Stela Popa

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Stela Popa
Born (1982-08-07) August 7, 1982 (age 34)
Coşcodeni, Sângerei District
Nationality USSR,
Moldova
Known for journalist Jurnal TV and Vocea Basarabiei

Stela Popa (born August 7, 1982 in Coşcodeni) is a journalist and author from Moldova.[1] She works for Jurnal TV[2] and Vocea Basarabiei.[3][4]

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Stela Popa was born on August 7, 1982 in Coşcodeni, Sângerei District. She studied at Prometeu-Prim Lyceum and graduated from Moldova State University.[5] She worked for Radio-Sângera, Euro TV Moldova,[6] TV7 (Moldova) and was a correspondent of Antena 1 (Romania) in Chişinău. Stela Popa has been the director of Vocea Basarabiei in Bucharest since June 2009.[7][8] She married the Romanian sociologist Dan Dungaciu in October 2012.[9]

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