Gohar Gasparyan (television presenter)

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Gohar Gasparyan
Born (1985-10-19) 19 October 1985 (age 31)
Yerevan, Armenia
Alma mater Yerevan State University
Occupation Television personality, model, journalist
Years active 1996–present

Gohar Gasparyan (Armenian: Գոհար Գասպարյան; born 19 October 1985) is a television announcer with Public Television of Armenia (ARMTV) for more than a decade, presenting entertainment programs. She is also a model. Currently she is head of the Armenian Eurovision delegation.


Gohar Gasparyan, also known as Goharik was born to a father in the military. Her mother was a teacher of French language. She finished "Khachik Dashtents No. 114 School" in Armenia. From young days, at 12, she had edited the children's page of "Yerrort Alik" (in Armenian 3-րդ ալիք) Children's supplement. After secondary education, she was admitted to Valery Bryusov's State University of Lingusitics, where she studied in the university's Faculty of Foreign Languages. In the third year, she chose International Journalism as her major graduating successfully. Concurrently she studied in Yerevan State University Faculty of Journalism in Armenian. Besides working in Armenian public television, she teaches a television course in Valery Bryusov's State University of Linguistics.

On 3 December 2011 Gohar Gasparyan and Avet Barseghyan were presenters of Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2011 in Yerevan.[1]

Gohar Gasparyan was born in 1985 in Yerevan. In 2002 graduated from Secondary School No. 114 after Kh. Dashtents. In 2002–07 she studied English language and international reporting at Yerevan State Linguistic University after V. Brjusov. In 2007–09 took a Master's Course at Yerevan State University Department of Journalism. Also received an international Master's degree at SUA attached Armenian School of Journalism. In 1996–2001 was the host of program series for children and teens at Public TV 3rd Wave project (Talented Children, 3rd Wagon, etc.). Gohar has been working at Armenia Public TV as program host and author, commentator of international projects since 2003 (This Evening/Morning/Night, First Program, Rubicon, Top 10, etc. She is the commentator of Eurovision and Junior Eurovision song contests since 2006 and Head of Eurovision Armenian Delegation since 2010. In her activity as a host a special place is with cultural and sport special projects, concerts and exclusive interviews (Junior Eurovision 2010 in Yerevan, Plácido Domingo, Jivan-80, Fanny Ardant, Arthur Abraham,Alain Delon, World Chess Champions, Eurovision National Selections, Golden Apricot, etc.), as well as organization of specific events (www.unistaff.am). Since October 2012 Gohar has been the host of "Found Dream" TV Show on First Channel.[2]


Preceded by
Belarus Leila Ismailava and Denis Kourian
Junior Eurovision Song Contest presenter
(with Avet Barseghyan)
Succeeded by
Netherlands Kim-Lian van der Meij and Ewout Genemans