“PenzaNews” agency editor-in-chief Pavel Polosin is 30
Penza, 15 April 2015. PenzaNews. The editor-in-chief of PenzaNews agency Pavel Polosin celebrates his 30th anniversary on Wednesday, April 15.
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Since the beginning of his career in the media industry 14 years ago, he has devoted seven years to the news agency and remains one of its idea leaders to this day.
PenzaNews agency was officially registered in 2008 after its foundation, when the majority of Penza region residents and even many media representatives viewed online news reports as something incredible and out of place. Since its foundation, Pavel Polosin had been converting people to the new format, making them believe that the Web would be able to help people fully use their right to know of current events.
As the news agency developed, the editor-in-chief has defined the main principles that turned into the motto for each and every PenzaNews journalist and staff member: to be Accurate, Impartial, Timely. At present, as news air is rife with new information, the agency staff strives each and every day to bring their readers only the truth about the events in Penza and the region.
The colleagues praise Pavel Polosin for his rigid principles, determination and relentless character, and say he gets his results thanks to charisma, discipline in implementing new projects, and unbreakable optimism.
The editor-in-chief will be celebrating his birthday at work among the like-minded colleagues, each an individual helping to maintain PenzaNews agency’s image as an independent information source that has no qualms to present different and even directly opposite points of view at the same time to its readers.
Pavel (Nikolaevich) Polosin was born in Penza on April 15, 1985.
In 2002, he graduated from the school No. 31 with a golden medal, after studying the first nine classes at the multidisciplinary gymnasium No. 13.
During the school years, Pavel Polosin was studying music, and won prizes and first places of numerous piano competitions. He graduated the children’s musical school No. 10 with honors.
In 2007, Pavel Polosin graduated from the Penza State University with a major in State and Municipal Management, and completed a part-time PSU course in Law Science.
From 2007 to 2010, he was a PSU postgraduate student at the State Management and Regional Social Studies department, and in 2011, he successfully presented his thesis, titled “Social Responsibility Of Mass Media In An Information Society: Regional Aspect.”
Pavel Polosin first started his work record in 2000, after finding a job as a computer operator through the temporary employment program for adolescents at the Youth Employment Center. At his first job, he worked on releasing a printed school newspaper “School Newsletter” that he himself had founded several years before graduating.
He first tried himself as a TV staff member in 2001, when he worked as a TV host at a youth show “Black and White” (working title of a pilot show “New vision”) on local Channel Nine (Penza State TV and Radio Broadcasting company, now STRBC “Penza”). However, he left the TV for some time in 2002 while preparing for his university entry exams.
Pavel Polosin returned to the state TV holding in autumn 2003, and worked as “RTR Penza” advertising agency promoter, non-staff editorial member of arts and opinion shows, and online broadcasting manager up until spring 2005.
From March 2005 to November 2007, he produced TV and radio shows at the local branch of STRBC “Penza.” Moreover, he worked as editor-in-chief of the TV company news website, and frequently featured as news anchor during the program “Good Morning, Russia” and show host on “Radio Russia from Penza.”
From November 2007 to February 2009, he worked as the editor of “Nashe Vremya” news show on “REN Penza” TV channel (of TRBC “Express”).
From February 2008, Pavel Polosin has been working as the editor-in-chief of PenzaNews agency.
He is the expert board chairman of the Penza region charity program “Equipment for the Benefit” organized by PenzaNews agency together with the regional community foundation “Civil Union.”
Through his life, Pavel Polosin received letters of gratitude from the Penza region governor Vasily Bochkarev, chairmans of the regional Legislative Assembly Alexander Gulyakov and Ivan Belozertsev, a commemorative medal “In Honor of 350th Anniversary of Penza,” as well as commendations from the Penza administration head, city head, and various government bodies.