Meet the crew
With over twenty-five years of experience in radio and on TV, Sarme fell in love with broadcasting early on. At the tender age of eight, she was already reciting jingles and singing Armenian songs. Her career began on Radio Paradise, reading horoscopes for one hour a day.
Soon after, Sarme became the talk of the town, presenting shows, while working as a reporter on ATN. Her persistence and hard work landed her an interview with Rafic Hariri, an unprecedented move for a young reporter, who would eventually lead the TV department at the station.
For Sarme broadcasting is a passion, not a responsibility. Every morning on “Kavat Me Sourdji Shourch”, a favorite of Radio Sevan listeners, the audience connects with her on a personal level, which still humbles her after so many years. Sarme is married with two daughters.
Shiraz stumbled on to broadcasting unintentionally and hasn’t looked back since. A graduate of Hovagimian-Manoogian School and A.U.B., where he majored in Biology, Shiraz never thought his love of politics would take him this far
After successfully auditioning for an anchor position on Future TV’s Armenian news program, he found his true calling. He is currently one of Radio Sevan’s news presenters and hosts the “Navasart” program, incorporating his passion for sports and politics.
Shiraz is also a student at L.A.U., where he is earning a Master’s Degree in International Affairs. His hobbies are playing sports and travelling.
A reporter in every sense of the word, Nazeli has been part of every facet of the media spectrum. As a writer, reporter, editor and graphic designer of several Armenian publications, namely Ararad, Zartonk and Tidag, she has been developing her skills in journalism for years.
Because of her experience in political reporting, she was chosen to co-anchor Future TV’s Armenian news program. Nazeli’s first official report was on the Armenian genocide. Currently, she is working on her degree in Journalism and is also a presenter of several educational and cultural programs on Radio Sevan.
Nazeli loves dancing, basketball and scouting.
Vera is a host on the "Shoghartsag" children’s program and an adolescent as well.
Despite a full workload between university and the show, Vera enjoys drawing, singing and swimming when she can find the time.