Sergey Brilev

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Deputy Director, TV Channel "Rossiya" (RTR), Manager and Presenter of “News on Saturday with Sergey Brilev”.

Graduated from the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs; also graduated from the Institute of Foreign Languages in Montevideo (Uruguay) and from BBC training courses in London.

During the 1990s, was a special correspondent of the Moscow News weekly and the Komsomolskaya Pravda daily; a Moscow-based correspondent of radio El Mundo and the La Razon daily (Argentina) and El Observador Economico and La Republica (Uruguay); was bureau chief of the Rossiya TV channel in London.

In 2001-2003, was TV anchor of the Vesti evening news program, then Deputy Director of the RTR channel's Information Programs Directorate, and anchor of the Vesti Nedeli program.

Conducted the Pryamaya Liniya special TV broadcasts with the President of the Russian Federation.

Member of the Russian TV Academy.

Recipient of professional awards. in particular, TEFI laureate in the nominations for “Best TV News Anchor” and ”Best News and Analysis Program”.

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26 May 2015
Sergey Brilev

Deputy Director, TV Channel "Rossiya" (RTR), Manager and Presenter of “News on Saturday with Sergey Brilev”

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Sergey Brilev

Deputy Director, TV Channel "Rossiya" (RTR), Manager and Presenter of “News on Saturday with Sergey Brilev”

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