Elena Bancila hosts Mesager, the main news program on Moldova 1 TV. She has been working for 9 years at TV. She was only 20 years old when she started her career as a documentarist at an evening show. She loves television and the work of reporter and presenter of the morning program. Television for her is the most difficult and an important school of life, which shaped her character and personality. After years of entertaining, Elena accepted the great challenge of presenting news for four years now.
Mircea Surdu had graduated the Faculty of Journalism of the Moldova State University in 1985. First, he worked for the radio and then in 1988 he was employed at the TV. Together with television he goes through the stages of democratization, national rebirth, the path from a state television to a public one. His motto, and of the talk-show “Buna dimineata” he hosts, is "For freedom you have to fight every day." He is the author of the documentaries „Marica”, „Apa noastră cea de toate zilele”, „Filmele Vladei”, „Povestea cocostârcului în lacrimi”, „9 zile si 9 nopţi care au zguduit Răciula”, „Moldovean ca mine nu-i”. He is currently the director of the TeleFilm - Chişinău Studio, re-opened with the support of the Council of Europe and of the European Union after several decades of inacitivty.
Cine vine la noi?
Doina Stimpovschi starts the weekened for almost 2 years at Moldova 1 TV. She says that it is a great feeling to leave the house before the sunrise. She likes live shows, emotions, she can handle unpredictable situations when, for example, the guest is late for the show.
Ion Botnaru together with Dorina Iurcu presents Mesager news program, as well as the news at 21:00. He is part of Moldova 1 TV team since 2010 and became editor-in-chief in 2014. Ion Botnaru is also the “voice” of the public broadcaster. He brings information to the viewers' homes about the shows and special editions. He is balanced, calm and perfectionist in everything he does. He adores the originality and appreciates the author's news.
Natalia Moraru Vasilcău
Prin Muzică în Europa
Natalia Moraru Vasilcău is a passionate music journalist. She came to the National Television in the first years of Independence of the Republic of Moldova. Coming from a music environment, Natalia, a graduate of the Academy of Music, Theater, Fine Arts, found herself in the team of militant journalists of the idea of national rebirth. Natalia Moraru Vasilcău is a Master in Art, producer of music programs, organizer of international classical music festivals "Martişor", "Maria Bieşu", "Crescendo". The depth of the thoughts she has succeeded in materializing them in the musical programs from the public station Moldova 1 "Through Music in Europe", the creation evenings of the most representative musicians in the country.
O seară în familie
Rusalina Rusu is the right person in the right place. She has been working for the Moldova 1 TV for more than 15 years, she likes to discover people and to live events. TV marathons, live broadcasts, soul discussions- all these formed her as a personality. "Tineri si dotati ", "Buna dimineata", "Dosare secrete", "O seara in familie” are some of the shows hosted by Rusalina Rusu.
În alţi papuci
Tatiana Cojocaru loved Moldova 1 TV since she was a student at the faculty. After she gave birth to 2 babies, she returned to her first love - the television. Young people's problems, aspirations, successes, and deceptions - all of them are in the show "Be Young". She is busy both with lessons and extracurricular activities, but she has time for gym, travels, walks, and events dedicated to the young generation.
Mihai Sandu says that his father inspired him love for football. "I was almost 10 years old and I was already watching the World Championship matches. And now I remember the emotions lived with the Romanian national team at the 1994 World Cup, "says Mihai Sandu. He claims that any match means a strong emotion. "Any sport eventually requires emotions to be truly enjoyable," says Mihai Sandu.
Ştiri Moldova 1
Ludmila Vasilachi is part of Moldova 1 TV since 2001, when she was presenting news in Russian. During this period she participated in a series of professional trainings organized by BBC, DW and experts from Romania. In day-to-day work, she appreciates most accuracy and teamwork. She has a special respect for the professionals. In her free time she likes to ski and study interior design. Ludmila is a benevolent, helpful and respects people for the truth.
Moldova de Patrimoniu
Angela Gavriliuc started her activity at the Broadcaster „Teleradio-Moldova” in 1995, in the department of news. Then, she started to collaborate with other departments. She hosted „Telematinal” and the show for children „Să creşti mare”. She was editor presenter of „Povestea de seară”. In 2002 she launched her own project, the intelligence contest for pupils– „Minerva”. Meanwhile, she hosted the shows „Ai carte, ai parte”, „Enigmă şi Infinit”, „Constelaţia Graţiilor”. She has been activating in the News and Debates Department since 2007. She presented Mesager and other news reports. She is a creative, always looking for new challenges. That's why, she is now working on a new project.
Ştiri Moldova 1
Natalia Iasîbaş is presenting morning news in Russian. She has been working for Moldova 1 TV for 14 years. While she was a student and came to the TV, Natalia dreamed of being part of the Mesager team. She carried out social, political, economic news, has been a news editor, and now she is a presenter. First, she studied pedagogy as she was guided by her parents who are teachers. Then, she had graduated the Faculty of Journalism of the State University of Moldova. She had training at the Ostankino Institute of Television and Radio in Moscow. She has a hobby: designing children's clothing.
La noi în sat
Aurelia Vartic comes to television from the "Ion Creanga" folk theater and passes through all stages of the technological process. From the assistant director of pop music, to producer of folk shows and live broadcasts, from festivals and contests to her own folk show. Today, she finds herself in the "La noi in sat" project, a show she loves and in whose village she has been living for about 16 years. All villagers know Aurelia Vartic and all fiddlers respect her because she knows all their problems and joys.
Irina Ropot was born in a village that was famous for its traditions and crafts. “I have been working for the News Department for 25 years and I made reports in social field, sports and health news and then I took up a show promoting traditions and crafts. I carried out reports in Moldova’s villages and I got to know real treasures”, says the journalist.