Vivendi Presents the Many Careers in the Cultural and Creative Industries on the Occasion of France`s National Youth Day

Thu Nov 29, 2012 10:35am EST

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Vivendi Presents the Many Careers in the Cultural and Creative Industries on the Occasion of France’s National Youth Day

Regulatory News:

Vivendi (Paris:VIV) is a partner of the second edition of France’s National Youth Day to be held this November 30.

Vivendi will bring together four high school classes in its head office for an introduction of the many careers in the cultural and creative industries: film director, lawyer, music producer, video game project manager, etc. These many job paths are highlighted in the “creative jobs” section of the Culture(s) With Vivendi website.

This is a unique opportunity for young students to meet and ask questions to professionals and artists such as Michel Vuillermoz of the Comédie Française and young movie director Stéphane Cazes.

Vivendi will also speak at the “Osons ensemble” (Dare Together) conference taking place the same day and organized by the French Economic, Social and Environmental Council in Paris, which sponsors the National Youth Day.

Vivendi has defined empowerment of youth, promotion of cultural diversity and sharing knowledge as strategic issues of its societal responsibility.

More information on www.cultureswithvivendi.com.

About Vivendi
Vivendi is at the hearts of the worlds of content, platforms and interactive networks.
Vivendi combines the world leader in video games (Activision Blizzard), the world leader in music (Universal Music Group), the French leader in alternative telecoms (SFR), the Moroccan leader in telecoms (Maroc Telecom Group), the leading alternative broadband operator in Brazil (GVT) and the French leader in pay-TV (Canal+ Group).
In 2011, Vivendi achieved revenues of €28.8 billion and adjusted net income of €2.95 billion. The Group has over 58,300 employees. www.vivendi.com

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