Zoya Trunova studied Journalism at Moscow State University and started her career in 1992, first as a stringer for Reuters Television, then as a freelance field producer in the Caucasus, Ukraine, Russia and elsewhere in the Former Soviet Union. In 1994 she joined Internews International, an NGO supporting independent TV journalists. In 1996 she joined the BBC Moscow Bureau as Senior Broadcast Journalist, producing TV and radio reports in Russia and other countries of the FSU, Israel, the United States, Afghanistan, Kosovo, etc. In 2006 she was appointed as Online Editor for the BBC Russian service in London. She was leading a team of journalists, editing bbcrussian.com. In 2011 she became Video Editor for BBC World Service, Language Services. She manages the Global Video Unit, the department which coordinates and supports worldwide original video production for BBC’s 27 foreign language websites.
The BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcaster, broadcasting in 27 languages to many parts of the world via a wide range of technologies, including analogue and digital … Read More