Daniel Bilalian Biography
Daniel Bilalian is a French journalist, news anchor, and television presenter. Since 1971, Bilalian has been a regional correspondent for the ORTF, before joining the national redaction staff of Antenne 2, where he became a main reporter before presenting Antenne 2 midi. He presented some daily news in 1976.
He presented the Journal de 13 Heures from 1979 to 1981 and went back to Antenne 2 midi in 1982 before presenting in 1985 the Journal de 20 Heures alternatively with Bernard Rapp.
Daniel Bilalian Age
Daniel Bilalian was born on 10 April 1947, in Paris, France. He is 75 years old.
Daniel Bilalian Height
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Daniel Bilalian Family
Daniel was born and raised in Paris, France by his loving and caring parents. However, information regarding his family members is under review and this section will be updated as soon as possible.
Daniel Bilalian Wife
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Daniel Bilalian Net Worth
Bilalian has an estimated net worth of $ 46 million.
Daniel Bilalian Career
Daniel was then replaced a few months later by Claude Sérillon. After being absent for two years, he came back in 1987 to present the daily news on weekends until 1990. He also presented Stars à la Barre and then Dossiers de l’écran, retitled Mardi Soir, before being ousted in 1991 after a political debate.
Bilalian returned to presenting the daily news on France 2 in 1994 on the Journal de 13 heures replacing Henri Sannier gone to present the Soir 3.
In September 1995, He became the presenter of the Journal de 20 heures alternating with Bruno Masure. After his departure in September 1997, Daniel presented the daily news during the week while Béatrice Schönberg presented on weekends. He was replaced by Claude Sérillon in August 1998. After an absence, he came back once again to present the Journal de 13 heures from September 2001 to July 2004.
In July 2004, he was named sports director of France Télévisions. In 2005, the ouster of Pierre Salviac surprised the rugby section of the sports service, and in 2009 one of its successors.
In January 2010, the sports journalists challenged to change the editorial and management methods that were judged dangerous. In April 2010, the majority voted mistrust against him, reporting his management and reproaching him for not working on the redaction.