Sébastien Jédor

Sébastien Jédor, born in 1978, has been working in several radio stations since the age of 14. He began his career as radio host in local networks in the south of France. In 1998 he established in Dakar, Senegal, as a reporter and newsreader in the first private national network, Sud FM.

In 2002, he started working in RFI, Radio France International, the third largest international radio network, based in Paris. He focused on African news as a reporter and anchorman in the morning news programs. In 2013, he integrated the cultural news department of RFI, still focusing on Africa.

For his job of reporter, he traveled from Guinea Conakry to China, Rwanda, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, among others.

Sébastien Jédor is graduated from the IEP, Institut d’Etudes Politiques, in Aix-en-Provence, and from the CFJ, Centre de Formation des Journalistes, in Paris.