As the 36th Micros d’Or ceremony approaches, from December 14 to 16 in Morzine, discover the ten subjects nominated for the Coca-Cola Audience Award, knowing that it is the bosses of each channel who designate the subject. which represents the string in question. Since this year, it should be noted that journalists can present subjects in their own category.
At the dawn of the 36th edition of the Micros d’Or ceremony (distinction created by Jean-Marc Michel), this showcase of sport organized by the UJSF (Union of Sports Journalists of France) to highlight the work of journalists, the ten subjects nominated in the category of the Coca-Cola People’s Choice Award are now known. Never since the creation of the Micros d’Or has the category covered so many subjects. The ceremony will be broadcast live and unencrypted on the channel Sports in France (free channel, available on channel 174 at Orange and Sosh, channel 192 at Bouygues Télécom, channel 190 at Free and channel 129 at SFR and Red), Thursday December 15 from 8 p.m.
Coca-Cola Audience Award
“Rémy Boullé, the journey of an fighter”, by Guillaume Papin (France Television)
“Child jockeys from Indonesia”, by Pierre-François Lemonier (TF1)
“El Expatriado”, by Antoine Le Roy (Canal Plus)
“Most beautiful at night”, by Pierre-Etienne Léonard (TV5 Monde)
“Silence, I’m falling”, by Julien Gray and John Ferreira (beIN Sports)
“Guy Roux, a story of France”, by Lionel Rosso and Vincent Rosso-Cadetto (Prime Video)
“Le Banner, the der of ders”, by Thomas Mico (Sport in France) on Jérôme Le Banner
“Theo Curin, my handicap, my strength”, by Eva Deroualle (Arte)
“The queens of the Tour”, by Guillaume Digrazia (Eurosport)
“Zinédine Zidane, his name is Yazid”, from La Chaîne L’Equipe
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As a reminder, with regard to the Coca-Cola Public Prize, it is the chain owners who designate the subject who represents the chain. Note that since this year, journalists can present subjects in their own category.
Other categories of the Micros d’Or (the nominees will be revealed later): radio (podcast), television news, disabled sports, magazines, digital (platform), UJSF promotion (schools of journalism), special jury prize, special public prize and Morzine price. For these other awards, journalists send one report and only one per category. A preselection is then carried out at the Ministry of Sports by professionals. Four or five stories per category are chosen and they will be submitted to the final jury of champions with the participation of those who are nominated and will present their subject and answer questions. “The Micros d’Or is the oral exam for the baccalaureate, it reminded me of my years as a student or high school student, recently confided the triple winner Vincent Alix (Canal Plus) on the Sport set in France. When you enter the room and appear before the jury of champions, wow! The top athlete feels things more than anyone else, so he wants to know if you speak the same language. What makes you win a Micro d’Or is being with them. »
This year, for this 36th edition, a big wink will be made to rugby with all the disciplines of this sport represented: rugby at 15 (Califano, Huget…), old ones (Tordo, Orso, Herrero), the old captain of the French rugby sevens team and Olympic vice-champion Fanny Horta and wheelchair para-rugby champion of Europe last February. Yves Auberson, suffering from Parkinson’s disease and who was the subject of a subject by Guillaume Papin, awarded last year, should also be part of the jury this year.