Osokin Michael( Anchorman)
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Biography Osokin Michael
Was certified by second-year MSU for participation in a student strike with the wording 'for anti-communist attitude to public life and work' and restored after serving in the army. In 1975 he graduated from the Faculty of History, Moscow State University, and then - post graduate courses. In 1982 he defended his thesis' Trade between Britain and the Levant during the crisis of English absolutism (1600-1640 gg.) "On competition of a scientific degree of candidate of historical sciences.
. From 1978 to 1990 he worked in the World Service of Radio Moscow in the broadcasts in the U.S. and the UK.
. NTV worked with the founding of TV in October 1993 to April 2001 and in 2003-2006
. In 1998 he was awarded 'TEFI' as the best leading news program.
. In 2001, together with the team Kiseleva he went on TV-6, and then the FA, after the last trip - is back on NTV, where he had the program 'Today' turns with Tatiana Mitkova
. After the summer of 2004 generalnym director of NTV, Vladimir became Kulistikov first Mitkova disappeared from the airwaves, and then Osokin. In early 2006, general director of NTV Kulistikov discussed  with Osokin prospect of his participation in the 'cycle history project' (in the format of historical magazine show), which was to be broadcast in autumn 2006 but this did not happen.
. From May 2006 to June 2008, Michael worked Osokin leading the evening news on the international Russian-language channel RTVi.
. On September 1, 2008 led the evening newscasts on the channel REN TV. 
. Fluent in English and French
. Collect rare stamps, roller-skating.
Married, wife Elena works chief editor of NTV news programs. Daughter Anna graduated from the journalism faculty of Moscow State University, works as an editor in the information service on the First Channel.
It is considered one of the most steadfast and calm the leading news. We Osokina phenomenal memory, so the teleprompter, he almost never uses. By his own admission, the prompter often shackled and prevented improvise.
March 1, 1995 first reported the murder of Vladislav Listyev.