Kevork Kevorkian – a journalist and a publicist – was born on the 11th of September, 1944, in Sliven. He graduates from the University of Sofia with a degree in Law (1965-1970). From 1971 to 1972, Kevork is the editor of Critique and in the period 1982-1988 he is a contributor to the Literary Front newspaper. He also works for the Bulgarian National Television on a number of occasions – as a commentator (1973), as an observer (1981), and as a programme manager. Kevork is the author and presenter of Every Sunday – the most popular broadcast in the history of BNT which has gradually introduced a new style of journalism throughout the years and is thought to be the rostrum of broadmindedness (1979-1990, 1993-1999, 2002-2005). The weekly column ‘Television Stories’ – published by the Trud newspaper (2006-2011) – is also his. Kevork is the publisher of Every Sunday magazine (1990-1993), the founder of Zodiac – VN publishing house and the radio station Signal Plus.  He is the founder and chairman of the Bulgarian Association for Fair Elections and Civil Rights (1990). Kevork has started a nationwide movement and has restored dozens of military memorials.
Kevork has written the books ‘Company at Will’ (vols. 1-3, 1981-1987), ’15 Encounters’ (1982), ‘Characters’ (1989), ‘Meeting Simeon II’ (1990), ‘The Legend and her Heroes’ (vols. 1-3, 2005), ‘Kevork Talks. Unusual Conventions’ (2008), ‘Kevork Talks II. The Secret Diaries’ (2008), etc.
From 2011 on, Kevork writes for a weekly commentator’s column at the Standard newspaper. In 2012, he started writing for a weekly column at the Presa.

Kevork Kevorkyan

 
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