Anne-Elizabeth Artsen, a journalist of Martinique descent, passed away on Monday, January 3, 2021, at her home in Le Coucier. Dear, dear, on journalism, he discovered the field of audiovisual after professional training at RFO Martinique. For a long time among the editorial staff of France-Antilles in Guadeloupe.
It is not easy to write a few words about the disappearance of a journalist we met at Martinique and Guadeloupe Stadium.
We were all deeply saddened by the news of his death. Anne-Elizabeth died at her home on Monday, January 03, 2021.
To her colleagues and those who knew her from France-Antilles, she left us suddenly and unexpectedly.
Anne-Elizabeth Artsen entered the audiovisual world in December 2008. At school he follows BTS business communication training.
Eficom. His internship takes place at RFO Martinique. He joined the communications industry led by Ghislaine Oliny.
In his cover letter in 2008, he wrote about contact:
The training of this job requires the qualities I have, i.e. highly developed imagination and creativity, listening ability and a sense of individual skills that allow me to integrate into an existing group, which will lead to successful work. In a company like yours. This experience will help me to be an interim person in charge of communication.
Anne-Elizabeth Artsen spent four weeks exploring radio, television reporting and the Internet. First, she came for communication training, and she had in mind ideas and a click out of the magazine.
She showed off her talents Canal 10, ATV and Guadeloupe first. For one year he was editor of the France-Antilles newspaper. She knew all the media: radio, television, the internet and the written press and found herself in all areas.
Anne-Elizabeth Physicians and Report
He also contributed to Amazon Magazine Raises awareness about cancers affecting women.
Anne-Elizabeth Artsen was born on December 27, 1981, and died at the age of 40. He was from Saint-Ann in Martinique when he suddenly left unexpectedly. On Monday, January 03, 2021, he was found dead at his home in Le Gosier.
We extend our deepest condolences to his family, loved ones and colleagues.
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