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112 Ukraine TV channel's host nominated for Man of the Year award

Source : 112 Ukraine

Volodymyr Poluyev has been the team member since the very day of the TV channel's foundation in 2013; currently, he hosts The Pulse and Vechirniy Praim shows
19:53, 15 January 2019

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Kyiv hosted the 23rd ceremony of the national program Man of the Year and the respective award in Ukraine. Volodymyr Poluyev, the reporter and the TV host of 112 Ukraine TV channel appeared among the candidates.  

Poluyev ended up in the top three of the candidates in the 'TV Journalist of the Year' category. 

Volodymyr Poluyev has been the team member since the very day of the TV channel's foundation in 2013; he started as an editor, then as a correspondent. He witnessed the entirety of events of the Revolution of Dignity in Ukraine. Currently, he hosts The Pulse and Vechirniy Praim shows. Besides, he's been the brand voice of the TV channel, as the viewers hear it every day. 

'It's nice being the laureate of this prize because it once again stresses how much the TV channel's work means. There's a huge team behind every TV host, and it's the 112 Ukraine TV channel's team that we've been regularly telling our viewers about', the TV host said.  

The Man of the Year award goes to those considered the best in various areas of life. The list of candidates includes politicians, social activists, diplomats, beneficiaries, artists and media workers who contribute to Ukraine's development. 

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