Arcadie Gherasim

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Arcadie Gherasim
Born (1957-08-24) August 24, 1957 (age 59)
Nationality USSR
Moldova
Alma mater Moldova State University
Occupation Journalist
Employer Vocea Basarabiei
Timpul de dimineaţă
TeleRadio-Moldova
Euro TV Moldova
Known for Journalistic activity

Arcadie Gherasim (born August 24, 1957) is a journalist from the Republic of Moldova. He was general director of Moldovan Public Television Moldova 1 and editor-in-chief of news programs for Radio Moldova. Arcadie Gherasim works for Vocea Basarabiei[1] and Timpul de dimineaţă.[2]

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Arcadie Gherasim was born on August 24, 1957. Arcadie Gherasim was a reporter with TeleRadio-Moldova, as well as with Moldova's National Public Radio (1979–1986). Gherasim worked his way up in the company as departmental head, deputy editor-in-chief, and editor-in-chief of news programs for Radio Moldova. Between July 1999 and June 2000, he was general director of Moldovan Public Television, Moldova 1.

He is a deputy editor-in-chief of Timpul de dimineaţă, a major Moldovan newspaper. He is also the voice of Forum, a radio show on Radio Vocea Basarabiei.[3] Gherasim also teaches economic journalism at the State University of Moldova. Between 2002 and 2006, he was a producer with Euro TV Moldova.[4]

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