Yann Barthès: His production company, Bangumi, is reaping big, very big, with Quotidien

Yann Barthès: His production company, Bangumi, is reaping big, very big, with Quotidien
Yann Barthès: His production company, Bangumi, is reaping big, very big, with Quotidien

After having had the heyday of Canal+ with The small newspaperYann Barthès took on a new challenge at the start of the 2016 school year. That of joining the TF1 group and more particularly its TNT property, TMC.

The host, who had a falling out with Alessandra Sublet, was chosen to take over the 7 p.m. / 9 p.m. channel 10 of TNT. In this strategic crossroads for advertisers, he has drawn up a topical talk. This one, baptized Dailyquickly panicked the TMC counters.

Daily : a highly winning bet for TMC

The presenter, who was interviewed at the National Assembly, reshuffled the cards for TNT audiences to the detriment of Do not touch My TV, Cyril Hanouna’s talk on C8. In this 2023/2024 season, Daily continues to prove highly profitable for his channel. The program exceeded the 2 million viewer mark and even shattered its historic record by winning over 2.89 million French people, or 13.6% of the entire public, on Wednesday November 22, 2023.

Thus, Yann Barthès brings in very large sums for the TF1 group and the production company, Bangumi, which he created with Laurent Bon. As reported in the magazine Capital in 2022, Daily presents an excellent rate of profitability. While each of its shows would cost between 130,000 and 150,000 euros to produce, the talk would bring in 275,000 euros per day according to estimates by Philippe Nouchi, expert at Publicis Media.

Yann Barthès in the top 3 of the most popular animators “bankables”

In one of its issues dating from 2017, Capital established the ranking of the most “bankables” of the PAF. Yann Barthès inherited a place on the podium. In detail, he ranked in third place just behind Cyril Hanouna and Nagui. According to our colleagues, the host, who wants to be very discreet about his private life, achieved a turnover of 27 million euros with his company Bangumi, producer of Daily and of Stunninga cultural program then presented by Léa Salamé on France 2.

Yann Barthès can be found at the presentation of DailyMonday to Friday from 7:15 p.m. on TMC.

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