Former Journalist Namias Joins Publicis Consultants
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Former Journalist Namias Joins Publicis Consultants

Robert Namias has joined Publicis Groupe as advisor to the chairman and CEO of the Groupe’s management board, as well as vice president of Publicis Consultants | France, the group’s international public relations agency.

Paul Holmes

PARIS—Robert Namias has joined Publicis Groupe as advisor to the chairman and CEO of the Groupe’s management board, as well as vice president of Publicis Consultants | France, the group’s international public relations agency.

 

Namias comes to Publicis Groupe from television broadcaster TF1, where he has been employed since 1986. He served as editor-in-chief of the main evening news from 1987 to 1992, and went on to become editorial manager and finally head of news in 1996.

 

Namias began his career with radio station RTL in 1968, then switched to Europe , first as a political reporter and later as chief editor for the society department. From 1983 to 1987, he founded and served as chief executive of local free radio station 95.2. He has also served as president of the French national road safety council, the Conseil national de la securite routiere (CNSR), since 2003.

 

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