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Kyrylo Loukerenko

Executive Director of Hromadske Radio

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 "The most important thing for any media is the audience's trust. Without trust, the efforts of professionals make no sense."

Kyrylo graduated from the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv with a degree in journalism in 1993. In 1995, he continued his studies at the University of South Carolina under its professional development program. Afterwards, he received a Master's degree in Political Science at the Central European University in Hungary, as well as a Master's degree in International Relations at the London School of Economics. During these studies, Kyrylo interned at both Radio Liberty in Prague and Voice of America in Washington D.C.

A foreign correspondent of multiple Ukrainian newspapers in the 1990s, Kyrylo served for VV in London, and Den' (The Day) in Budapest. He covered events in Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova for the Deutsche Presse-Agentur news agency. He would also create scripts and provide research for two documentary TV series: Zabuta derzhavnist (The Forgotten Statehood, 1993) and Taiemnytsi Ukrainy (Secrets of Ukraine, 2006).

Additionally, Kyrylo worked as a producer and special correspondent for the Ukrainian service of the BBC in London and Kyiv (early 2000s). His other positions include the Editor-in-Chief of the news service on Novy TV Channel, editor for the news show Podrobnosti (Inter TV channel), and host for the TV show Agenty Vplyvu (Agents of Influence) on the NTN TV channel. For a short period, Kyrylo worked in Public Relations: as a press secretary of the political party Front Zmin, and the head of PR department of the Biennale ARSENALE 2012. Kyrylo was an editor on TVi channel until its management changed in 2013.

In the summer that same year, Kyrylo became an Editor-in-Chief of Hromadske Radio. Today, he is responsible for searching for additional funding for new projects. Sometimes Kyrylo hosts daily talk shows like Hromadska Khvylya or Kyiv-Donbas.

Read Kyrylo Loukerenko's blog on Ukrayinska Pravda (in Ukrainian).

<blockquote> <p class="p1"><span class="s1"> <b>"The most important thing for any media is the audience's trust. Without trust, the efforts of professionals make no sense."</b></span></p> </blockquote> <p class="p1"><span class="s1">Kyrylo graduated from the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv with a degree in journalism in 1993. In 1995, he continued his studies at the University of South Carolina under its professional development program. Afterwards, he received a Master's degree in Political Science at the Central European University in Hungary, as well as a Master's degree in International Relations at the London School of Economics. During these studies, Kyrylo interned at both Radio Liberty in Prague and Voice of America in Washington D.C.</span></p> <p class="p1"><span class="s1">A foreign correspondent of multiple Ukrainian newspapers in the 1990s, Kyrylo served for <i>VV</i> in London, and <i>Den'</i> (The Day) in Budapest. He covered events in Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova for the <i>Deutsche Presse-Agentur</i> news agency. He would also create scripts and provide research for two documentary TV series: <i>Zabuta derzhavnist</i> (The Forgotten Statehood, 1993) and <i>Taiemnytsi Ukrainy</i> (Secrets of Ukraine, 2006).</span></p> <p class="p1"><span class="s1">Additionally, Kyrylo worked as a producer and special correspondent for the Ukrainian service of the BBC in London and Kyiv (early 2000s). His other positions include the Editor-in-Chief of the news service on <i>Novy</i> TV Channel, editor for the news show <i>Podrobnosti</i> (Inter TV channel), and host for the TV show <i>Agenty Vplyvu</i> (Agents of Influence) on the NTN TV channel. For a short period, Kyrylo worked in Public Relations: as a press secretary of the political party Front Zmin, and the head of PR department of the Biennale <a href="http://www.arsenale2012.com/program/?lang=rus"><span class="s2">ARSENALE 2012</span></a>. Kyrylo was an editor on TVi channel until its management changed in 2013.</span></p> <p class="p1"><span class="s1">In the summer that same year, Kyrylo became an Editor-in-Chief of Hromadske Radio. Today, he is responsible for searching for additional funding for new projects. Sometimes Kyrylo hosts daily talk shows like <i>Hromadska Khvylya</i> or Kyiv-Donbas.</span></p> <p class="p1"><span class="s1">Read Kyrylo Loukerenko's blog on <a href="http://blogs.pravda.com.ua/authors/lukerenko/"><span class="s2">Ukrayinska Pravda</span></a> (in Ukrainian).</span></p>