Andreea Marin Bănică
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Her involvement within the Romanian media seems to have directly contributed to her selection as the most successful female media person in the country. On 2 December 2006, Marin Bănică hosted the 2006 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. She also presented the Romanian votes at the 2000, 2004, 2006, and 2007 Eurovision Song Contest finals.
Since 1999, she has hosted and directed Surprize, Surprize ("Surprises, Surprises"), a long-running show about life stories involving disabled people, people without money, and people with relatives gone away, broadcast on TVR1.
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- Profile in English
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- (Romanian) Business Woman Romania editorial page
- (Romanian) *Interview in Cariere magazine
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|Junior Eurovision Song Contest presenter
(with Ioana Ivan)
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Sipke Jan Bousema
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