Maykop town TV is headed by new main editor 30.11.2007
By the order of the acting chief of the Maykop town administration Michael Chernichenko the main editor of the municipal TV Alexander Sheludshev was appointed. Coordination of that appointment with the Council of People’s deputies of Adygeya capital was not required, and the main editor on November 29 was only introduced to the town deputies.
According to the chief of the press-service of the town administration Vladimir Shustov, there were no objections of the deputies in relation to the appointment; only the questions of the biographic character were asked to the new main editor. "The ex-head of the TV Edward Belialov, 61- years old, probably, would work as a correspondent of the town television", - he said.
Let's note, Alexander Sheludshev was born in 1970 in Maykop. The career of the journalist he began in 1991 in the newspaper "Maykop News". In 1996 he graduated the Northern-Caucasian academy of state service.
In the republican newspaper "Soviet Adygeya" he started working in 1993 as the assistant of the secretary. During the last years of governing of the first Adygeya president Aslan Djarimov he occupied the post of the adviser and the press-secretary of the president.
Before coming to powers of the second Adygeya president Khazret Sovmen he had been appointed the main editor of the newspaper "Soviet Adygeya". In 2006 he resigned.
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