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Nathalie Iannetta

Nathalie Iannetta, born May 15, 1972, is a French television journalist, an Italian origin.

From September 2005 to June 2008, she hosted a duet with Laurent Bazin i> Morning, the morning of the continuous news channel i> Télé.

Biography
After a degree in History and a Master of Political Science at the Sorbonne She began her career in late 1994 in newspaper within a small weekly newspaper The Republican Essonne.

In September 1997 she joined the sports department of the encrypted channel canal+ to present with Vincent Radureau The Journal of Football (weekly broadcast halftime of the championship matches in France) and Le Soir d'Europe (on the evenings of UEFA Cup) alongside with Thierry Gilardi. A year later, she presents the direct matches in the Championship of France.

During the 2000/2001 season, it has the sports section in the show NPA Matin presented by Devoise Alexander. In December 2000, Nathalie Iannetta shows his talents as an actress playing with Vincent Radureau and Antoine Robin in 2000, Boulevard du football, a sitcom which tells the year football in Europe. Two new episodes are available in June 2001 (to relive the season 2000/2001 in France and Europe). During the 2001/2002 season, she moved in Saturday Sport (every Saturday in the second half of the evening) to return to sporting events weekend. From September 2002 to December 2003, Saturday Sports is scheduled on Saturday afternoon to allow for tracking sports competitions live.

During the 2004/2005 season, she presents the show "Day Football" with Stephen Guy every Saturday in the second half of the evening on Canal. It provides a parallel column in We're No Angels, presented by Maïtena Biraben.

As of March 14, 2007 in preparation for the French presidential election of 2007, she co-hosts with Laurent Bazin at Elysee 2007, a debate between two politicians, every Wednesday from 8 to 30 am and 9:00 .

In the summer of 2008, Nathalie Iannetta left i> Télé and returns to Canal+ replace Hervé Mathoux presentation of "L'Équipe du Dimanche". She was also co-host with Hervé Mathoux the show Canal Football Club.

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