Victoria Vorontsova

Victoria Vorontsova
Head of Spanish Channel
Russia Today

Image of Victoria Vorontsova, Head of Spanish Channel, Russia TodayVictoria Vorontsova, 32, holds a degree in International Relations from the Moscow State Linguistic University. Also, under exchange programs, she attended classes at the Complutense University of Madrid (1997) and the University of Northern Iowa (1998).

Victoria speaks Spanish, English and German.

Her television career began in 2003 on Russian Channel One, where she worked as a world news editor.

Also, she worked two years as a news editor of RIA Novosti’s main news team.

In July 2009, Victoria was appointed head of news for RT’s Spanish-language channel.

Prior to that, she worked as a news editor at RT’s English-language channel.

Her broadcast of November 7, 2007, was later nominated for the TEFI Award as best news program.

As a producer, Victoria covered G8 summits twice, in 2007 and 2008 (Germany and Japan), the 2008 APEC summit in Peru and the 119th IOC session in Guatemala in 2007.

In 2010 Victoria became a member of Russian Acadamy of Television.

Prior to her television career, Victoria worked as a marketing and PR specialist for Audi and GM.

In her free time, Victoria enjoys traveling and professional-level photography.