Biography of Tatiana MitkovaTatyana Rostislavovna Mitkova - television presenter, journalist, deputy general director of NTV, chief editor of the Information Service of this channel.
In the late 1990s, she was the benchmark of her profession, a symbol of the democratic NTV of the previous composition. The facts of her early biography, in particular, the famous refusal in January 1991 to read on the air a version of the official interpretation of the events in Vilnius, testified to her fearlessness and independence as a real journalist.
Mitkova Tatyana Rostislavovna
Childhood and family of Tatiana MitkovaThe future TV diva was born on September 13, 1957 in the capital of the country. Her father was a member of the Great Patriotic War. After the hostilities, he entered the service in foreign intelligence in the structure of the KGB.With his wife, Tatiana's mother, he met in Switzerland, where she initially worked at the Soviet embassy, and later became a housewife.
Date of birth of Tatiana Mitkova September 13
Since 1963 she attended a special school with an English bias, was fond of music, dancing, figure skating. She was even expected to study at the conservatory. The marks in the humanities were high, but she had problems with math and physics.
By nationality Tatyana Mitkova Russian
Tatiana Mitkova's career on televisionEven at the institute at the educational practice the girl got into "Ostankino". At first she worked as an assistant editor, later became a special correspondent. The first programs of the beginning journalist were “International Panorama” and “120 minutes”.
Tatyana Mitkova in her youth
Not without catching up the young editor Mitkova and in the case of the broadcast information about Afghanistan with the call for the withdrawal of our troops. Such even hints were then unacceptable.
Master class Tatiana Mitkova
Then, for several months, she collaborated with the ARD, the public broadcasting company of the Federal Republic of Germany, then returned and began conducting news and news programs Vremya, Novosti, making sharp stories, in particular, about the close cooperation of high clergy with the KGB.
Then the famous Nikita Mikhalkov rose up in defense of the hierarchs. He summoned her to a dialogue in the "Crossroads". Mitkova declined to discuss the issue under the pretext of the son's illness. Then the film director came with the cameraman straight to her apartment. But she again refused to debate. As a result, in the filmed movie, he accused the TV diva of lying.
Tatyana Mitkova started her career in the news.
Tatiana Mitkova's personal lifeBeing a brilliant professional, Tatiana, like a real daughter of a former intelligence officer, always remained a closed person. Nobody knew about the private life of the TV star, not even her colleagues.
Tatyana Mitkova on the NTV channel in 2001
Seva, Tatiana’s ex-spouse, is allegedly known for being in Africa for 5 years and has not sent a single message about local events during this time. And as if she had not considered it necessary to go to him for all this time, but on the contrary, she started an office romance with Dmitry Kiselyov. Together they started working on TSN. Therefore, after Vsevolod returned home, the couple divorced.
About the current wife Mitkova known only that he is engaged in financial transactions on the stock exchange. The journalist carefully hides not only the name of her husband, but also his face.
Tatyana Mitkova hides her husband
Tatyana Mitkova todayIn 2011, after a seven-year break, one of the most prominent figures of Russian television in the 1990s had to return to keeping news on the screens in Today. Results "allegedly due to a drop in the rating of the channel. At the same time, she retained the posts of deputy general director - head of the information broadcasting service.
Tatyana Mitkova - Chief Editor of the NTV Information Service
Many media ideologists considered Tatiana the benchmark of the profession, positioning her as a talented, intelligent, charming woman and journalist.Although there were also frank detractors, in whom her image was associated with Bulgakov's Lapshennikova, with "eyes slanted to the nose from constant lies."
In April 2014, she pointedly refused the Lithuanian award - a commemorative medal about the events of 1991, when Soviet special forces tried to storm the Vilnius television center. She made her decision, resenting the fact that Dalia Grybauskaite excluded from the list of awards Dmitry Kiselyov as a person who entered the EU sanctions list, believing that he had repeatedly violated the fundamental ideas of democracy, justice and freedom on television.
Tatyana Mitkova refused the Lithuanian state award as a sign of solidarity with Dmitry Kiselev