|Born||Seyed Ezatollah Zarghami
22 July 1959 
|Alma mater||Amir Kabir University|
|Occupation||Former executive director of IRIB|
Ezzatollah Zarghami (Persian: عزت الله ضرغامی; born 22 July 1959 in Tehran) is an Iranian politician, former military officer and media executive who was the head of IRIB from 2004 until 2014.
Zarghami served as a general in the Revolutionary Guard. has been the head of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting, the media corporation in charge of controlling Iranian national radio and television broadcasting, since 2004. His predecessor was Ali Larijani.
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- David Kenner (6 February 2014). "Iran's Hardliners Just Tried to Muzzle Hassan Rouhani". Foreign Policy. Retrieved 6 February 2014.
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