Jean-Bruno Tagne is a well-known and rather respected personality in the Cameroonian journalistic environment. In almost 10 years of profession, he has imposed himself to the public by his strong character, a certain charisma and a frankness which contrasts with the ambient blablabla.
A former journalist with the daily Le Jour, he was head of Sports, then Politics before becoming a great reporter.
In 2016 he left the print media for television and it was Canal2 International, the most watched channel in Cameroon, which offered him his first audiovisual experience as deputy director general in charge of information. This is a daring gamble for the former student of the Ecole Supérieure des Sciences et Techniques de l’Information et de la Communication (ESSTIC) who has spent his entire career in the print media. His daring does the rest. Very quickly he makes his mark. He created the Grande Interview, the cult Canal2 international TV show that he continues to host.
A law graduate from the University of Yaoundé II, he is currently completing a master’s degree in political science. Jean-Bruno Tagne is the author of two books: « Programmés pour échouer. Enquête sur la débâcle des Lions Indomptables en Afrique du Sud » published in 2010 and « La Tragedie des Lions Indomptables » in 2014.