Currently Chief Marketing and International Relations of “The Cooking Médias Show”, the first ever Festival about the relations between Media and the Food industry, Georges Leclere is an international media consultant with a background in Diplomacy, Science and International television.
Georges is currently developing a “Dream” series of Multiscreen Transmedia Reality Competitions Formats, including the leading Dream Car 2.0© and Dream Job 2.0©.
Recently, Georges joined the Solstice 2017 team to develop a fully international 24 hours, round the world and round the clock program focusing on Innovation and Creation.
Pioneer in several domains like Solar Energy and TV shows about computers, Leclere is the first TV News anchor who ever used Interactive TV in the 1980’ on French TV Antenne 2 and TF1, more than 7 years before the word Internet was created.
With degrees in Math, Physics, Astrophysics and Chemistry, Georges started his career as an on-screen scientific journalist on French TV in Paris, writing over thousand news stories on daily news covering Moonwalks, Space programs, Computers, Internet, Advanced TV, Energy and Environment.
Moving to New York in 1986 to become Head of the United Nations Television for 7 years, then Head of the International Emmy Awards for 10 years, where Georges created the International News Emmys and the iEMMYs Festival.
Running, judging and consulting on many TV competitions in China, Canada, Switzerland, Russia, France, Korea and USA, Georges got involved in many TV Genres.
As President & CEO of LGMA, Georges Leclere co-created a TV series called GWEN and the Scripted Format Raining Fire.
In 2003, the French Government awarded Georges Leclere with the Medal of “Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres” for his contribution to the world of international television.