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TV star Elena Letuchaya will host children program and give free master class in Ufa

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UFA, 19 May 2016. /Bashinform News Agency, Leila Aralbaeva/.

The famous Russian TV host and producer Elena Letuchaya came to Ufa in the framework of the All-Russian creative media marathon "Ostankino". This is an exclusive project of the Moscow Institute of Television and Radio Broadcasting "Ostankino" (MITRO). At the press centre of the "Komsomolskaya Pravda" the Star of "Friday!" TV channel, and the head of MITRO special education programs Irina Prokopyeva and director of the Children's Television School "Telescho" Rustem Adnabaev told about the project and answered questions of journalists.

The purpose of the media marathon is to show the reality of achieving a goal for anyone dreaming of television regardless of age. The youngest students are under 20 years old, the oldest — 78 years old. MITRO students are taught by the best TV presenters, journalists, directors, producers, operators, who combine their work with teaching. Among the MITRO masters: Vladimir Menshov, Ernest Mackevičius Maria Sittel, Daniel Spivakovsky, Nikolai Svanidze, Elena Letuchaya, Mikhail Zelensky, Mikhail Agranovich, Vladimir Molchanov, Alla Surikova, Alexander Politkovsky, Dmitry Astrakhan.

In Ufa, in the framework of the project, students of 10-11 forms will be able to attend a free master class by Elena Letuchaya. A creative meeting will be held today at "Iskra" cinema. Also, the TV presenter will hold together with her Ufa young colleague Ilya the children's program "Gora Novostei" on "Tamyr" channel. The program will be aired on May 20. Then the media marathon participants will depart to Tyumen.

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