Pascal Josèphe manages IMCA, the consulting company he founded in April 1994. IMCA (International Média Consultants Associés) offers consulting, survey and assessment services to all the actors of the communication sector in France as well as abroad: terrestrial, cable and satellite television channels, producers, radio stations, multimedia groups, public and private institutions and investors. The company also analyses the evolutions of our society regarding technological improvements and behavioural changes.
A graduate of the Institute of Political Studies in Strasbourg and the Ecole Supérieure de Journalisme in Lille, Pascal Josèphe was in charge of information for the City of Lille from 1978 to 1982.
He worked as a project manager with Hervé Bourges, then the CEO of Radio France International. In 1983, he followed him to TF1, the leading television channel. There, he worked as a special advisor, then as a programming director and general secretary to the President.
In 1987, he became vice-president and director of forecasting of Carat TV, and founded TV Marketing International (TVMI). From November 1990 to December 1991, he was general manager of the TV channel, La Cinq.
In April 1992, he was appointed executive vice-president in charge of broadcasting at the state-owned channels France 2 and France 3. Pascal Josèphe is the author of La société immediate (January 2008, Calmann-Lévy).