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ELSA YAZBEK CHARABATI PASSIONATE ABOUT HER PROFESSION

Lebanese journalist Elsa Yazbek Charabati started her TV career at the young age of 20 and has forged a distinguished path in the field with passion and dedication ever since. In a heartfelt chat with HOME, she revisited key professional milestones, weighed in on the current state of Lebanese media and unveiled compelling layers of her personality.

Television, travel and tastefulness

While still a university student, Charabati joined Future TV as a French news bulletin presenter, where she worked for 10 years, prior to moving to MTV. “I served as anchor, reporter

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