Miša Molk

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Miša Molk
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Born (1954-09-06) September 6, 1954 (age 59)
Nationality Slovenian
Known for TV Personality

Miša Molk (born September 6, 1954, in Vrhnika) is an award-winning journalist and television personality based in Slovenia. Molk graduated with a university degree from the Ljubljana Faculty of Social Sciences. Her professional career has always been tied to the television business and RTV Slovenija.

Career[edit]

Television presenter, producer, editor and journalist, Molk is a well known in Slovenia. Also a talk show presenter, she is very much connected to the Eurovision Song Contest [1] and is a member of the Reference Group in the European Broadcasting Union.

1976–1989[edit]

  • Writing for national newspapers and magazine RTV SLO
  • Youth Programme/weekly: presenter and author
  • Entertainment Programme: TV quiz about international history and culture
  • Eurovision Song Contest: commentator (1986, 1987 and 1989)
  • Song festivals: presenter

1984–1989[edit]

Student Center of Ljubljana University

  • Manager of activities of students' interests, art courses, literary meetings, public tribunes about students' life and problems, organizing sport events, etc.

1989–1996[edit]

TV Slovenia

  • Producer and presenter in the Entertainment Department:
  1. Criss-Cross talk show, running 15 years
  2. It's true, very successful talk show about the intimate and emotional life of the celebrity guests
  3. Eurovision Song Contest, commentator (1990-1992, 1996-2000)
  4. Jazz and pop music festivals
  5. Writing in newspaper the agony columns; advice about life problems
  6. Co-producer of travel shows: about the culture, entertainment and tourism of a certain region.

1996–2004[edit]

  • Producer and presenter of the talk show It’s true (till June 2003)
  • Head of Entertainment and Sports at RTV SLO
  • Public Broadcaster

2004–2008[edit]

  • Executive Project Manager
  • Ombudsman for viewers' and listeners' rights (May 2008)

Other activities[edit]

  • Writing columns in national newspapers about men-women relations, prejudices, education, habits, politics etc.
  • Presenting and producing national events on and off screen
  • Anchor of interview programs on national television and magazines
  • Member of EBU (European Broadcasting Union) Reference Group / making rules and decisions about preparation of the Eurovision Song Contest
  • Member of EBU Format Group
  • Vice president of EBU TV Bureau Light Entertainment Experts Group / developing new Entertainment formats and co productions
  • Member of Board of RTV SLO
  • Chairman of the jury awarding the annual biggest achievements on RTV SLO

Awards[edit]

Viktor six times (awarded by the Stop magazine), Kristalni globus twice (awarded by Nedeljski dnevnik magazine), Zlati ekran twice (awarded by 7D-Monitor magazine).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gaube, Ales (February 21, 2002). "Transvestite Sisters stir Slovenia". CNN. Retrieved 5 June 2011.