Armen Amiryan appointed member of the Council of TV and Radio Company

Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan signed a decree today, appointing Armen Amiryan member of the Council of Public Television and Radio Company of Armenia for the term of six year.

The President took note of Articles 27.1, 27.2 of RA Law on Television and Radio and the decision of the ad hoc competition commission formed on November 26, 2015 upon the instruction of the President of the Republic of Armenia.

Born on July 29, 1967, Armen Amiryan graduated from the Armenian State Pedagogical Institute after Khachatur Abovyan. He has worked in the field of television and radio since 1984, has hosted a number of programs on TV.

Armen Amiryan founded the “Ar Radio Intercontinental” Radio Company and the “ArmenAkob” cultural center in 1996.

He worked as Executive Director of Public Radio of Armenia from 1997 to 2015.

In 2006 Armen Amiryan was awarded Movses Khorenatsi Medal. According to a presidential decree, he was granted the Title of Honored Worker of Culture of the Republic of Armenia in September 2015.

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