Anu Välba

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Anu Välba in 2011.

Anu Välba (born 14 May 1974)[1] is an Estonian TV and radio host.

She has graduated from the Tallinn University on television directing in 1998 but has been working as a hostess instead. Her credits include the TV morning programme "Terevisioon", weekly "Paar", "Hommik Anuga" and daily "Ringvaade", all but one co-hosted with Marko Reikop. She was also involved with Eurovision Song Contest 2002 where she did off-screen editing for video postcards shown between the competing songs.

On the radio, she has co-worked for the programmes of Vikerraadio and Raadio 2.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Anu Välba muutuste aeg" (in Estonian). Naistemaailm http://www.naistemaailm.ee. Archived from the original on 4 March 2010. Retrieved 13 Feb 2010.  External link in |publisher= (help)