Week 4 Julie restera in waves provided to change its original mandate. After a standoff with the AQTIS, Julie Snyder is committed to present programs devoted to the coronavirus to comply with the directives of the government Legault and deliver a service deemed ” essential “.
Earlier this week, the technicians at the talk-show V had announced to Julie Snyder that they would refuse to continue the filming because of the risks they had for their health. The host and producer then contacted the Québec government to obtain permission to continue until 2 April. It has received the green light Wednesday morning.
“All the subjects and all the guests are appropriate,” confirms the senior director, communications and marketing Group V Media, Michaël Majeau.
Reached by telephone, the director general of the Association, Gilles Charland, seemed more or less satisfied with the outcome of the case. He stressed, however, that the production team of the show has undertaken not to engage in any threat of reprisal against a technician, fearful that refuses to work, while continuing to apply the measures of protection required (disinfection of the studio, downsizing, etc). “We will ensure that they are being taken,” said Mr. Charland.
Week 4 Julie adapted the first sanitary measures announced earlier in march by making the recordings without a studio audience. In his opening monologue of Monday, 16 march, Julie Snyder, wearing a dress from toilet paper rolls, had repeated his desire to entertain the viewers in a time of crisis.
“Because when the morale is good, we can go through everything “, was launched in front of an audience to be vacant.