Cristina Zavulan Jovmir welcomes you every morning in the show "Matinal National ". She works with love for the radio listeners. The journalist admits that the activity at Radio Moldova is more than a job. Cristina is passionate about everything she does. She keen to explore the unknown. "Captured by the unknown and new things, the radio suddenly turned from interest into passion. On the way to journalism I was guided by the professionalism and skills of the living legends. My daily activity involves efficiency and responsibility, that later transformed into habits. "If you want, you get it!" - this is my belief", says Cristina.
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Alexei Revenco is the distinctive voice of Radio Moldova. Every day he selects the news and, with great skill, brings them to the public. Alexei Revenco came to the National Radio four decades ago. "41 years ago, after three contest stages, which lasted about two months and involved over one hundred contestants, I was the one selected and hired. Right from the very beginning I fell in love with the radio station and I wanted to be a member of this wonderful family. Over the years, I have presented many radio and TV shows, many of which have been archived in the institution's fund. Radio Moldova is the boom of my beautiful youth", said the announcer. For conscientious and prodigious work in promoting national values and the image of the country, Alexei Revenco was awarded the Order "Gloria Muncii" and the honorary title "Master in Art".
Cristina Popescu started work at Radio Moldova seven years ago as a non-titular correspondent at the Youth Department. Currently, she is special reporter in the News Department. "I work in a team of warm and valuable people. I realized that "God will not give you more than you can go, and every fall is a new ascension. I write poetry, I like to read books, and from each book I learn important things for life. Dear radio listener, if you find out more about my activity, listen to the most important news reports at "Cronica Saptamanii".
Anatol Caciuc is the journalist who likes experimenting. Sometimes he looks like an adventurer, because adventure, he says, is that after 25 years of activity in Music Department, he is transferred to the News Department. In his 32 years dedicated with love and passion to this institution, he carried out shows - musical, cultural, entertainment, history ... Then he passed to the social and political one. It's no surprise that one day we can hear him again hosting musical shows ... Life is unpredictable, but Anatol Caciuc still believes in destiny ...
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Elena Chirilov-Muntean reports on the most important events that became history, in the show “Calendarul Zilei”. Starting with 2006, Elena has been hosting the show "Rock Chancelaria".
"Here is Chisinau, Radio Moldova. It's ... This is how I started the show and activity at Radio Moldova in the winter of 2005. The first news reel that I hosted, those five minutes of live broadcast, was full of emotion, tremors, adrenaline ... Though these are difficult moments, especially to get up early in the morning at 04.00, yet I firmly say I love this profession, and in front of the microphone I feel as a clam", says Elena Chirilov-Muntean.
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Natalia Spanu came to Radio Moldova eight years ago, by chance. The microphone and the emotions in live shows prevented her from leaving. She says the voice and clothing count less at radio, or the listener appreciates the way you speak. This gives her the freedom to be herself. Natalia says that news is the area that best suits her. She does not imagine her life without Radio, but if she decides to do anything else, Radio Moldova will remain her first love.
Ana Ciuhnenco - Kravcenco
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Ana Ciuhnenco came to Radio Moldova in 2011. She started her work as a reporter, then began to present the news in Russian. "I love my job. I am always informed with the latest news, I work in a team of professionals, valuable people and the most important is that I report on the latest news from the country and abroad. Every working day inspires me and the radio listeners charge me with energy ", says Ana Ciuhnenco.
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Alexandr Petcov is the voice in Russian at Radio Moldova. He has been working for the national radio for more than four decades. Alexandr Petcov admits that much has changed in his life over the years, but he still has emotions when he has a live transmission. " 40 years ago my first report was live. Over this time, I enjoyed new discoveries, I made new friends and I changed the photo several times in my passport. What is unforgettable is the sense of dedication and the emotions that I have every time I go to the studio and I say to my radio-listeners: Hello! I am Alexandr Petcov presenting! ".
Teatru la Microfon
Ludmila Alexei is editor-in-chief of Radio Moldova's longest-running program - "Teatru la microfon". She graduated from the faculty of Letters of the "I.Creangă" Pedagogical University of Chisinau. She has lived in Frankfurt-on-Main and in London for six years, and discovered people and places that heightened her passion for art, theater, film and music.
Diana Palade, presenter of the show „Universul Familiei” hosts the rubrics „Casa Mare” and „Arta de a fi om”. "For six years I have been presenting useful tips, family stories, experiences to help you become aware of your problems. From awareness to solving them is only one step. I invite you to the show "Universul Familiei”, the show that brings peace to your homes. "
Svetlana Sîrbu is editor-in-chief of “Cultura” service, host of the show "Album Duminical". "While I was a pupil and then a student, I listened to the literary-artistic programs, which inspired me and motivated me to write and to be creative. I dreamed to speak to the people at the microphone, to be a "good host" like the ones I admired. For 26 years I have been part of the Radio Moldova team and I feel complete and happy in the world of words, imagination, spirit - all we call culture. "
Loc de Dialog
Olga Stavila –presenter of "Loc de Dialog" radio show. "This year (2019) I reach the age of the majority at Radio Moldova. This makes me more responsible, more ambitious, and the show I host is anchored in reality, I am close to the citizen's concerns, needs and feelings, discussing problems, offering solutions, always looking for the light from the end of the tunnel. I thank the radio listeners and the guests. I invite you to listen to the show “Loc de Dialog”, on Tuesday, Wednesday, at 18:10, on Radio Moldova ".
Andrei Viziru –presenter of "Academia Radio" and " Dialoguri Culturale" programs. He has been member of the Modern Club-805 team, he has been exploring the fields of science and invention, he attends exhibitions and book launches. Also, he is fond of photographic works - an old passion of the journalist Andrei Viziru.
Radioabonamentul Prietenii Muzicii
Victor Stahi - the author and host of the Radioabonament “Prietenii Muzicii”, show “O melodie pentru tine” on Friday and of the International Classical Music Festival. He started to host music shows on Radio Moldova when he was a student at the Faculty of Journalism at Moldova State University. One of his aims is to promote national values, authentic values from the world music: pop, folk, symphonic, opera, chamber music.
Larisa Verdeş hosts the show “Casa Radio” that is aired every day from Monday to Friday. It includes new information and quality music. "The radio is a whole world at your ... ears! A theater of mind, an art of moments with a wide echo in hearts! I was overwhelmed by the warm word, spoken with goodwill and, especially, with discretion, on the radio", she says.
Young, benevolent, ambitious and hard-working - this is Daniela Gherman, one of the producers of the "Casa Radio" show. She says she likes her work and her future plans concern her work at the National Radio. Radio is her family . "I like to convey color, picture, message and all of them by words. It's the radio that gives me this possibility. It was a childhood dream, but over the years, this dream was kept in the dark, because I was tempted by medicine, then by acting, but in the end I returned to my wish. That's how I got to do journalism. "
Veronica Paniş says she chose radio journalism because she loves it. "For me, radio journalism involves dedication, creativity, spontaneity and seriousness. Listeners are the ones who matter, and for them, we do our work with dedication and abnegation”.
Ţară de la Ţară
Vladimir Javgureanu invites you to listen to the morning show “Tara de la Tara”. A radio station means a lot of passion, seriousness, shows and information of public interest, but also adrenaline, that is, good music, to make the listeners stay tuned, to feel and to know their preferences."
Radiomatinal de Weekend
Alina Chiriac-Ivascu listened to the national radio station all that summer, before she came to Radio Moldova. She wanted to understand best the journalist's job. She wanted to try this job, to speak at microphone and then to cross the bridge to Moldova 1. But she loved radio most. Alina Chiriac-Ivascu has been working for Radio Moldova for 23 years. She says that she still has emotions when she talks at the microphone, and that's because, in her opinion, the most beautiful thing is when you're emotionally involved in what you're doing. "The greatest satisfaction in the work we are doing is good people who meet you, writers, and simple people who tell you that they listened to your show and it was so interesting" .
Zina Izbas has been part of the Radio Moldova family for more than three decades. She hosted mostly shows for teens. She created the Studio of Juniors, through which she promoted talented young people with innovative ideas and willing to volunteer at Radio Moldova. Zina Izbas says that for her, radio is not a business, but a lifestyle. "I have been listening to the radio since I was small, I listened to my mother, my father, who spoke so beautifully Romanian, so that my love for the country and the Romanian spirit came deep into my life. I write what I feel and I want the listener to find oneself in my shows.”
Radiomatinal de Weekend
She started her activity at Radio Moldova in 2009, as a reporter at Radio News Department. Since 2011 she started to present the show "Doua maluri un destin", that covers the socio-cultural life of the citizens from the left bank of the Nistru , by producing reports, interviews and programs supporting confidence-building measures on both sides of the Nistru. From 2012 to present she is producer-coordinator of the "Radiomatinal de Weekend" show in the Debate, Documentation, Coproduction and Radio Investigation Department. "I'm a radio journalist. And this profession has been chosen by me from the moment I was writing poetry. And the closest to my passion was journalism. I wanted to face the history of every man in this country. If I compare journalism to something else, this would be – sharp legs, lucid minds, pen handling, (not) sincerity".
Tatiana Fiser invites you starting with 10:15, from Monday to Friday to the show “Spatiul Public” focused on problems of the citizens. "When you press the radio button, you do it; first of all, to cover a need, either it is about relaxation, information, loneliness, or all these together. Radio work is like a "chronic illness" you enjoy having discovered it in time. "
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Inconfundabila voce a Maricicăi Munteanu răsună cu multă convingere când vine ora ştirilor la Radio Moldova. În calitate de crainică fusese selectată în urma unui riguros concurs de care îşi aduce aminte şi astăzi. „Ziua de 24 septembrie 1983 a fost una dintre cele mai minunate zile din viaţa mea. Atunci, după ce am susţinut cu succes un riguros concurs, am intrat pentru prima dată în biroul crainicilor, unde i-am cunoscut pe viitorii mei colegi,oameni de o vastă cultură, adevărate enciclopedii, în mijlocul cărora m-am format ca specialist în domeniu. Radio Moldova era pe atunci unicul post de radio si eu m-am considerat o norocoasă, fiind aleasă dintre cei mulţi care şi-ar fi dorit să fie crainic. Astăzi, deşi au trecut atâţia ani, sunt mândră că am susţinut acel examen decisiv pentru mine. Radio Moldova este o şcoală a inteligenţei emoţionale, şcoala, ce ne ajută să spunem cuvintele potrivite la locul potrivit, să fim creativi, să ne înţelegem pe noi înşine pentru a ne motiva decizii