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Jean-Pierre Hautier

Jean-Pierre Hautier
Born 18 October 1955
Brussels, Belgium
Died 12 October 2012(2012-10-12) (aged 56)[1]
Brussels, Belgium
Occupation broadcaster, television presenter
Spouse(s) Fabienne Vande Meersche
Children 2 daughters

Jean-Pierre Hautier (18 October 1955 – 12 October 2012) was a Belgian television presenter and broadcaster for RTBF.[1]

Hautier was known for his long-time commentary for RTBF viewers on the Eurovision Song Contest which he has done since the 1994 Contest after the regular commentator Claude Delacroix got promoted to the head of Belgian radio. In addition Hautier has co-commentated the event with Sandra Kim at the 1996 Contest and was until his death hosting the contest with Jean-Louis Lahaye which he has done since the 2007 Contest.

He was the president of La Première Radio.[2]

References

  1. ^ a b "Une grande voix de la radio s'éteint, Jean-Pierre Hautier nous a quittés - RTBF Medias" (in French). Rtbf.be. Retrieved 2012-10-13. 
  2. ^ Biography at moustique

External links

  • Jean-Pierre Hautier speaks about Eurovision to BBC News
  • Jean-Pierre Hautier at IMDB
  • (French) Jean-Pierre Hautier Biography at moustique
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