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19 October
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A feminine, cool, open, joyful presence! This is how I see journalists: courageous, with great strength and personality! Just like Dorothée Marro, local journalist in Nice, known for her reports but also for her good looks which reminds us of Isabelle Adjani.

I was born in Nice and I grew up with a great passion for classical dance. Unfortunately, I had my knee fail so I had to give up. After that I focused on studies. I went to business school which I didn't necessarily like. What attracted me above all was Paris, the place of success. I moved to Paris when I was around 20 and started doing an internship in events. I met a cameraman who offered to work on a TV show. So I did an internship for the TV show called Cult. We were talking about urban culture and it was broadcast on France 5. Very quickly they told me to do some reporting. And, like that, I fell in love with the profession of journalist.Gradually I worked for news agencies and production companies that provided reports on TV shows and I have done dozens of documentaries and reports aired on major shows. I did a lot of investigations, shootings with the Police, the fire brigade, the Samu, not easy subjects. I saw people die in front of me.

I had this ability to be able to forget the camera when I had it in front of me...

You are a natural ...

Yes, natural! I give and, most of all, I genuinely listen to the person speaking to me. I am deeply interested, curious.After that, I came back to Nice after the knee surgery. I reconnected with Nice, the light, the sun, the family. I continued to work with the channels Azur TV, Provence TV, Var TV. I applied here what I did in Paris. I had a show called Immersion and another, The Interview. We are going to resume the program L'Interview in various artistic venues in Nice on the Artistic theater stage.What is the difference between being a journalist in Paris and a journalist in Nice?I didn't feel a difference because I created my emotions in Nice. I created my job which I did in Paris, here.You are a real journalist, here in Nice, a strong woman raising her child on her own, full of energy.

Can you tell me how it goes behind all of this? What is your power?

It was hard for me to stop Azur TV, because of the new channel, because I had that freedom, I created my shows. So I have to reinvent myself, find new ideas. I need en incredible energy. No prophet in his country speaks to me because, finally, when I arrived in Paris, everyone gave me my chance, but coming back here, it was much more difficult to find his place here than in Paris. .Do you see yourself a journalist elsewhere, not necessarily in France?For now I see myself here, but why not in the future?

Life is full of surprises, isn't it?

Yes I love this The profession of journalist is full of surprises. Every day is unique. Thanks to this job, every day I meet different people, I can interview a star, as in the Cannes Film Festival with Sharon Stone, or report with homeless people or on women affected by violence. I was exhibited on the Promenade des Anglais because I did a lot of reporting on this subject there.

Your lifestyle is a mix between journalist life and personal life, what's your mix?

Everything gets mixed up! Today, with social media, it's hard to have certain limits. I'm trying to have my secret garden, but there is always an open door. People who recognize me on the street because of the notoriety of TV shows, also ask me what I do in private life. I indulge a bit on my Instagram page (@dorotheemarro).My lifestyle follows the law of attraction. The positive attracts the positive. I exercise, I eat healthy, I take care of my child and show him the positive side of life. I try to get at least eight hours of sleep a night. To work but also to have fun. We will rest later! You have to enjoy every second of life.I am too empathetic, I feel the energies a lot. And this region fills me with its light, with its beautiful energy. I live in the heart of the city, just to have that energy.

Is there a projection into the future?

The best is yet to come ! I just celebrated my 40th birthday and it seems that life is starting now. It's a different view of life, of enjoying and being reborn. A new birth! I have lots of upcoming projects like, for example, making a channel on Youtube for the program Immersion.Above all, for me, the essential ingredient in life is love: love for the others, love for one self. I've always been like this and I will continue this way.

Interview and photography by Andra Oprea

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