Agnieszka Romaszewska-Guzy

Director of the Belsat TV

She was born in 1962 in Warsaw. She is a Polish press and television journalist and the initiator and director of Belsat Television - the first and so far only independent television station broadcasting in Belarus. During her studies at the University of Warsaw, in the Solidarity era (1980 - 1981) she was a spokesperson for the All-Poland Founding Committee of the Independent Students' Union, and later a member of the National Audit Committee of the Independent Students' Union. After martial law was imposed, she was interned. Until 1989, she cooperated with opposition groups, including the Freedom and Peace movement. In 1987, she graduated from the Institute of History at the University of Warsaw. During her doctoral studies in the United States, she was an intern at the prestigious titles "The Washington Times", "The Washington Post" and the weekly "The New Republic". Since 1992, she has been associated with Polish Television. Over the years, she has worked at TVP, among others, as head of reporters, deputy head of TVP News, national reporter, editor of News, with also international correspondent and reporter. She also served as director of TVP Polonia and director of the Białystok branch of TVP. She is affiliated with the Association of Polish Journalists, having served as its vice-president.


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