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Lui
(Journalism)
CBS
(Movies & TV)
Jacques Lanzmann
(Movies & TV)
Tele 7 Jours
(Journalism)
Matra
(Business)
Michael Yon
(Literature)
Choc (magazine)
(Journalism)
 

See also

Hachette Filipacchi Médias

Knowledge Identifier: &Hachette_Filipacchi_Medias

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Hachette Filipacchi Medias

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Category: Business

Founded in 1826.

Countries: France (71%), United States (29%)

Main connections: Lui, CBS, Jacques Lanzmann

Linked to: France Dimanche, Ici Paris, La Provence, Le Parisien

 

Timeline


 

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1826

"Hachette Filipacchi" was founded by Louis Hachette in 1826 when he purchased the "Librarie Brédif" add something


1963

Lui - "'Lui"' is a French adult entertainment magazine created in November 1963 by Daniel Filipacchi, a fashion photographer turned publisher, Jacques Lanzmann, a jack of all trades turned novelist, and Frank Ténot, a press agent, pataphysician and jazz critic


1976

Tele 7 Jours - In 1976, Hachette purchased the magazine


1980

Hachette was purchased by Matra in 1980, a firm associated with Ténot & Filipacchi add something


1981

Hachette Filipacchi was nationalised in 1981 but remained a publicly traded firm add something


1987

Lui - The second series was published by the Filipacchi group from 1987 to 1994


1988

CBS - Diamandis sold the magazines to Hachette Filipacchi Médias in 1988, forming Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S.


1994

Lui - The Filipacchi group stopped publication in June 1994


2006

Michael Yon - On June 9, 2006, the agreement appears to have collapsed, with Yon alleging further misuse of the image by Hachette Filipacchi Médias at its shocku.com website

 

Choc (magazine) - The US edition of the magazine, "Shock", was briefly published by Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S. between May and December 2006