Poncet André François-Poncet (13 June 1887, Provins, Seine-et-Marne – 8 January 1978) was a French politician and diplomat whose post as ambassador to Germany allowed him to witness first-hand ...
André Gillois Maurice Diamant-Berger (8 February 1902 – 18 June 2004, Paris), known as André Gillois, was a French writer, radio pioneer and - during the Second World War - general Charles de Gaulle's s...
André Gorz André Gorz (9 February 1923, Vienna – 22 September 2007, Vosnon, France), pen name of Gérard Horst, born Gerhart Hirsch, also known by his pen name Michel Bosquet, was an...
André Levinson André Yacovlev Levinson, Андрей (Андрэ) Яковлевич Левинсон; Andrey Yakovl'evich Levinson (November 1, 1887, St. Petersburg - December 3, 1933, Paris) was a French dance journalist.
André Mandouze André Mandouze (10 June 1916, Bordeaux - 5 June 2006, Porto-Vecchio), was a French academic and journalist, a Catholic, and an anti-fascist and anti-colonialist activist.
André Rouveyre André Rouveyre (1879–1962) was an early twentieth-century French writer, caricaturist, and graphic artist.
André Weinfeld André Weinfeld (born 6 April 1947) is a French and American film and television producer, director, screenwriter, photographer and journalist.
Anna Gavalda Anna Gavalda (born December 9, 1970 in Boulogne-Billancourt, Hauts-de-Seine) is a French teacher and award-winning novelist.
Anne Fulda Anne Fulda (born 1963) is a French journalist working for Le Figaro in the politics department since 1982.
Anne Nivat Anne Nivat (June 18, 1969) is an award-winning French journalist and war correspondent who has covered conflicts in Chechnya, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
Anne Sinclair Anne Sinclair (born Anne-Élise Schwartz, 15 July 1948) is a French and American television and radio interviewer who hosted one of the most popular political shows for more than thirteen y...
Anne-Marie Cazalis Anne-Marie Cazalis (Boufarik, Algeria, 1920 - Paris, France, July 30, 1988) was a French writer, journalist and briefly an actress.
Anne-Sophie Lapix Anne-Sophie Lapix (born 29 April 1972 in Saint-Jean-de-Luz, Pyrénées-Atlantiques) is a French journalist and television presenter.
Antoine Blondin Antoine Blondin (11 April 1922 – 7 June 1991) was a French writer.
Antoine Cormery Antoine Cormery is a French journalist who works at France 24, a French international non-stop news TV channel since 2006.
Antoine Jay Antoine Jay (Guîtres, 20 October 1770 - Courgeac, 9 April 1854) was a French writer, journalist, historian and politician.
Antoine Rédier Antoine Rédier (7 July 1873 - 27 July 1954) was a French writer who was leader of the far-right Légion organization in the 1920s.
Antoine Sfeir Antoine Sfeir, (born 25 November 1948 in Beirut, Lebanon), is a Franco-Lebanese journalist and a professor.
Antonin Proust Antonin Proust (15 March 1832 – 20 March 1905) was a French journalist and politician.
Ariane Brodier Ariane Brodier (born April 26, 1979) is a French television personality.
Ariel Wizman Ariel Wizman is a French musician, DJ, and journalist born in Casablanca, Morocco.
Auguste Nefftzer Auguste Nefftzer (3 February 1820 – 20 August 1876) was a French journalist, who was known for founding the publications Revue Germanique in 1858 and Le Temps 1861, as well as his trans...
Auguste Vacquerie Auguste Vacquerie (1819-1895) was a French journalist and man of letters.
Auguste-Louis Bertin d'Antilly Auguste-Louis Bertin d'Antilly (1763–1804) was a French dramatist and journalist whose patriotic songs and topical libretti were prominent during the French Revolution, but who emigrated from Fr...
Aurélien Scholl Aurelien Scholl (July 13, 1833 in Bordeaux – 1902), was a French author and journalist.
Benoist Simmat Benoist Simmat is a French author and a journalist with Le Journal du Dimanche.
Benoit Clair Benoit Clair is a contemporary French journalist and a published author.
Benoît Bringer Benoît Bringer (born 1979) is a French journalist and documentary filmmaker based in Paris, France.
Benoît Duteurtre Benoît Duteurtre is a French novelist and essayist, born in 1960.
Bernard Cassen Bernard Cassen (born 2 November 1937 in Paris) is a French journalist.
Bernard de la Villardière Bernard de La Villardière (born Bernard Berger de La Villardière on 25 March 1958) is a French journalist, radio and television presenter.
Bernard Frank Bernard Frank (11 October 1929 in Neuilly-sur-Seine – 3 November 2006 in Paris) was a Jewish French journalist and writer.
Bernard Lazare Bernard Lazare (15 June 1865 — 1 September 1903) was a French Jewish literary critic, political journalist, polemicist, and anarchist.
Bernard Pivot Bernard Pivot, OC, CQ (born May 5, 1935) is a journalist, interviewer and host of French cultural television programmes.
Bertrand Barère Bertrand Barère de Vieuzac (10 September 1755 – 13 January 1841) was a French politician, freemason, journalist, and one of the most notorious members of the National Convention during the Frenc...
Bertrand Le Gendre Bertrand Le Gendre (Neuilly-sur-Seine, 25 February 1948) is a French journalist and essayist.
Binet-Valmer Jean-Auguste-Gustave Binet (June 3, 1875–April 20, 1940), also known as Binet-Valmer, was a Franco-Swiss novelist and journalist.
Boris Souvarine Boris Souvarine (born Boris Konstantinovich Lifschitz and also known as Varine; 1895 – 1 November 1984) was a French Marxist, communist activist, essayist, and journalist.
Bruno Masure Bruno Masure (born 14 October 1947) is a French journalist and television presenter.
Béatrice Schönberg Béatrice Schönberg is a French TV journalist on France 2 for the 8 pm weekend news.
Camille Dreyfus Ferdinand-Camille Dreyfus (Paris, 19 August 1851–1915) was a French journalist and politician, unrelated to his contemporary Captain Alfred Dreyfus.
Camille Pelletan Charles Camille Pelletan (28 June 1846 – 1915) was a French politician and journalist, Minister of Marine in Emile Combes' Bloc des gauches (Left-Wing Blocks) cabinet from 1902 to 1905.
Carine Roitfeld Carine Roitfeld (born September 19, 1954) is the former editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris, a position she held from 2001 to January 31, 2011.
Carole Gaessler Carole Gaessler (born 23 February 1968 in Thionville, Moselle) is a French television journalist.
Caroline Rémy de Guebhard Caroline Rémy de Guebhard (April 27, 1855, Paris — April 24, 1929) was a French socialist, journalist, and feminist best known under the pen name Séverine.
Catherine Baker Catherine Baker (born 16 July 1947 in Lille) is a French journalist and unschooling essayist.
Charles Brifaut Charles Brifaut (15 February 1781, Dijon - 5 June 1857, Paris) was a French poet, journalist, publicist and playwright.
Charles de Mazade Louis Charles Jean Robert de Mazade (19 March 1820, to Castelsarrasin, Tarn-et-Garonne – 27 April 1893, Paris) was a French historian, journalist, and political editor of Revue des deux mondes.
Charles Enderlin Charles Enderlin is a Franco-Israeli journalist, specialising in the Middle East and Israel.
Charles Longuet Charles Longuet (1839, Caen, Calvados – 1903, Paris) was a journalist and prominent figure in the French working-class movement, including the 1871 Paris Commune, as well as a Proudhonist member...
Charles Magnin Charles Magnin (born in Paris, November 4, 1793; died there, October 7, 1862) was a French author.
Charles Monselet Charles Monselet was a French journalist, novelist, poet and playwright, nicknamed "the king of the gastronomes" by his contemporaries.
Charles Pellarin Charles Pellarin (1804-1883) was a French naval doctor, utopian socialist, sociologist, anthropologist and journalist.
Charles-André Julien Charles-André Julien (1891 – 1 January 1991) was a French journalist and historian specialized in the history of the Maghreb, his most famous work is "Histoire de l'Afrique du Nord : Des origines à 1830" (History of North Africa from the origins to 1830).
Charles-Joseph Mathon de la Cour Charles-Joseph Mathon de la Cour (6 October 1738, Lyon – 15 November 1793, Lyon) was a French art critic, mathematician, financier, and essayist.
Charles-Louis Havas Charles-Louis Havas was a French writer, translator, and founder of the news agency Agence France-Presse.
Chris Kutschera Chris Kutschera is a French journalist, researcher, writer, specialist on the Middle East and the Kurds.
Christian Bouchet Christian Bouchet (born 17 January 1955 in Angers, Maine-et-Loire) is a French far right journalist and politician.
Christian Chesnot Christian Chesnot is a French journalist working for Radio France who, along with Georges Malbrunot and Muhammed al-Jundi (their driver), was taken hostage on August 20, 2004, by the Islamic Arm...
Christian de la Mazière Christian de la Mazière (born in Tunis on August 22, 1922; died February 15, 2006) was a journalist and former member of the 33rd Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS Charlemagne (1st French).
Christine Bravo Christine Bravo (born May 13, 1956) is a French television presenter, journalist, radio and newspaper columnist, and author.
Christine Delphy Christine Delphy (born 1941) is a French sociologist, feminist, writer and theorist.
Christine Ockrent Christine Ockrent (born 24 April 1944) is a Belgian journalist whose career has principally centered on French television.
Christophe Arleston Christophe Arleston (born 14 August 1963) was born in Aix-en-Provence, France.
Christophe Bourseiller Christophe Bourseiller (original name: Christophe Gintzburger-Kinsbourg; born September 27, 1957 in Paris) is a French actor, writer and journalist.
Claire Chazal Claire Chazal (born 1 December 1956 at Thiers in the Puy-de-Dôme, Auvergne) is a French journalist, romance writer, and director of news at a national television station, TF1.
Claire Wolniewicz Claire Wolniewicz is a French journalist and writer of Polish origin.
Claude Arpi Claude Arpi is French-born author, journalist, historian and tibetologist born in 1949 in Angoulême who lives in Auroville, India.
Claude Jeancolas Claude Jeancolas, born in 1949, is a writer, art historian and journalist.
Claude Jeantet Claude Jeantet was a French journalist and far right politician.
Claude Julien (journalist) Claude Julien (17 May 1925, Saint-Rome-de-Cernon (Aveyron, France) — 5 May 2005) was a French journalist, editor of French newspaper of record Le Monde in 1969 and editor-in-chief then...
Claude Mauriac Claude Mauriac (25 April 1914, Paris – 22 March 1996) was a French author and journalist, eldest son of the author François Mauriac.
David Pujadas David Pujadas was born in Barcelona (Catalonia), Spain, on December 2, 1964, to a Spanish father and a French mother.
Denis Jeambar Denis Jeambar (b. in 1948 in Valréas) is a French journalist.
Denis Robert Denis Robert (born 9 May 1958 in Moyeuvre-Grande, Moselle) is a French freelance journalist and a writer.
Denis Saverot Denis Saverot is a French author and the editor of the French wine publication La Revue du vin de France.
Denis Tillinac Denis Tillinac is a conservative French writer and journalist.
Dominique Lorentz Dominique Lorentz is a French investigative journalist who has written books on the stakes and reality of nuclear proliferation, as well as a film documentary, La République Atomique ("The A...
Dominique Piotet Dominique Piotet is a French author, journalist and consultant residing in San Francisco, California.
Edgar Quinet Edgar Quinet (17 February 1803–27 March 1875) was a French historian and intellectual.
Edmond de Mandat-Grancey Baron Edmond de Mandat-Grancey (the good) (1842–1911), was a French journalist, writer and naval officer.
Edmond Tarbé des Sablons Edmond-Joseph-Louis Tarbé des Sablons (20 February 1838 - 14 December 1900) was a French journalist and man of letters.
Edmund Chojecki Edmund Franciszek Maurycy Chojecki (Wiski, Podlasie, 15 October 1822 – 1 December 1899, Paris) was a Polish journalist, playwright, novelist, poet and translator.
Edouard Drumont Édouard Adolphe Drumont (3 May 1844 – 5 February 1917) was a French journalist and writer.
Edward Mylius Edward Mylius was a French journalist jailed in 1911 for criminal libel for publishing a report that King George V of the United Kingdom was a bigamist.
Edwy Plenel Hervé Edwy Plenel (born 31 August 1952) is a French political journalist.
Elena Servettaz Elena Servettaz is a Russian-French journalist and a news anchor at Radio France Internationale, where she covers international relations and French and Russian politics, with an emphasis on the Russian opposition movement and high-profile political cases, including those of Sergei Magnitsky...
Emma Guntz Emma Guntz (née Emma Linnebach) (born August 30, 1937 in Bruchsal) is a German-French poet, journalist and editor living and working in Strasbourg, France.
Emmanuel Berl Emmanuel Berl (2 August 1892 – 21 September 1976) was a French journalist, historian and essayist.
Emmanuel d'Astier de La Vigerie Emmanuel d'Astier de La Vigerie (9 January 1900 – 12 June 1969) was a French journalist, politician and member of the French Resistance.
Emmanuel Dupaty Louis Emmanuel Dupaty (Blanquefort, Gironde, 31 July 1775 – Paris, 30 July 1851) was a French playwright, naval officer, singer, journalist and administrator of the Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal.
Emmanuel Mounier Emmanuel Mounier (1 May 1905 Grenoble – 22 March 1950 Châtenay-Malabry) was a French philosopher.
Erik Izraelewicz Érik Izraelewicz was a French journalist and author, specialised in economics and finance.
Erika Moulet Erika Moulet is a French journalist and television host born in 1982 in Verdun.
Ernest Blum Ernest Blum (15 August 1836 — 1907) was a French dramatist.
Ernest Seillière Ernest-Antoine Seillière (1 January 1866 – 15 March 1955) was a French writer, journalist and critic.
Estelle Denis Estelle Denis (born 6 December 1976) is a French journalist and television presenter.
Eugène Bonnemère Joseph-Eugène Bonnemère (21 February 1813, Saumur – 1 November 1893, Louerre) was a French historian and writer.
Eugène-Melchior de Vogüé Eugène-Melchior, vicomte de Vogüé (25 February 1848–29 March 1910) was a French diplomat, travel writer, archaeologist, philanthropist and literary critic.
Eugénie Niboyet Eugénie Mouchon-Niboyet (September 10, 1796 – January 6, 1883) was a French author and early feminist.
Faustine Bollaert Faustine Bollaert (born Faustine Brigitte Suzanne Faraggi on March 20, 1979) is a French radio and television presenter.
Ferdinand Flocon Ferdinand Flocon (1 November 1800 – 15 March 1866) was a French journalist and politician who was one of the founding members of the Provisional Government at the start of the French Second Repu...
Ferdinand-Camille Dreyfus Ferdinand-Camille Dreyfus (Paris, 19 August 1851 – 1915) was a French journalist and politician, unrelated to his contemporary Captain Alfred Dreyfus.
Ferenc Fejtő Ferenc Fejtő (François Fejtő; August 31, 1909 – June 2, 2008), was a Hungarian-born French journalist and political scientist, specializing in Eastern Europe.
Fernand de Brinon Fernand de Brinon, Marquis de Brinon (26 August 1885 – 15 April 1947) was a French lawyer and journalist who was one of the architects of French collaboration with the Nazis during World War II....
Florence Hartmann Florence Hartmann (born 17 February 1963, France) is a French journalist and author.
Francis Charmes Marie François, known as Francis Charmes (21 April 1848, château de Baradel, Aurillac, Cantal – 4 January 1916, Paris) was a French journalist, diplomat, civil servant, politician and academician.
Francis de Pressensé Francis de Pressensé (September 30, 1853, Paris – January 19, 1914, Paris) was a French politician and journalist.
Francis Lacassin Francis Lacassin, 18 November 1931 – 12 August 2008, was a French journalist, editor, writer, screenplay writer and essayist.
Francisque Sarcey Francisque Sarcey (8 October 1827 – 16 May 1899) was a French journalist and dramatic critic.
Frank Ténot Frank Ténot (October 31, 1925 – January 8, 2004) was a press agent, pataphysician and jazz critic.
François Bachy François Bachy (born 6 March 1960) is a French television journalist.
François Buloz François Buloz (1803–1877) was a French littérateur, magazine editor, and theater administrator.
François Chalais François Chalais (December 15, 1919 - May 1, 1996) was a prominent French reporter, journalist, writer and film historian.
François Debeauvais François Debeauvais (1902 in Rennes - March 20, 1944, Colmar) was a Breton nationalist and wartime collaborator with Nazi Germany.
François Gautier François Gautier, born 1959 at Fontenay-sous-Bois, in Val-de-Marne, France, is a writer and journalist based in India.
François Mauriac François Charles Mauriac (11 October 1885 – 1 September 1970) was a French author, member of the Académie française (from 1933), and laureate of the Nobel Prize in Literature (1952).
François Nourissier François Nourissier (Paris, 18 May 1927–Paris, 15 February 2011) was a French journalist and writer.
François Sully François Sully (1927-1971) was a French journalist and photographer best known for his work during the Vietnam War.
François-Henri de Virieu François-Henri de Virieu, marquis de Virieu (18 December 1931 – 27 October 1997) was a French journalist and television presenter.
François-Noël Babeuf François-Noël Babeuf, known as Gracchus Babeuf, was a French political agitator and journalist of the French Revolutionary period. In spite of the efforts of his Jacobin friends to save him, Babeuf was arrested, tried, and convicted for his role in the Conspiracy of the Equals.
François-René de Chateaubriand François-René, vicomte de Chateaubriand (4 September 17684 July 1848) was a French writer, politician, diplomat and historian.
François-Xavier Audouin François-Xavier Audouin (18 April 1765, in Limoges, Haute-Vienne – 23 July 1837, in Paris) was a French clergyman and politician during the French Revolution.
Françoise Claustre Françoise Claustre (8 February 1937 – 3 September 2006), was a French archeologist who was taken hostage by a group of Chadian rebels, led by Hissène Habré, on 20 April 1974, at Bardaï, in...
Françoise Giroud Françoise Giroud, born France Gourdji (21 September 1916 in Lausanne, Switzerland and not in Geneva as often written – 19 January 2003 in Neuilly-sur-Seine) was a French journalist, scre...
Françoise Xenakis Françoise Xenakis (born Françoise Gargouïl, 27 September 1930) is a French novelist and journalist, born in Blois, Loir-et-Cher.
Freddy Hausser Freddy Hausser (24 May 1936 – 22 September 2008) was a French combat journalist, television producer and photographer.
Freidoune Sahebjam Freidoune Sahebjam (Persian:) (1933–2008) was a French-Iranian journalist, war correspondent, and novelist who resided in Neuilly-sur-Seine in France.
Frédéric Courant Frédéric Courant is a French journalist well known from the educational TV show C'est Pas Sorcier that he presented with Jamy Gourmaud and Sabine Quindou and was produced from the channel Fr...
Frédéric Pagès Frédéric Pagès (born 1950) is a French journalist noted for his work with the satirical weekly, Le Canard enchaîné.
Frédéric Pons Frédéric Pons (born in 1954) is a French Army officer and journalist.
Frédéric Taddeï Frédéric Taddeï (born January 5, 1961) is a French journalist and television and radio host.
Gabriel Astruc Gabriel Astruc (1864–1938) was a French journalist, agent, promoter, theatre manager, theatrical impresario, and playwright whose career connects many of the best-known incidents and personaliti...
Gabriel Jeantet Gabriel Jeantet (1906–1978) was a French far right activist, journalist and polemicist.
Gabriel Péri Gabriel Péri (Peri) (1902—1941) was a prominent French Communist journalist and politician, and member of the French Resistance.
Gaston Calmette Gaston Calmette (30 July 1858 in Montpellier, France – 16 March 1914, Paris, France) was a French journalist and newspaper editor.
Gaston Leroux Gaston Louis Alfred Leroux (6 May 186815 April 1927) was a French journalist and author of detective fiction.
Gatien de Courtilz de Sandras Gatien de Courtilz de Sandras (1644, Montargis – 8 May 1712, Paris) was a French novelist, journalist, pamphleteer and memorialist.
Geneviève Tabouis Geneviève Tabouis (September 23, 1892 – September 22, 1985) was a French historian and journalist.
Georges Altman Georges Altman (May 21, 1901–1960) was a French journalist and resistance fighter.
Georges Belmont Georges Belmont, born Georges Pelorson (1909 – December 26, 2008), was a French writer and literary translator.
Georges Besançon Georges Besançon founded and edited the aeronautical journal L'Aérophile.
Georges Courteline Georges Courteline born Georges Victor Marcel Moinaux (June 25, 1858 – June 25, 1929) was a French dramatist and novelist.
Georges Govy Georges Govy (born 1913 Yevpatoria, Crimea) is a French writer, journalist, and winner of the 1955 Prix Renaudot.
Georges Izard Georges Izard (17 June 1903, Abeilhan, Hérault - 20 September 1973, Paris) was a French politician, lawyer, journalist and essayist.
Georges Malbrunot George Malbrunot is a French journalist working for Le Figaro who, along with Christian Chesnot and their Syrian driver Muhammed al-Jundi, was taken hostage on August 20, 2004, by the Islami...
Georges Mandel Georges Mandel (5 June 1885 – 7 July 1944) was a French journalist, politician, and French Resistance leader.
Georges Sadoul Georges Sadoul (4 February 1904 – 13 October 1967) was a French journalist and cinema writer.
Georges Suarez Georges Suarez was a French writer, essayist and journalist.
Georges Thiébaud Georges Thiébaud was a French journalist, Bonapartist and nationalist.
Georges Valois Georges Valois (real name Alfred-Georges Gressent; 7 October 1878 – February 1945) was a French journalist and politician, born in Paris.
Gian Paolo Borghetti Gian Paolo Borghetti (corsu: Ghjuvan-Paulu Borghetti, français: Jean-Paul Borghetti, 23 June 1816 - 4 November 1897) was a Corsican writer, poet and politician.
Gilles Dauvé Gilles Dauvé (pen name Jean Barrot; born 1947) is a French political theorist associated with left communism and the contemporary tendency of communization.
Gilles Jacquier Gilles Jacquier (Évian-les-Bains, 25 October 1968 – Homs, 11 January 2012) was a French photojournalist and reporter for France Télévisions.
Gilles Perrault Gilles Perrault (b March 9, 1931, Paris) is a left-wing French writer and journalist.
Gregoire Seither Gregor Remi Seither, known as Grégoire Seither (Landau, 27 June 1964) is a Franco-German journalist, graphic designer, interpreter and Internet activist, founding member of the 1984 networ...
Guillaume Dasquié Guillaume Dasquié (b. Cahors, 4 February 1966) is a French journalist and writer who specialises in matters of intelligence and terrorism.
Gustave Geffroy Gustave Geffroy (1 June 1855 – 4 April 1926) was a French journalist, art critic, historian, and novelist.
Guy Sorman Guy Sorman (born March 10, 1944, Paris, France) is a French professor, columnist, author, and public intellectual in economics and philosophy.
Guy-André Kieffer Guy-André Kieffer (born 25 May 1949) is a journalist of dual French-Canadian nationality who worked in West Africa generally, and in Côte d'Ivoire specifically.
Gwen Le Gouil Gwenlaouen Le Gouil, also known as Gwen Le Gouil, (c.
Gérald Coppenrath Gérald Coppenrath (April 22, 1922 – November 4, 2008) was a French senator and journalist.
Gérard de Villiers Gérard de Villiers was a French writer, journalist and publisher. His SAS series of spy novels have been bestsellers, according to the New York Times, "His works have been translated and are especially popular in Germany, Russia, Turkey, and Japan.
Harry Roselmack Harry Roselmack, born 20 March 1973 in Tours, is a French radio and TV journalist of Martinique descent.
Helene Lee Helene Lee is a French journalist who specialises in Jamaican and West African music.
Henri Alleg Henri Alleg (20 July 1921 – 17 July 2013), born Henri Salem, was a French-Algerian journalist, director of the "Alger républicain" newspaper, and a member of the French Communist Party.
Henri Amouroux Henri Amouroux (1 July 1920 Périgueux, Dordogne – 5 August 2007 Le Mesnil-Mauger) was a French historian and journalist.
Henri Barbusse Henri Barbusse (May 17, 1873 – August 30, 1935) was a French novelist and a member of the French Communist Party.
Henri Beauclair Eugene Henri Amédée Beauclair (December 21, 1860 at Lisieux – May 11, 1919 in Paris) was a French poet, novelist, and journalist.
Henri Blowitz Henri Georges Stephane Adolphe Opper de Blowitz (28 December 1825-18 January 1903) was a Bohemian journalist.
Henri de Kérillis Henri Calloc'h de Kérillis (27 October 1889 – 11 April 1958) was a French aviator, reporter, writer and politician.
Henri de Montfort Henri de Montfort was a French historian, writer, journalist and French Resistance worker.
Henri-Pierre Roché Henri-Pierre Roché (28 May 1879 – 9 April 1959) was a French author who was deeply involved with the artistic avant-garde in Paris and the Dada movement.
Henry Chapier Henry Chapier (born 14 November 1933) is a French journalist, film criticize, television presenter and feature film director.
Henry Charbonneau Henry Charbonneau (pseudonym: Henry Charneau) (born 12 December 1913 in Saint-Maixent-l'École, Deux-Sèvres - died 2 January 1983 in La Roche-sur-Yon) was a French far right politician and writer.
Henry Coston Henry Coston (Paris, 20 December 1910 – Caen, Normandy, 26 July 2001) was a French far-right, anti-Semitic journalist, collaborationist and conspiracy theorist.
Hernando Calvo Ospina Hernando Calvo Ospina (June 6, 1961, Cali, Colombia) is a Colombian journalist and writer.
Hervé Guibert Hervé Guibert (14 December 1955 - 27 December 1991) was a French writer and photographer.
Hervé Le Tellier Hervé Le Tellier is a French writer and linguist, and a member of the international literary group Oulipo.
Hippolyte de Villemessant Jean Hippolyte Auguste Delaunay de Villemessant (22 April 1810, Rouen 12 April 1879, Monte-Carlo) was a conservative French journalist.
Hippolyte Renaud Claude Hélène Hippolyte Renaud (1803–1874) was a French artillery officer, utopian socialist and journalist.
Hugues Delorme Hugues Delorme (10 April 1868 - 1942) was a French poet, comedian, playwright and journalist.
Hygin-Auguste Cavé Hygin-Edmond-Ludovic-Auguste Cavé was a French attorney, journalist, and government official, as well as an occasional playwright and librettist, who often collaborated with Adolphe Dittmer unde...
Hélène Gordon-Lazareff Hélène Gordon-Lazareff (21 September 1909 – 16 February 1988) was a French journalist of Russian Jewish origin who founded Elle magazine in 1945.
Hélène Lee Hélène Lee is a French journalist who specialises in Jamaican and West African music.
Ismael Urbain Ismael Urbain (born Thomas Urbain, December 31, 1812–January 28, 1884) was a French journalist and interpreter.
Ivan Levaï Ivan Levaï (born 18 March 1937 in Budapest) is a journalist in France.
Jacques Benoist-Méchin Jacques Michel Gabriel Paul Benoist-Méchin (1 July 1901 – 24 February 1983) was a French far right politician and writer.
Jacques Bordiot Jacques Bordiot (1900–1983) was a French journalist and writer who focused mainly on anti-masonic and conspiracy theories.
Jacques Crétineau-Joly Jacques Crétineau-Joly (23 September 1803 – 1 January 1875) was a French Catholic journalist and historian.
Jacques Doriot Jacques Doriot (26 September 1898, Bresles, Oise – 22 February 1945, near Mengen, Württemberg) was a French politician prior to and during World War II. He began as a Communist but then turned F...
Jacques Mallet du Pan Jacques Mallet du Pan (1749 – 10 May 1800), French journalist, of an old Huguenot family, was born near Geneva, the son of a Protestant minister.
Jacques Navadic Jacques Navadic (born January 3, 1920 in Lille) was a Broadcasting editor and journalist who joined Radio Luxembourg in 1955 as Director of information a post in which he stayed in until 1984, b...
Jacques Ploncard d'Assac Jacques Ploncard (1910–2005), also called "Jacques Ploncard d'Assac", was a French writer and journalist and a far right activist — he was, among other things, a member of the Parti Populaire Fr...
Jacques Rivette Jacques Rivette (born 1 March 1928) is a French film director, screenwriter and film critic.
Jacques Tillier Jacques Tillier is a French journalist and the managing editor of the l'Union, L'Est-Éclair, Libération Champagne and L'Aisne Nouvelle.
Jamy Gourmaud Jamy Gourmaud is a journalist well known from the educational TV show C'est Pas Sorcier that he presented with Frédéric Courant and Sabine Quindou and was produced from the channel France 3 ...
Javier Arroyuelo Javier Arroyuelo (born in Argentina) is an author and journalist.
Jean Cau (writer) Jean Cau (8 July 1925, Bram, Aude - 18 June 1993) was a French writer and journalist.
Jean Clair Jean Clair is the nom de plume (pen name) of Gérard Régnier (born 20 October 1940 in Paris, France).
Jean d'Esme Jean d'Esme (27 September 1894 – 24 February 1966) was a French writer and journalist.
Jean Daniel Jean Daniel, (né Jean Daniel Bensaid) (21 July 1920-) is an Algerian-born French-Jewish journalist and author.
Jean de la Roque Jean de la Roque (1661 – December 8, 1745) was a French traveller and journalist born in Marseille.
Jean Denis, comte Lanjuinais Jean Denis, comte Lanjuinais (12 March 1753 – 13 January 1827), was a French politician, lawyer, jurist, journalist, and historian.
Jean Devaines Jean Devaines (c. 1735, Paris – 15 March 1803) was a French state bureaucrat and journalist.
Jean Donneau de Visé Jean Donneau de Visé (1638 - 8 July 1710) was a French journalist, royal historian ("historiographe du roi"), playwright and publicist.
Jean Dumont Jean Dumont Baron de Carlscroon (January 13 1667 – May 13 1727) was a French publicist.
Jean Dumont (publicist) Jean Dumont Baron de Carlscroon (13 January 1667 &ndash 13 May 1727) was a French publisher.
Jean Effel Jean Effel, real name François Lejeune (12 February 1908, Paris – 10 October 1982) was French painter, caricaturist, illustrator and journalist.
Jean Ferré Jean Ferré (born 29 May 1929, Saint-Pierre-les-Églises, now part of Chauvigny, Vienne, d. 10 October 2006, Saint-Germain-en-Laye) was a French art historian and a right-political journalist.
Jean Fontenoy Jean Fontenoy (21 March 1899 – April 1945) was a French journalist, fascist politician and collaborator with Nazi Germany.
Jean Galtier-Boissière Jean Galtier-Boissière (b. December 26, 1891-January 22, 1966) was a writer, polemist, and journalist from Paris, France.
Jean Hélène Jean Hélène (1955 – 21 October 2003) was a French journalist specializing in Africa.
Jean Hérold-Paquis Jean Auguste Hérold, better known as Jean Hérold-Paquis (4 February 1912 Arches, Vosges - 11 October 1945), was a French journalist who fought for Franco and the Nationalists during the Sp...
Jean Joseph François Poujoulat Jean Joseph François Poujoulat (January 28, 1808, Montferrand-la-Fare – January 5, 1880, Paris), was a French historian and journalist.
Jean Lacouture Jean Lacouture (born June 9, 1921 in Bordeaux, France) is a journalist, historian and author.
Jean Lartéguy Jean Lartéguy (5 September 1920 – 23 February 2011) was the nom de plume of Jean Pierre Lucien Osty, a French writer, journalist, and former soldier.
Jean Loret Jean Loret (ca 1600-1665) was a French writer and poet known for publishing the weekly news of Parisian society (including, initially, its pinnacle, the court of Louis XIV itself) from 1650 unti...
Jean Luchaire Jean Luchaire (21 July 1901 – 22 February 1946) was a French journalist and politician who founded the weekly Notre Temps in 1927 and the Collaborationist evening daily Les Nouveaux ...
Jean Mamy Jean Mamy (8 July 1912, Chambéry, Savoie - 29 March 1949, Arcueil) was a French actor, producer, film and theatre director, screenwriter and journalist, notable for his collaboration with the Vi...
Jean Marie de Premonville A French war correspondent, Jean-Marie de Prémonville de Maisonthou covered the Korean War for the Agence France-Presse before being killed by machinegun fire while riding with a patrol on Febru...
Jean Marquès-Rivière Jean Marquès-Rivière (1903–2000) was a French journalist, writer and screenwriter.
Jean Rolin Jean Philippe Rolin (born June 14, 1949, Boulogne-Billancourt) is a French writer and journalist.
Jean Schlumberger Jean Schlumberger (26 May 1877 – 25 October 1968) was a French writer and journalist.
Jean Schopfer Jean Schopfer (28 May 1868 – 9 January 1931) was a tennis player competing for France, and a writer, known under the pseudonym of Claude Anet.
Jean Sévillia Jean Sévillia is a conservative/Right-wing French journalist and historian.
Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr (24 November 1808 – 29 September 1890) was a French critic, journalist, and novelist.
Jean-Baptiste Esménard Jean-Baptiste Esménard (1772–1842) was a French journalist and brother to the poet Joseph-Alphonse Esménard.
Jean-Charles Brisard Jean-Charles Brisard (born May 13, 1968 in Dijon, France) is a French international consultant and expert on terrorism.
Jean-Claude Dassier Jean-Claude Dassier (born July 28, 1941 in Paris, France) is the president of Olympique de Marseille between June 2009 and June 2011.
Jean-Dominique Bauby Jean-Dominique Bauby (23 April 1952 – 9 March 1997) was a well-known French journalist, author and editor of the French fashion magazine ELLE.
Jean-Dominique Merchet Jean-Dominique Merchet (born in Besançon, 26 October 1959) is a French journalist working for Marianne.
Jean-François Bizot Jean-François Bizot (14 August 1944 – 8 September 2007) was a French journalist and writer.
Jean-François Kahn Jean-François Kahn (born 12 June 1938) is a French journalist and essayist.
Jean-Marie de Premonville A French war correspondent, Jean-Marie de Prémonville de Maisonthou covered the Korean War for the Agence France-Presse before being killed by machinegun fire while riding with a patrol on 12 Fe...
Jean-Marie Domenach Jean-Marie Domenach (February 13, 1922 – July 5, 1997) was a French writer and intellectual.
Jean-Marie Leblanc Jean-Marie Leblanc (born July 27, 1944 in Nueil-sur-Argent, now Nueil-les-Aubiers, Deux-Sèvres) is a French retired professional road bicycle racer who was general director of the Tour de Franc...
Jessica Michault Jessica Michault is a Franco-American fashion journalist and the editor-in-chief of Nowfashion and Designaré magazine.
Job de Roincé Job de Roincé (Born Joseph Boreau de Roincé, 18 April 1896, Segré, Maine-et-Loire - 30 December 1981), was a French journalist and writer, and also one of the founding figures of Breton nati...
Job Jaffré Joseph-Marie Jaffré, better known as Job Jaffré, was a French journalist and Breton nationalist.
Johanne Sutton Johanne Sutton (1 December 1966 in Casablanca, Morocco – 11 November 2001 in Dasht-e Qaleh, Afghanistan) was a French radio reporter and journalist.
Jonathan-Simon Sellem Jonathan-Simon Sellem is a French journalist and politician born on February 25, 1983.
Joseph Fiévée Joseph Fiévée (April 9, 1767 - May 9, 1839) was a French journalist, novelist, essayist, playwright, civil servant (haut fonctionnaire) and secret agent.
Joseph Kessel Joseph Kessel (10 February 1898 – 23 July 1979) was a French journalist and novelist.
Jules Arsène Arnaud Claretie Jules Arsène Arnaud Claretie (3 December 1840 – 23 December 1913) was a French literary figure and director of the Théâtre Français.
Jules Barthélemy-Saint-Hilaire Jules Barthélemy-Saint-Hilaire (19 August 1805 – 24 November 1895) was a French philosopher, journalist, statesman, and possible illegitimate son of Napoleon I of France.
Louis-Lucien Klotz Louis-Lucien Klotz (11 January 1868 – 15 June 1930) was a French journalist and politician.
Louis-Marie Prudhomme Louis-Marie Prudhomme, (1752, Lyon, France - April 20, 1830, Paris, France) was a French journalist A librarian in Lyon, then in Paris, Prudhomme settled in Meaux, as a bookbinder.
Louis-Marie Stanislas Fréron Louis-Marie Stanislas Fréron (17 August 1754 – 15 July 1802) was a French politician, journalist, representative to the National Assembly, and a representative on mission during the French Revol...
Louis-Simon Auger Louis-Simon Auger (29 December 1772 in Paris - 2 January 1829 in Paris) was a French journalist, literary critic and playwright.
Louise Lévêque de Vilmorin Marie Louise Lévêque de Vilmorin (4 April 1902 – 26 December 1969) was a French novelist, poet and journalist.
Louise Weiss Louise Weiss (1893, Arras, Pas-de-Calais - 26 May 1983, Paris) was a French author, journalist, feminist and European politician.
Lucien Deslinières Lucien Deslinières (1857, Vierzon – 1937, Vernouillet) was a French journalist, writer and socialist.
Lucien Rebatet Lucien Rebatet (15 November 1903 – 24 August 1972) was a French author, journalist, and intellectual.
Lucien Romier Lucien Romier was a French journalist and politician.
Lucien-Anatole Prévost-Paradol Lucien-Anatole Prévost-Paradol (8 August 1829, Paris – 20 July 1870, Washington, D.C.) was a French journalist and essayist.
Ludovic-Oscar Frossard Ludovic-Oscar Frossard (also known as L-O Frossard or Oscar Frossard; 5 March 1889, Foussemagne, Territoire de Belfort — 11 February 1946, Paris) was a French socialist and communist...
Léon Daudet Léon Daudet (16 November 1867 – 30 June 1942) was a French journalist, writer, an active monarchist, and a member of the Académie Goncourt.
Léon Lévy Brunswick Léon Lévy Brunswick (Paris, 20 April 1805 – Le Havre, 29 July 1859) was a French playwright.
Léon Zitrone Léon Zitrone was a Russian-born French journalist and television presenter.
Léontine Zanta Léontine Zanta (1872-1942) was a French philosopher, feminist and novelist.
Marc Filloux Marc Filloux (ca. 1945 – ca. 14 April 1974) a French journalist based in Vientiane, Loas for Agence France-Presse who disappeared and was killed along with his translator and girlfriend in...
Marc Giacardy Marc Giacardy (15 February 1881 in Bordeaux - 28 August 1917 à la Ferme-de-Mormont, near Verdun) was a French rugby union player.
Marc Girardin Saint-Marc Girardin was a French politician and man of letters, whose real name was Marc Girardin.
Marc Menant Marc Menant (born 11, February 1949 in Hardricourt, Yvelines) is a French writer and journalist.
Marc Roche Marc Roche (born 5 April 1951 in Brussels) is a Belgian journalist who has been the London correspondent for the French national newspaper Le Monde since 1997.
Marc-Antoine Jullien de Paris Marc-Antoine Jullien, called Jullien fils, (born Paris, March 10, 1775 - died there April 4, 1848) was a French revolutionary and man of letters.
Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon was a French film director, script-writer, playwright and author.
Marceau Pivert Marceau Pivert (1895, Montmachoux, Seine-et-Marne – 1958) was a French schoolteacher, trade unionist, Socialist militant and journalist.
Marcel Allain Marcel Allain (15 September 1885 – 25 August 1969) was a French writer mostly remembered today for his co-creation with Pierre Souvestre of the fictional arch-villain and master criminal Fantômas.
Marcel Arland Marcel Arland, was a French novelist, literary critic, and journalist.
Marcel Déat Marcel Déat (7 March 1894 – 5 January 1955) was a French Socialist until 1933, when he initiated a spin-off from the French Section of the Workers' International (SFIO) along with other right-wi...
Maximilien Vox Maximilien Vox (real name: Samuel William Théodore Monod) was a French writer, cartoonist, illustrator, publisher, journalist, critic art theorist and historian of the French letter and ty...
Mazarine Pingeot Mazarine Marie Pingeot, who changed her name to Mazarine Marie Pingeot-Mitterrand in 2005, is a writer, journalist and professor.
Melchior de Vogüé Charles-Jean-Melchior de Vogüé (1829–1916) was a French archeologist, diplomat, and member of the Académie française in seat 18.
Michel Auguste Dupoty Michel Auguste Dupoty was a French journalist and a politician with republican beliefs.
Michel Chevalier Michel Chevalier (13 January 1806 – 18 November 1879) was a French engineer, statesman, economist and free market liberal.
Michel Ciment Michel Ciment (born 26 May 1938 in Paris) is a French film critic and the editor of the cinema magazine Positif.
Michel Cournot Michel Cournot was a French journalist, screenwriter and film director.
Michel Danino Michel Danino (b. June 4, 1956 at Honfleur), is a French‐born Indian author who has been living in Tamil Nadu, India since 1977.
Michel Denisot Michel Denisot (born 16 April 1945 in Buzançais, Indre) is a French journalist, producer, TV host and director of a football club and television.
Michel Droit Michel Droit was a French novelist and journalist.
Michel Drucker Michel Drucker, CQ (born 12 September 1942) is a popular French journalist and TV host.
Michel Gurfinkiel Michel Gurfinkiel (1 August 1948, Paris) is a French conservative journalist and public intellectual.
Michel Moine Michel Moine (March 8, 1920 in Airvault - January 15, 2005 in Buxerolles) was a French journalist and parapsychologist.
Michel Zevaco Michel Zevaco (also written as Zévaco) (1 February 1860, Ajaccio - 8 August 1918, Eaubonne) was a French journalist, novelist, publisher, film director, and anti-clerical as well as anarch...
Michka Assayas Michka Assayas (November 2, 1958 in Paris) is a French author and music journalist.
Mikola Abramchyk Mikola Syamyonavich Abramchyk, was a Belarusian journalist and emigre politician of Jewish and Armenian descent and president of the Belarusian People's Republic in exile during 1943–1970.
Monique Villa Monique Villa is CEO of the Thomson Reuters Foundation and Founder of TrustLaw and Trust Women.
Moïse Polydore Millaud Moses Polydore Millaud, Moïse Polydore Millaud, (27 August 1813 – 13 October 1871) was a journalist, banker and entrepreneur who founded Le Petit Journal, at one time the leading new...
Nabila Ramdani Nabila Ramdani is a French freelance journalist of Algerian descent who specialises in Anglo-French issues, Islamic affairs, and the Arab World.
Narcisse Fournier Narcisse Louis Pierre Fournier (24 November 1809 – 24 April 1880) was a French journalist, novelist and playwright.
Nicolas Jean Hugon de Bassville Nicolas Jean Hugon de Bassville or Basseville (February 7, 1743 – January 13, 1793), French journalist and diplomatist, was born at Abbéville.
Nicole Robinet de La Serve Jean-Pierre-François Nicole Robinet de La Serve (1791, Isle Bourbon – 20 December 1842, Salazie) was a French journalist, lawyer and politician.
Octave Lebesgue Octave Lebesgue (5 November 1857, Paris - 24 April 1933, Paris) was a French journalist and writer.
Odile Benyahia-Kouider Odile Benyahia-Kouider (born May 13, 1966 in Bourges, France) is a journalist and author.
Olier Mordrel Olier Mordrel (1901—1985) is the Breton language version of Olivier Mordrelle, a Breton nationalist and wartime collaborator with the Third Reich who founded the separatist Breton Na...
Olivier Da Lage Olivier Da Lage (born in 1957, Saint-Cloud, France) is a French journalist.
Olivier Galzi Olivier Galzi (Tunis, 26 October 1971) is a French journalist.
Olivier Père Born in 1971 in Marseilles, a French national, Olivier Père graduated with a degree in Humanities at the University of Sorbonne (Paris IV).
Olivier Weber Olivier Weber is an award-winning French writer, novelist and reporter at large, known primarily for his coverage of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Olympe de Gouges Olympe de Gouges (7 May 1748 – 3 November 1793), born Marie Gouze, was a French playwright and political activist whose feminist and abolitionist writings reached a large audience.
Pascal Pia Pascal Pia (15 August 1903, Paris – 27 September 1979, Paris), born Pierre Durand, was a French writer, journalist, illustrator and scholar.
Pascal Riché Pascal Riché (born June 1962) is a French journalist, co-founder of Rue 89 along with Arnaud Aubron, Laurent Mauriac, and Pierre Haski.
Patrice de Plunkett Patrice de Plunkett (born January 9, 1947 in Paris) is a French journalist and essayist who specializes in analyzing social issues.
Patrick Besson Patrick Besson (born 1 June 1956) is a French writer and journalist.
Patrick de Saint-Exupéry Patrick de Saint-Exupéry is the son of Count Jacques de Saint-Exupéry and the Countess de Saint-Exupéry, born as Martine d'Anglejan.
Patrick Loubatière Patrick Loubatière is a French author, stage director and high school teacher.
Paul Adolphe Marie Prosper Granier de Cassagnac Paul Adolphe Marie Prosper Granier de Cassagnac (1843, Guadeloupe – 1904, Saint-Viâtre) was the son of Adolphe Granier de Cassagnac, and while still young associated with his father in bot...
Paul Amar Paul Amar (born January 11, 1950) is a French journalist and television presenter.
Paul Burani Paul Burani (real name: Urbain Roucoux) (Paris, 26 March 1845 - Paris, 9 October 1901), was a French author, actor, song-writer and librettist.
Paul Copin-Albancelli Paul Copin-Albancelli (1851–1939, real name Paul Joseph Copin) was a French journalist, nationalist and conspiracy author.
Paul de Rémusat Paul de Rémusat, son of the French politician Charles de Rémusat, became a distinguished journalist and writer.
Paul Guihard Paul Guihard, (1932 - 30 September 1962) was a French journalist covering the Civil Rights Movement in the United States in the 1960s.
Paul Lafargue Paul Lafargue (January 15, 1842 – November 26, 1911) was a French revolutionary Marxist socialist journalist, literary critic, political writer and activist; he was Karl Marx's son-in-law,...
Paul Marion (politician) Paul Jules André Marion (27 June 1899, Asnières-sur-Seine – 1954) was a French journalist and communist who later served as a member of the Vichy government.
Paul Moreira Paul Moreira (born 1961 near Lisbon, Portugal) is a French journalist and documentary filmmaker.
Paul Petit (writer) Paul Petit (1893–1944) was a French writer, sociologist, diplomat and French Resistance worker.
Paul Rassinier Paul Rassinier (1906 in Bermont – 1967) was a French pacifist, political activist, and author.
Paul Vaillant-Couturier Paul Vaillant-Couturier (pseudonym of Paul Charles Couturier; 8 January 1892 – 10 October 1937) was a French author, journalist and politician.
Paul Valéry Ambroise-Paul-Toussaint-Jules Valéry (30 October 1871 – 20 July 1945) was a French poet, essayist, and philosopher.
Peggy Olmi Peggy Olmi (born 12 April 1976 in Paris) is a French television host of Corsican descent.
Philippe Baqué Philippe Baqué is a French journalist and documentary filmmaker.
Philippe Barrès Philippe Barrès (8 July 1896, Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine – 14 April 1975) was a French journalist and the son of Maurice Barrès.
Philippe Boiry Philippe Paul Alexander Henry Boiry (February 19, 1927 – January 5, 2014) was the pretender to the throne of the unrecognized Kingdom of Araucanía and Patagonia.
Philippe Daudy Philippe Daudy was a member of the French Resistance, a journalist, a novelist, a publisher and a businessman.
Philippe Delorme Philippe Delorme (born January 22, 1960 in Pantin, Seine-Saint-Denis) is a French historian and journalist, whose articles have appeared in Point de Vue and Point de Vue Histoire, among ...
Philippe Henriot Philippe Henriot (January 7, 1889, Reims—June 28, 1944, Paris) was a French poet, journalist, politician, and Minister in the French government at Vichy, where he directed propaganda broad...
Philippe Jouvion Philippe Jouvion is a professional researcher, freelance reporter and film producer.
Philéas Lebesgue Philéas Lebesgue (November 26, 1869 in La Neuville-Vault, Picardy, France - 11 October 1958 in the same village) was a French essayist and translator.
Pierre Abraham Pierre Abraham, was a French journalist and encyclopedist and military figure in the French Air Force during the world wars.
Pierre Auguste Brahain Ducange Pierre Auguste Brahain Ducange (Tours, ? — Paris, 1833) was a French journalist, minor diplomat, secret agent, swindler, and author.
Pierre Ballester L. A. Confidentiel : Les secrets de Lance Armstrong (L. A. Confidential : Lance Armstrong's Secrets) is a book by sports journalists David Walsh, of The Sunday Times, and Pierre Ball...
Pierre Billaud Pierre Billaud (21 May 1970 - 11 November 2001) was a French radio reporter and journalist.
Pierre Boutang Pierre Boutang (20 September 1916, Saint-Étienne, Loire – 27 June 1998) was a French philosopher, poet and translator.
Pierre Costantini Pierre Dominique Costantini or commandant Costantini (often misspelled Constantini) (1889–1986) was a French soldier, journalist, writer and Bonapartist militant.
Pierre Daix Pierre Georges Daix (born 1922) is a French journalist and writer.
Pierre Desfontaines The Abbé Pierre François Guyot-Desfontaines (1685 in Rouen - 16 December 1745 in Paris) was a French journalist, translator and popular historian.
Pierre Drieu La Rochelle Pierre Eugène Drieu La Rochelle (3 January 1893 – 15 March 1945) was a French writer of novels, short stories and political essays. He was born, lived and died in Paris. Drieu La Rochelle became a ...
Pierre François Tissot Pierre François Tissot (20 March 1768 - 7 April 1854) was a French man of letters and politician.
Pierre Gamarra Pierre Gamarra (10 July 1919 – 20 May 2009) was a French writer.
Pierre Gascar Pierre Fournier, better known as Pierre Gascar (13 March 1916 in Paris – 20 February 1997 in Lons-le-Saunier), was a French journalist, literary critic, writer, essayist and screenwriter.
Pierre Giffard Pierre Giffard (1 May 1853 – 21 January 1922) was a French journalist, a pioneer of modern political reporting, a newspaper publisher and a prolific sports organiser.
Pierre Haski Pierre Haski (Tunis, 8 April 1953) is a French journalist, co-founder of Rue 89.
Pierre Joffroy Pierre Joffroy (born 1929 in Lorraine, France) was a French author, dramaturge and journalist who wrote for Paris Match, Libération and L'Express.
Pierre Lasserre Pierre Lasserre (1867–1930) was a French literary critic, journalist and essayist.
Pierre Lescure Pierre Lescure (born July 2, 1945, Paris), is a French journalist and television executive.
Pierre Péan Pierre Péan (born 1938 in Maine-et-Loire, France) is a renowned French investigative journalist and author of many books concerned with political scandals.
Pierre Quillard Pierre Quillard was a French symbolist poet, playwright, translator, and journalist.
Pierre Rousseau Pierre Jean-Baptiste Rousseau, born February 11, 1905 in Montbazon, France, died 1983 in Limeil-Brévannes, France, was a French essayist, epistemologist, astronomer and journalist, author of num...
Pierre Souvestre Pierre Souvestre (1 June 1874 - 26 February 1914) was a French lawyer, journalist, writer and organizer of motor races.
Rachel Marsden Rachel Marsden (born December 2, 1974) is a Canadian conservative political columnist, television commentator and university lecturer based in Paris.
Rachid Arhab Rachid Arhab (born on 26 June 1955 in Larbaâ Nath Irathen in Algeria) is a French journalist, current member of the Conseil supérieur de l'audiovisuel (CSA).
Randa Habib Randa Habib is a French journalist of Lebanese origin, who as director of the Amman, Jordan, bureau of Agence France-Presse (AFP), one of the three global news agencies, since 1987, has spent 25...
René Andrieu René Andrieu (Beauregard, 1920–1998) was a French Communist Resistance fighter, journalist and politician.
René Clair René Clair (11 November 1898 – 15 March 1981) born René-Lucien Chomette, was a French filmmaker and writer.
René de Latour René de Latour (born New York, USA, 30 September 1906, died Quiberon, France, 4 September 1986) was a Franco-American sports journalist, race director of the Tour de l'Avenir cycle race, and cor...
René Diaz René Diaz (St. Etienne, 1926) is a French journalist-illustrator who had worked at Le Progrès Lyon for 30 years.
René Lefèvre (journalist) René Lefèvre was a French journalist who joined the satirical newspaper Canard enchaîné at the time of the Algerian War.
René Sédillot René Sédillot (2 November 1906 - 21 October 1999) was a French journalist and historian.
Richard Lahautière Auguste-Richard Lahautière (1813–1882) (also known as Richard de la Hautière) was a French socialist, journalist and lawyer.
Robert Beauvais Robert Beauvais (1911–1982) was a French writer and journalist.
Robert Courtine Robert Julien Courtine (16 May 1910-14 April 1998) was a French food writer who also wrote under the pen names "La Reynière" and "Savarin".
Robert de Bonnières Robert de Wierre de Bonnières was a French poet, novelist, travel writer, journalist at Le Figaro and Le Gaulois, and literary critic.
Robert de Flers Robert de Flers (Robert Pellevé de La Motte-Ango, marquis de Flers) (25 November 1872, Pont-l'Évêque, Calvados – 30 July 1927, Vittel) was a French playwright, opera librettist, and journalist.
Robert Diligent Robert Diligent (16 June 1924 – 3 January 2014) was a French journalist.
Robert Giraud Robert Giraud, was a French journalist, poet and lexicographer.
Robert Guillain Robert Guillain (4 September 1908 – 29 December 1998) was a French journalist and author of several books on Asia, especially Japan.
Robert Kemp (literary critic) Robert Kemp (8 October 1878, Paris – 3 July 1959) was a French journalist and literary critic, writing for L'Aurore, La Liberté, Le Temps and Le Monde (successor to Temps).
Robert Margerit Margerit Robert (born January 25, 1910 Brive-la-Gaillarde - June 27, 1988 Isle, Haute-Vienne) was a French journalist and writer.
Robert Ménard Robert Ménard (born 6 July 1953 in Oran in Algeria), one of the founders and the former secretary-general of the Paris-based international NGO Reporters Sans Frontières, is mayor of the town of ...
Roger Bordier Roger Bordier (born March 5, 1923 Blois) is a French writer, winner of the 1961 Prix Renaudot.
Roger Faligot Roger Faligot is a French journalist, who started working in Ireland in 1973 before working as freelance investigative journalist for British, Parisian or foreign newspapers and magazines (Irela...
Roger Gicquel Roger Gicquel was born on 22 February 1933 in Thiers-sur-Thève in the Oise department, and died on 6 March 2010 in Plouër-sur-Rance in the Côtes-d'Armor was a French journalist.
Sabine Quindou Sabine Quindou is journalist well known from the educational TV show C'est pas sorcier that she presented with Jamy Gourmaud and Frédéric Courant and was produced from the channel France 3.
Sam Cambio Sam Cambio (born as Jacques Bianco) is a reporter and an author born in 1946 in Marseille.
Samuel Cahen Samuel Cahen (August 4, 1796, Metz, France – January 8, 1862, Paris) was a French Hebraist and journalist.
Serge de Beketch Serge André Yourevitch Verebrussoff de Beketch (born 12 December 1946, Tours, Indre-et-Loire, France, died 6 October 2007 Clichy, Hauts-de-Seine) was a French journalist, story writer for cartoo...
Serge Halimi Serge Halimi is a journalist with the Le Monde diplomatique since 1992.
Serge July Serge July is a French journalist, founder of the daily Libération, and a prominent figure in French politics from the 1970s through the 1990s.
Serge Lang (skiing) Serge Lang (June 6, 1920–November 21, 1999) was a French journalist, alpine skier, and the founder of the alpine skiing World Cup.
Serge Moati Serge Moati (born Henry Moati on August 17, 1946 in Tunis) is a French artist, journalist, film director and writer.
Simon-Nicholas Henri Linguet Simon-Nicholas Henri Linguet (14 July 1736 – 27 June 1794), French journalist and advocate, was born in Reims, where his father, the assistant principal in the Collège de Beauvais of Paris...
Sophie Davant Sophie Davant (born May 19, 1963) is a French journalist, television presenter and comedian.
Sorj Chalandon Sorj Chalandon (born 16 May 1952 in Tunis) is a French writer and journalist.
Stephan-Xavier Trano Stephan-Xavier Trano (born February 1, 1969, in France) is a French journalist, essayist and writer based in Chicago, Illinois.
Stéphane Pizella Stéphane Pizella (1909–1970) was a French journalist and screenwriter.
Stéphane Rotenberg Stéphane Rotenberg (born 21 September 1967) is a French journalist and television presenter.
Stéphane Trano Stéphane-Xavier Trano (born February 1, 1969, in France) is a French journalist, essayist and writer based in Chicago, Illinois.
Sylvain Cypel Sylvain Cypel is senior editor at the French newspaper Le Monde.
Sébastien Demorand Sébastien Demorand (born August 4, 1969) is a French journalist and food critic.
Sébastien Lapaque Sébastien Lapaque (born 2 February 1971) is a French novelist, essayist and gastronome, and a critic for Figaro littéraire.
Tatiana de Rosnay Tatiana de Rosnay, born on September 28, 1961 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, is a French journalist, writer and screenwriter.
Therese Bentzon Therese Bentzon is the pseudonym of Marie Thérèse Blanc, a French journalist, essayist, and novelist, for many years on the staff of the Revue des Deux Mondes.
Thierry Maulnier Thierry Maulnier (born Jacques Talagrand; October 1, 1909, Alès – January 9, 1988, Marnes-la-Coquette) was a French journalist, essayist, dramatist, and literary critic.
Thomas Hugues Thomas Hugues (born on 11 May 1966 in Versailles) is a French journalist, producer and television host.
Théodore Duret Théodore Duret (20 January 1838 in Saintes – 16 January 1927 in Paris) was a French journalist, author and art critic.
Théodore Dézamy Alexandre Théodore Dézamy (4 March 1808 – 24 July 1850) was a French socialist, a representative of the Neo-Babouvist tendency in early French communism, along with Albert Laponneraye, Ric...
Théophile Gautier Pierre Jules Théophile Gautier (30 August 1811 – 23 October 1872) was a French poet, dramatist, novelist, journalist, and art and literary critic.
Thérèse Bentzon Marie Thérèse Blanc, better known by the pseudonym Thérèse Bentzon (September 21, 1840 – 1907) was a French journalist, essayist, and novelist, for many years on the staff of the R...
Touchatout Léon-Charles Bienvenu (25 March 1835, Paris - January 1911, Paris) was a French journalist and writer known for his biting satires on political and social life during the Second French Empire.
Tristan Bernard Tristan Bernard (7 September 1866 – 7 December 1947) was a French playwright, novelist, journalist and lawyer.
Tristan Louis Tristan Louis (born February 28, 1971 in Digne-les-Bains, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence) is a French-born American author, entrepreneur and blogger.
Urbain Gohier Urbain Gohier (born Urbain Degoulet, December 17, 1862, Versailles – June 29, 1951) was a French lawyer and journalist best known for his publication of the anti-Semitic forgery Th...
William Leymergie William Leymergie (born 4 February 1947 in Libourne, Gironde, France) is a journalist television producer and host, best known for the French breakfast television news show Télématin, broadc...
Yann Arthus-Bertrand Yann Arthus-Bertrand (born 13 March 1946 in Paris) is a French photographer, journalist, reporter and environmentalist.
Yann Barthès Yann Barthès (born 9 October 1974 in Chambéry, Savoie) is a French journalist best known for presenting the TV show Le Petit Journal.
Youenn Drezen Youenn Drezen (14 September 1899 – 17 February 1972) is the Breton language name of Yves Le Drézen, a Breton nationalist writer and activist.
Yves Calvi Yves Calvi (born Yves Krettly on August 30, 1959) is a French journalist and television presenter.
Yves Debay Yves Debay (24 December 1954 – 17 January 2013), a veteran French-Belgian war correspondent who founded and reported for French-language magazines Raids and later Assaut (Translation: Assault), which is published out of Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris, France.
Yves Mourousi Yves Mourousi (20 July 1942 in Suresnes, Hauts-de-Seine – 7 April 1998 in Paris) was a French television and radio news presenter and journalist.
Yves Roucaute Yves Roucaute (b. 1953 in Paris) is a French Christian philosopher (epistemology, political theory, theology), Phd (Law and Political science), Phd (philosophy), writer, professeur agrégé te...
Zo d'Axa Alphonse Gallaud de la Pérouse (28 May 1864, Paris – 30 August 1930), better known as Zo d'Axa, was an adventurer, anti-militarist, satirist, journalist, and founder of two of the most leg...
Édith Thomas Édith Thomas (23 January 1909, Montrouge – 7 December 1970, Paris) was a French novelist, archivist, historian and journalist.
Édouard Charton Édouard Charton (11 May 1807—27 February 1890) was an eminent French literary figure who was the founder and, for fifty-five years (1833–88), editor-in-chief of the publication Magasin p...
Édouard Corbière Jean Antoine René Édouard Corbière (1 April 1793, Brest – 27 September 1875, Morlaix) was a French sailor, shipowner, journalist and writer, considered to be the father of the French maritime novel.
Édouard Depreux Édouard Gustave Depreux (31 October 1898 – 16 October 1981) was a French socialist journalist, essayist, and politician of the French Fourth Republic; he was born in Viesly (département of N...
Édouard Drumont Édouard Adolphe Drumont (3 May 1844 – 5 February 1917) was a French journalist and writer.
Édouard Hervé Édouard Hervé (28 May 1835 - 4 January 1899) was a French journalist, historian and politician.
Édouard Monnais Désiré Guillaume Édouard Monnais (27 May 1798 – 25 February 1868) was a French journalist, theater director, playwright and librettist.
Élise Lucet Élise Lucet, born 30 May 1963 in Rouen (Seine-Maritime), France, is a French investigative journalist and television host.
Émile Coornaert Émile Coornaert was a French historian, journalist and French Resistance worker.
Émile Deschamps Émile de Saint-Amand Deschamps (1791–1871) was a French poet.
Émile Goudeau Émile Goudeau (29 August 1849 - 1906) was a French journalist, novelist and poet.
Émile Vuillermoz Émile-Jean-Joseph Vuillermoz (23 May 18782 March 1960) was a French critic in the areas of music, film, drama and literature.
Émile Zola Émile Édouard Charles Antoine Zola (2 April 1840 – 29 September 1902) was a French writer, the most important exemplar of the literary school of naturalism and an important contributor to the de...
Émilien Amaury Émilien Amaury (born Étampes, France, 5 March 1909, died Chantilly 2 January 1977) was a French publishing magnate whose company now organises the Tour de France.
Éric Rohmer Maurice Henri Joseph Schérer or Jean Marie Maurice Schérer, known as Éric Rohmer (21 March 192011 January 2010), was a French film director, film critic, journalist, novelist, screen...
Éric Zemmour Éric Zemmour (born August 31, 1958) is a French writer and political journalist, born in Montreuil, Seine-Saint-Denis.
Érik Izraelewicz Érik Izraelewicz was a French journalist and author, specialised in economics and finance.
Étienne Arago Étienne Arago (9 February 1802 – 7 March 1892) was a French writer and politician, and co-founder (with Maurice Alhoy) of the newspaper Le Figaro.
Étienne Carjat Étienne Carjat (born in Fareins, Ain, on 28 March 1828 and died in Paris on 19 March 1906), was a French journalist, caricaturist and photographer.